NCC received a grant and plaque from the American Welding Society Foundation.
NCC Professor of Mathematics Named Vice President of the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges
Professor Dennis Ebersole begins his term on January 1.
Less than 40 years ago, only 5% of funeral directors in the U.S. were women. Now close to half are female. Hear from female alumni of NCC’s funeral service program and current facul...
On October 10, NCC’s Pride Club sponsored its second community fair featuring businesses and organizations that support the LGBTQ+ community and/or are LGBTQ+ owned.
Reporters from WFMZ and PBS39 visited Bethlehem Campus to interview our culinary students who are going to China and field ecology students who spoke about NCC being named an accredited a...
Auto Program Professor, Rick Meyers, explains the wealth of job opportunities for students in the auto programs offered through NCC and the exciting recruiting event that Mopar CAP studen...
NCC’s driver training programs helped in a special delivery.
The Philosophy Club set up a tent outside during the Peace and Justice Conference for students to discuss topics from the event.
NCC welcomes Thomas Jefferson Scholars from Tunisia.
Two Culinary Arts alumni were given a wide assortment of ingredients, including garlic sausage, a pecan sticky bun, ju ju’s from China, lychee candies, garlic and more, and bot...
This is the fourth year that NCC Athletics has taken home the Champions of Character Award.
Early childhood education majors attended the “Elevate Early Learning for Every Child,” a panel discussion with Pennsylvania Secretary of Education Pedro Rivera and Congresswo...
A Spartan soccer player broke the record for program career goals at a home game this season.
After a visit to India, President Mark Erickson and Director of NCC’s CIE Raja Bhattacharya in South India, the two administrators talked about their exploration of the potential fo...
Brooklyn-based spoken word hip-hop duo Climbing PoeTree were the keynote speakers at NCC’s tenth annual Peace and Justice Conference on October 1.
The funds support safety training for NCC’s Truck Driving Training Program.
Rocky Urich ’03 and Carlo Acerra ’15 of FireRock Productions won three 2019 Mid-Atlantic Regional Emmy® Awards on September 28.
Bethlehem Campus held its official grand opening of the new success navigator suite.
Our Funeral Services Education science pass rates are number one in the country!
“The job of a journalist is to put the most accurate information in front of the whole community and have the whole community at the table,” said Chris Satullo, at North...
Culinary students offered a farm-to-table tasting at the NCC Farmer's Market.
Social entrepreneurs from India came to NCC to discuss the ways they have helped change communities for the better.
Steve Follett gave business advice at 1 Million Cups event in September as the first Entrepreneur-in-Residence of the fall.
Former NBA player Chris Herren gave a harrowing, yet hopeful, talk at NCC about his arduous path to sobriety on September 12.
The Hispanic Caucus held their annual Flag Raising Ceremony in September.
Collegiate Empowerment brings the program, “1 Reason Why Not” to NCC on World Suicide Prevention Day.
Allentown Fair's Iron Chef Stage saw four alumni competing August 30-31 with one pulling out a win.
NCC welcomes an international student from the U.S. Department of State’s Global Undergraduate Exchange Program in Pakistan.
Active Minds is a new club centered around mental well-being for students to take part in this fall 2019 semester.