NCC Fall 2020 Plans
Northampton Community College has announced its plans to open for the fall semester, offering classes in a variety of flexible formats that include on-site, online and as hybrid courses (combination of onsite and online). These formats are designed to give students more control of their learning, while placing an emphasis on health and safety practices to prevent spread of COVID-19.
Some online courses will meet regularly at set scheduled times each week, while others are self-paced with weekly milestones, allowing students to access classes online whenever best suits their schedules. Important student services, such as tutoring, counseling, and other functions, will be offered both onsite and online this fall.
To better accommodate students’ ever-changing lives that continue to be impacted by the pandemic, the College will delay the start of its fall classes to Monday, Aug. 31, one week later than the previously scheduled Aug. 24 date.
With this change, NCC is also extending the deadline for fall semester tuition payments to Sept. 1 (from Aug. 4) to give students as much time as possible to access financial aid and coordinate payment. Read full article
NCC Course Formats
Northampton Community College offers course formats to fit your life, allowing you to select the best options for you.
Enrollment Centers now open
View the information below before visiting our enrollment centers or schedule a virtual appointment online.
Guidelines for Returning to Campus
View the official NCC COVID-19 Guidelines for Returning to Campus below:
Take the following mandatory Reentry Orientation before you return to NCC's campus.
Learning Online: what are the tech requirements?
If you’re considering taking online classes this fall and want to know what the technology requirement are, you can get the answers you need here.
On-campus Housing available for Fall 2020!
Expectations of Behavior (PDF): Housing & Residence Life has outlined additional expectations for resident students living on campus during the pandemic.
Pandemic Travel Protocol (PDF): All student moving on campus should review this document prior to moving in.
Housing is available on the Bethlehem campus for the Fall 2020 semester. Space is limited depending on availability. For more information, please visit
Northampton Community College will have computer labs on all three campuses open for current students, by appointment. Students are permitted to reserve a computer for up to 4 hours/day – one reservation per student per day.