Consider Your Educational Options: Nashua Community College is Online And On-Campus This Fall

At Nashua Community College, work toward your college and career goals through degree, certificate, and workforce development programs. This fall, NCC is offering safe on-campus instruction and convenient online learning. Fall term begins August 31.

NCC also has the lowest tuition rates in the region, and a 20:1 faculty-to-student ratio. Get an inside look at the college with the 3-minute tour of campus below.

Degree Seekers

Students can choose a career or transfer pathway to a bachelor’s degree and beyond. NCC credits are highly transferable, and grads have transferred to more than 500 colleges and universities around the country.

For more information or to pick out a class, please contact the Admissions Office at 603.578.8908, or the Registrar at 603.578.8904.

Job Seekers

NCC’s workforce development programs have remote and on-campus instruction. Microelectronics Boot Camp returned to campus in June. The 10-week intensive career training program prepares students for entry-level microelectronics assembly and inspection, and has a hiring rate for grads of about 95 percent. Contact Jon Mason at 603.717.1490, or [email protected]

Through Microsoft Certification and Training at NCC, students can earn Industry Recognized Credentials for high-demand Microsoft programs like Excel and Word. Each program takes about 20 hours to complete, and programs are WIOA eligible. Online training is self-paced and supported by an experienced instructor.

NCC also has the only Authorized Certiport Testing Center in Greater Nashua. “Exams from Home” delivery is available for any Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) or Microsoft Technical Associate (MTA) exam. For more information or to purchase your test voucher from NCC, contact Kimberly Eckenrode at 603.578.8979, or [email protected]

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