The College, in partnership with local high schools, offers dual or concurrent enrollment courses for Essex and Franklin County high school students. Juniors and seniors may register for courses that satisfy their high school graduation requirements while earning college credit which can be transferred to many colleges. Generally these courses satisfy SUNY General Education requirements. Business courses may also be available.
Please contact your high school guidance counselor for information about specific course offerings and participation guidelines.
The College’s Bridge program is overseen by the Assistant Dean for Grants & Funded Programs. For more information contact us.
#Repost @nyslabor (@get_repost) ・・・ "A rising tide floats all boats and we believe the #ExcelsiorScholarship is apart of that tide."- Commisioner Reardon leading today's Excelsior Scholarship Roundtable at @northcountrycc ! 📝📚📓 * * * #nylabor #ny #nylaborworks #northcountry #adirondacks #freetuition #northcountrycommunitycollege #suny #cuny #communitycollege ... See MoreSee Less
This is why our faculty are the best! Radiologic Technology Program Director, Becky LaDue, (seen here with the AAS: Radiologic Technology graduates in their commencement lineup) is just as excited for the class of 2017 as the graduates themselves! Sometimes you've got to dance it out! Great moves Becky! #NCCC #ClassOf2017 #WeBelieveInDance #DanceDaily ... See MoreSee Less
The NCCC College Activity Board and Student Government Association sponsored the Radiologic Technology student tour that was held at Historic Saranac Lake this morning. They had fun learning about the cure for tuberculosis and how the first radiology program started right here in Saranac Lake. ... See MoreSee Less