Spring semester begins on January 25, and in response to COVID-19, the college will continue to offer classes in a variety of flexible formats that include on-site, online and hybrid courses (combination of onsite and online). These formats, established in Fall 2020, 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. Read more about spring semester plans here.
The college’s residential halls, which offer on-campus living options for students, will remain open in the spring. To address health and safety needs, the halls will be operating at reduced capacity.
Enrollment Centers at both Bethlehem and Monroe campuses are open to help prospective and returning students register for spring classes, get information about financial aid, accept payments and more. To view enrollment center hours and procedures, click here.
NCC continues to monitor the spread of COVID-19 and works closely with local and state health agencies. The college follows guidance issued by the Governor or PA Department of Education. View our health procedure updates before returning to campus
We're offering five course formats to fit your life, allowing you to select the best options for your schedule.
Virtual Enrollment Center
Prepare for Spring 2021. View appointment options to get enrolled at NCC.
Take the following mandatory Reentry Orientation before you return to NCC's campus.
On-campus Housing available for Spring 2021!
Housing is available on the Bethlehem campus for the Spring 2021 semester. Space is limited depending on availability. For more information, please visit