July 9, 2020
NOCE Latest Updates
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Welcome to the 2020 Summer Term: It's Not Too Late To Register

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic health emergency and continued social distancing restrictions, NOCE will offer summer classes in an online format. The health and safety of our employees and students are of the highest importance.

We have a full schedule of classes in all program areas, and it isn't too late to register! To view the list of online classes, visit: www.noce.edu/schedule . Enroll in a new class today:
  • Registration is still open
  • Technical support is available
  • Counseling and DSS support available

For questions about classes or how to register, contact: starhelp@noce.edu or call 714.808.4679.
Student Leadership Program
Apply Today to be an NOCE Student Leader

The NOCE Student Leadership Program is designed to develop leaders to be actively involved in their school to better serve students. Student leaders will:
  • Gain valuable experience serving on a school committee or workgroup
  • Be coached and guided by a mentor
  • Earn a certificate upon completion of the student leadership assignment
  • Participate in conferences, meetings, events, and workshops
  • Have access to a network of school faculty, staff, and administrators 
The application submission period is open now until September 18, 2020.
Tips for Staying Healthy
Cloth Facial Coverings
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is sharing valuable resources about how to stop the spread of coronavirus. To read about the importance of wearing facial coverings, see the CDC flier here>
Stop the Spread of Germs
Together we can stop the spread of the coronavirus and protect one another. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) shared resources for how to slow the spread. For guidance and tips, see the CDC flier here>
Congratulations to the Class of 2020
Congrats Class of 2020!

Congratulations to the NOCE Class of 2020! We are pleased to share with you our CONGRATULATIONS video! NOCE faculty and staff are so proud of you! 

Make sure to tag us online at   #NOCEGrad2020 . We would love to see photos of your at-home celebrations.
Supreme Court DACA Ruling
Recently, the US Supreme Court made a historic decision to uphold the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that provides a path to citizenship and many benefits to undocumented students. DACA created a culture of openness and acceptance, bringing undocumented residents, who came to the U.S. as children, hope for continuing their education and entering a career of their dreams.
 
While this is an undeniable victory for DACA recipients, much work remains to be done to ensure the permanency of the DACA program. Following are some resources for more information and assistance: 

For more information and resources, contact Hilda Rivera, Grads to Be Program Manager, at hrivera@noce.edu.
Dream Your Future Webinar Series
NOCE students are invited to view any or all of the three sessions offered as part of the 2020 Dream Your Future webinar series. The purpose of the webinars are to encourage students and provide practical tips and guidance on transitioning to college. Students will need to click on the session title below to register; the link will then be sent to them via email. Topics include:

  • Session 1 - Community College is Within Your Reach
  • Session 2 - The Savvy Way to Choose a College Major and Career
  • Session 3 - Thrive in College:Financial Aid and More to Help You Succeed

Each recorded session lasts approximately one hour. If you have any questions, call NOCE Counseling at 714.808.4582.
NOCE Academic Calendar
NOCE Changes Calendar: Trimester to Semester

Did you know NOCE is going from a trimester to a semester system starting in the fall? The fall semester will start almost a month earlier. Review the academic calendar below for details on fall registration and fall semester start date.  For more information,   see the trimester to semester flier here>
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The North Orange County Community College District's (NOCCCD) North Orange Continuing Education (NOCE) Administrative Offices are located at 1830 W. Romneya Drive in Anaheim, California 92801. For more information, call 714.808.4645 or visit www.noce.edu. It is the policy of NOCCCD to provide an educational, employment, and business environment in which no person shall be unlawfully subjected to discrimination or sexual harassment, nor unlawfully denied full and equal access to the benefits of District programs or activities on the basis of ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, gender, race, color, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status or physical or mental disability as defined and prohibited by state and federal statutes. The District is also committed to maintaining campuses that are free of harassment, drugs and alcohol. To read the entire NOCCCD nondiscrimination statement, see the policy in the General Information section in the back of the NOCE class schedule.

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