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 Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. For more information contact us at email@example.com.
More than 100 standout students have made the Fall 2017 President's List (GPA 3.5-4.0), with another 80 on the Vice President's List (3.25-3.49). Congratulations to these hard-working students. See who made it: bit.ly/2CXtQBz... See MoreSee Less
NCCC is offering American Red Cross swimming lessons for kids. The goal of the program is to teach children how to swim and to be safe in and around the water. Classes start soon! More info: bit.ly/2CW9ZTl... See MoreSee Less
NCCC is excited to partner with Paul Smith's College for an alumni reception at the Hotel Saranac on Feb. 10. Explore the newly renovated hotel and then stick around that afternoon for the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Gala Parade. Save the date! The event is part of NCCC's ongoing 50th anniversary celebration. We hope you can join us. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to the nearly 40 students who graduated from NCCC in December! Whether you are continuing your education or moving into a career, the college wishes you continued success. A complete list of graduates is posted here: www.nccc.edu/news-events/... See MoreSee Less