Due to inclement weather, NCC will close at 1PM today, Monday, February 8, 2016.
All classes and campus activities scheduled to run after 1PM are canceled.
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
The OFFICE OF ADULT LEARNING works with adult learners and students who have experienced interruptions in their educational pursuits. The staff strives to help students to create stronger futures by encouraging and supporting their academic, personal, financial and career success through individualized coaching, peer support, educational programs and integration into existing services that enhance their academic success while at NCC.
All student parents are welcomed to meet with our Achievement Coach to talk about personal, career and academic goals and strategies to be successful.
Personalized Coaching for Your Success
Students can meet with the financial coach to discuss their financial situation including but not limited to debt reduction, addressing poor credit, savings, income supports etc.
Student can meet with the achievement coach, similar to a life coach, to discuss their academic and personal goals. Including the barriers that interfere with their ability to succeed.
All students are welcome to attend FESP events to enhance their academic progress and financial literacy through our workshops and activities including, but not limited to, a once a semester student retreat which features workshops and community building. See our upcoming events for dates and programs coming up.
NCC has established a food pantry for NCC students to help alleviate food security as a barrier to degree attainment. Food insecurity has increasingly become an issue on college and university campuses (Hughes et. al., 2011), and hunger is now being viewed on campuses as “part of a lingering national problem that grew after the financial crisis that began in late 2007” (Sandoval, 2012). Understanding that education is the key to getting out of poverty and/or improving students’ prospects after graduation, the NCC Food Pantry seeks to address the barriers and challenges associated with food insecurity and hunger so that students can remain in school, and ultimately, earn their degrees.
Norwalk Community College recognizes there are many ways to learn, for example: self-study, on the job courses, military instruction, reading and/or travel. NCC wishes to award you credit, or advanced placement, for what you already know. The following identifies ways we are prepared to consider college credit for what you have already learned,
COMING SOON students will be able to explore and apply for the public benefits that can assist in reducing barriers to academic success. This includes access to food pantries to increase food security among students.
Plus 50 Career Coaching
Students are able to meet with a career coach to discuss issues related to retraining, reentering or exploring career opportunities at this exciting juncture in their life.