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.
We are continuing our popular Dog of the Week series. Meet this week's precious pup!
Two culinary majors will represent the United States in a culinary competition in China this October.
New and returning students enjoyed Rocking the Block to learn more about how to get involved in the fun happening on campus.
NCC announced it has received a 2019 Green Power Leadership Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), one of only seven organizations nationwide.
New and returning students came out to a fun-filled Quadfest to learn about clubs, organizations on and off campus and more!
Amanda Maisto will play a crucial role in producing the Writing Wrongs book this year centered around the LGBTQ+ community.
Alumni of NCC's hospitality program now serve in leadership positions with Levy, a major hospitality company whose nationwide clients include ArtsQuest, in Bethlehem.
“Polvo,” the latest novel by English Professor Javier Avila, is a fast-paced thriller depicting the life of a man who moves between two worlds.
Students came to the FabLab during a musical time in the Valley to build their own guitars in one week.
Dave Meyers ’14 is conjuring office buildings and hip new restaurants as he helps rebrand today’s downtown Allentown as art director for Center City Allentown.
Northampton Community College(NCC) is pleased to welcome 14 international exchange students to contribute to the vibrant campus community during the 2019-2020 academic year as part of the...
A battle with cancer inspired Catherine Onofrey ’18 to go to college and and pursue a job in the medical field because of her love for customer service and helping people.
John Pequeno ’02 learned early the lessons of labor and sacrifice – and they made him the successful innovator he is today.
Anne-Marie Serfass ’01 delivers health care to women in need behind the wheel of a 36,000 pound mobile mammography unit.
Fourteen students graduate from NCC’s Medical Secretary Program
Six culinary students turn Stuffed Puffs marshmallows into haute cuisine at a scholarship cooking competition at Factory.
The Annual Diagnostic Medical Sonography Pinning Ceremony was held in Lipkin Theatre on Bethlehem Campus.
Northampton Community College (NCC) has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant in the amount of $299,336 to implement “Building a Culturally Responsive Degree Program in I...
NCC creates a video that dispels the stereotypes about community colleges and Northampton in particular.
After years of battling the effects of a debilitating brain injury, Tracy Yatsko ’15 is now thriving as a successful talk show host and television producer at PBS30.
Jose Ruiz, a secondary education major, and the father of six and grandfather of 15, is about to achieve his life long dream of becoming a teacher.
The Precision Machining Program at NCC gives students the chance to acquire new skills and enter a new career track.
Achieving the Dream, in partnership with NCC and other community colleges, is highlighting phenomenal success stories from women studying at these institutions.