Registration for the Fall 2021 semester opens on Thursday, April 1, and you don’t need to wait for Spring grades to register.
Now is a great time to connect with your advisor to select your courses for Fall semester and build the perfect schedule. If you'd like to get ahead on your Fall course load, or catch up on a Spring course, register for NSCC's Summer Sessions. You can choose from 6-, 10- or 12-week classes. Keep up the great work! Remember, you can LiveChat us with questions during business hours! business
As part of an effort to identify and celebrate the contributions of Black Americans, we are going to be including a segment in the weekly wave that highlights those contributions. More info and highlights here at the Equality and Equity project.
Think About This...
Sarah Boone was an African American dressmaker who made her name by inventing the modern-day ironing board. In her patent application, she wrote that the purpose of her invention was "to produce a cheap, simple, convenient and highly effective device, particularly adapted to be used in ironing the sleeves and bodies of ladies' garments." With its approval in 1892, Boone became one of the first African American women to be awarded a patent.
Free farmers market-style distribution of food, fresh fruits and vegetables. Open to the entire college community. Due to the current COVID-19 health crisis, NSCC's mobile markets will look a little different this semester. The mobile market will only be offered on the Danvers Campus and will only be open to NSCC students, faculty and staff. Registration will be required for each monthly market. It will be curbside pick up and you will receive a time to pick up in your confirmation email.
Register here for the May 13th Mobile Market by Friday, May 7th at Noon! *Please note registration will be required for each monthly market. Be sure to sign up for the ones you would like to attend.