Take control of your education, meet with the NCC Student Services Offices and discover
all the opportunities Nassau Community College has to offer for prospective freshman
and transfer students. Februrary 24, 6:30pm
NCC Students: Virtual Introduction to Blackboard classes will take place on Saturday, January 23 at 9:00 a.m. and Monday, January 25 at 12:00 p.m. Please refer to the graphic for additional information or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
NCC Students: Join the Nassau Community College award-winning Speech, Debate & Theatre team and gain valuable professional and personal communications skills! The virtual Spring Info Session is on Tuesday, January 26th @ 11:30am. For information email team coordinator email@example.com.
The Nest is also looking for volunteers and donations, including new-with-tags-on clothing items! For more information visit nestncc.weebly.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your support!
NCC Students: Welcome to the Spring 2021 Semester! Just a reminder the Student Services Center is open for limited in-person services Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. The departments in the SSC also have remote hours Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. and can be reached via email or phone. See ncc.edu/ssc for additional information. To review the mandatory safety guidelines that MUST be followed in order to receive in-person services visit the website www.ncc.edu/ssc/inperson.shtml.
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MLK Reclaiming the Dream Please join us TODAY at 11:00 a.m. as NCC's Chief Diversity Officer Dr. Craig Wright moderates an expert panel on how we can advance civility, racial equity and justice. For more information contact AAO@ncc.edu.
An inspiration to all generations and races! Keep the dream alive!
Spring 2021 classes begin this Tuesday the 19th but there's still time to take control of your future! We have extended the 2021 Admissions Application Deadline to January 19th online and January 21 in person. Accelerate your education and apply or register today! For more information go to ncc.edu/spring.
Professor Cheryl McBride, Art Department I have been a professor in the Nassau Community College Art Department for 17 years, teaching graphic design. I consider myself to be a graphic designer and an "artivist," someone who combines art and activism. In the last five years, I believe, I have truly found my artivist voice. I'm very excited that I'm currently about to exhibit six pieces at the Patchogue Arts Council Museum of Contemporary Art in Patchogue (www.instagram.com/p/CKAAu1spbZs/). The exhibit runs from January 16th through February 27th. My fondest memories at NCC occur when I'm doing advisement with students about their classes. I'm privileged to hear their dreams and ambitions and help guide them to achieving their goals. At Nassau it's wonderful to watch students from different backgrounds become friends. It's part of what makes the College so special!
Congratulations! Do you have any pics of your work in the exhibition?
Cheryl is an amazing woman all around! Always was a pleasure working with her!
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I am so proud to be part of the Art Department! 💕
MLK Reclaiming the Dream Please join us this MONDAY, January 18th at 11:00 a.m. as NCC's Chief Diversity Officer Dr. Craig Wright moderates an expert panel on how we can advance civility, racial equity and justice. For more information contact AAO@ncc.edu.
Congratulations to NCC President Dr. Jermaine F. Williams for his selection in Long Island Business News’ "Power 25 in Education”. A much deserved honor! Additional congratulations to all of the honorees and thank you for all you do to advance higher education.