Today's Events


NCC Best Practices for Away Messages During Covid-19: Green Phase

  • July 1, 2020

If you changed your email or phone away message in March, now is the time to change it back!Please read this best practices guide when crafting your messaging. It is essential at this time that all our communications are aligned to avoid ...

Get the latest NCC COVID Updates & Resources

  • June 8, 2020 , 8:00 a.m.

NCC begins the process to slowly reopen today, Monday, June 8, with a limited group of about 120 essential employees returning to campus. However, the campus remains closed to the majority of employees. Unless you have heard otherwise from your manager, you should ...

CTLT Think & Drink (The Second Round!)

  • July 2, 2020 , 7:30 PM

Are you wondering if everyone else is reading as many articles and watching as many Blackboard how-to videos as you? Does looking forward to the Fall semester seem like reason enough to raid the liquor cabinet? If you answered yes to one, both, or neither ...


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Responding to Racism: A Discussion Together

BLOG POSTDear Colleagues: President Erickson's earlier note to faculty and staff regarding the death of George Floyd, and the events that have followed, struck a chord with so many in our community. Events of the last week out of Minnesota, and...

Helpful Advising/Registration Videos

One of our Success Navigators, Tina Recchiuti, has created these helpful videos. We hope you find them useful, and please feel free to share with students and others. The topics:MyNCC: Interpreting the Course ScheduleMyNCC: Searching & Add...

Nominate your online students!

In an effort to help acknowledge the hard work and accomplishments of our online students, we are asking online faculty to consider nominating one (or more) of their online students to be recognized as an upcoming “online students of the month”. View...

Patrick Kraus Awards

Despite the challenges we are all facing, the Annual Patrick J. Kraus Freshman Drawing Competition took place as it has for the past 30 years. The six drawings that are attached are the winners in this year's competition selected by the members of the Art Progra...

Pet-of-the-Week - Meet Jett Black

  • July 13, 2020

With Jett Black no treat is safe!Your name:

Pet-of-the-Week - Meet Margo Lane

  • July 6, 2020

Margo Lane has an interesting habit!Y...

NCC Headlines


  • By: By Luis Vazquez, Associate Creative Director

Emoji have taken over our visual language in personal communications and social media as a way to express emotion while using fewer words. 

I scream, you scream . . .

  • By: Katie Horan, Hampton Winds Pastry Chef

Celebrate National Ice Cream Day on July 19 with some history of this frozen confection and a delicious recipe by Hampton Winds Pastry Chef Katie Horan!

NCC Enrollment Centers Open Now

  • July 8, 2020

NCC Enrollment Centers are now open on Monroe and Bethlehem Campus for students to register for fall classes, get information on financial aid, and more. Students can still make virtual appointments.

NCC Announces Fall Semester Plans

  • July 1, 2020

NCC has announced its plans to open for the fall semester on Aug. 24, offering classes in a variety of flexible formats that include on-site, online and hybrid courses.

2020 Communication Design Capstone

  • By: Mia Rossi

Twenty-one students show off their design work at a virtual portfolio review this year.

8 Simple Steps for Online Course Success

  • By: Christina Salvadore, assistant dean of online learning student support

Christina Salvadore, assistant dean of online learning student support, shares some simple tips to help students master their online classes!

NCC Earns High Ranking

  • By: Mia Rossi

NCC was voted one of the best online associate degrees for the College’s special education paraeducator program.

Shout Outs

Our Students Speak: Students Talk About Mental Health Amid COVID-19

  • June 4, 2020 , 7:00 p.m.

A big shout-out to NCC Monroe student Victoria Barrios, Applied Psychology Major,who will be representing Northampton Community College and participating in a virtual live panel discussion and student talk on Mental Health amid Covid-19.Victoria will be joined by o...

American Red Cross Disaster Team

Beth Ritter-Guth has been accepted as a volunteer for the American Red Cross Disaster Team. While her service is centered on serving Carbon County, she will be undergo formal training to respond to all national disasters. She hopes to hone her skills in wildernes...

Digital Hope Quilt

Hi all,I just wanted to share with you a cool project I did with all of my philosophy students.I asked them all to choose one word they would like to say to the world right now, to then take a picture of something that somehow represents that word to...

Congratulations to Eileen Brumitt

  • March 5, 2020

Please join me in congratulating Eileen Brumitt who has accepted the position of Director of the Learning Center, with her permanent appointment starting on July 1, 2020. The Director provides leadership and day to day supervision for the Bethlehem and Monroe cam...

Professor publishes new novel

Shout out to English Professor Michael Pogach, whose novel The Tyrant Gods was published in February. The Tyrant Gods is the 3rd novel in Pogach's dystopian Rafael Ward series, which presents a Farenheit 451-esque view of a future where historians don't destroy anc...