At Nassau Community College, we are focused on creating an educational home for our students that embodies a comprehensive college experience.
Whether you are taking classes to earn an associate’s degree, returning to college after a long absence, or need credits to transfer to a four-year university, our goal is to create a one-on-one connection with you and to provide continued support.
Best of all – Nassau is affordable. Our tuition has not increased for the fourth year in a row, and many of our students receive some form of scholarships, grants and financial aid.
We truly are a community at Nassau, all committed to guiding you on your path to success.
Brooklyn’s Shamar Riley ’25, offensive linesman for the Nassau Lions, is pursuing an A.A. in Liberal Arts.
Career changer Elizabeth Stemmler ’23, winner of the SUNY Student Chancellor Award, landed a full-time job as surgical technologist at Mount Sinai South after graduating with an A.A.S. from Nassau’s radiologic technology program.
Bethpage accounting major Matthew Mandolese ’23 interned at two tax firms, was inducted into THE Alpha Beta Gamma honor society, and published his articles in the NCC Journal of Business.
Fluent in Spanish, Emeli Galvez is a language tutor at NCC and assistant property manager at Landmark Realtors, pursuing an A.A. in Liberal Arts with a major in Education.
A native of Sicily, Italy, Sophia Costanzo ’22 enrolled in English as a New Language courses at NCC and earned an A.A. in Liberal Arts. She is studying at Stony Brook University for a bachelor’s/master’s degree in foreign languages.
Stephen E. Wiesenhahn
Farmingdale’s Stephen E. Wiesenhahn ’23 was elected Vice President of the Student Government Association, earned an A.A. degree, and is headed to Baruch College to study data science.
Across the world, graduates of liberal arts colleges are recognized as exceptionally well-prepared individuals with a unique blend of knowledge and skills to succeed.
Liberal Arts is not just a single subject but an interdisciplinary approach to education where you can select courses from a broad range of employable areas, including English, political science, mathematics, history, communications, business, theater, art, information technology, and much more.
A liberal arts education is now more important than ever, as it builds competencies that employers seek: critical and creative thinking, written and oral communication, intercultural knowledge and competence, and the ability to adapt swiftly to new situations.
More than 5,000 students are currently enrolled in associate of Arts and Associate of Science degree programs at Nassau Community College of the State University of New York. A Liberal Arts Education will help you achieve your personal and professional goals.