Northampton Community College will be fully open this fall, offering a mix of programs and courses delivered on campus and online much like it did during pre-pandemic semesters. While most classes in the fall will be held live on campuses, the college will continue to offer online and blended learning options that have become the staple of instruction since spring of 2020 when the pandemic began.
While social distancing requirements have been lifted in all college facilities, given increases in COVID-19 cases in the counties we serve, individuals are required to wear face masks indoors at all NCC buildings.
This applies to all students, faculty, staff and visitors regardless of their vaccination status including those living in NCC residence halls. In spaces with four walls and a door that may be closed, including private offices and/or study spaces, a person may remove their mask.
Unvaccinated individuals must also continue to complete the Health Check in the NCC mobile app. Vaccine clinics are offered periodically, check NCC’s events calendar for the most up-to-date information. For more information, view our Vaccine FAQ.
Visiting Campus? Prospective students and other individuals who want to visit the Bethlehem and Monroe campuses or the Fowler Center should check in at welcome tables at the Enrollment Center or College Center in Bethlehem,in Keystone Hall in Monroe and at the reception desk in the main lobby at the Fowler Center. If you are unvaccinated, you will be asked to wear a properly fitting mask while on campus and masks will be available at the welcome tables/reception desk.
View all of NCC's COVID-19 resources below: