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99 Academic Programs
Nash Community College offers 99 different Academic Programs for you to choose from. Browse our programs and find your future today!
50 Years of Service
Nash Community College has been serving Nash County since 1967. The College's convenient location also attracts students from the surrounding counties of Edgecombe, Franklin, Wake, Wilson, and Halifax.
726 Program Graduates in 2015
In 2015, Nash Community College had 726 graduates from a variety of programs and a total of approximately 11,000 students in curriculum and continuing education programs combined.
153 Scholarships Available
More than 100 scholarships are available through the Nash Community College Foundation as well as a variety of financial aid programs. NCC makes every effort to provide financial assistance to students where need exists.

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  • NCC Study Abroad Peru:

    Information Sessions

    Information sessions will be held Wednesday, January 25 at 11:00 am, Building D, Room 4102 and Tuesday, January 31 at 3:00 pm, Building D, Room 4214 for anyone interested in Nash Community College’s study abroad program to Peru in May 2018. This amazing…

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Featured News

Law Enforcement Class Graduates

January 19, 2017

Cadets from Nash Community College’s 47th Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) academy were recognized for completion on Thursday, January 5, 2016. The training program includes physical and classroom…

NCC Recognized at White House Event

January 17, 2017

First Lady Michelle Obama joins representatives from Healthy Campus Challenge winning schools, including NCC representatives, for a group photo during the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Healthy Campus Challenger…

NCC Enters New Industrial Partnership

January 13, 2017

New Standard Corporation Plant Manager Michael Tormenti (left) and Manufacturing Engineer Caleb Hurlebaus (right) explain a Computer Numerical Control Machining process to NCC President Dr. Bill Carver…