Nashua Community College is a hub for students of all ages to find career and degree pathways, while taking classes for the lowest tuition rate in the region. NCC graduates are engineers, chefs, social workers, nurses, tech professionals, business owners, teachers, and master technicians.
After two years, including a paid internship, Honda PACT graduates earn an associate in science degree and move on to lucrative careers with local dealers.
NCC facilitates pathways that begin in high school and end with a bachelor’s, master’s, medical, or law degree at top institutions. Starting in high school, students can earn highly transferable college credit through Running Start and Early College courses. After high school, NCC students can earn the first two-years of a four-year degree at a major discount, then transfer credits to hundreds of colleges and universities around the country.
NCC is also a welcoming environment for continuing education students, including working professionals, parents, and veterans. Flexible scheduling, weekend and online classes, and a diverse student body help adult learners feel at home.
The Microsoft Imagine Academy at NCC hosts online and on campus training in Microsoft applications like Excel and Word, and serves as an official testing center.
Working professionals get ahead or change careers through certificates, degrees, and workforce development at NCC. For instance, the Microelectronics Boot Camp maintains a hiring rate for graduates over 90 percent.
Find your pathway with more than 50 degree and certificate programs, and dozens of online and on-campus career training options. NCC advising staff are here to guide you along the way.
The second 8-week fall term begins Monday, October 21; there’s still time this year to see what NCC has for you!
Choose the schedule that works best for you with day, evening, online or Saturday courses. Non-New Hampshire residents are eligible to take online, evening, and Saturday classes for in-state tuition rates. Anyone living within 50 miles of campus is also eligible for in-state tuition.