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Nash Community College will be closed for the holidays and conservation week December 18 - January 1. The College will re-open January 2.
The Student Wellness Center with clinical outreach counseling is one way NCC connects students with qualified professionals and community resources who can offer support.
The purpose of the Nash Community College Student Wellness Center is to empower the whole student with personal, social, and community resources for self-development and personal enrichment, thereby enhancing academic success and retention through improved student wellness.
Victim’s Advocacy provides information about the criminal justice process and victim rights, referrals to other victim service programs, and assistance with victim compensation benefits and filing claims.
TYPES OF VICTIMIZATIONS
EMOTIONAL SUPPORT OR SAFETY SERVICES
CRIMINAL/CIVIL JUSTICE SYSTEM ASSISTANCE
For more information contact Tremaine Palmer at (252) 451-8279 or email@example.com.
NCC’s Single Stop office provides services and resources to help students address barriers. NCC provides these services at no charge in collaboration with both internal and external partners.
Need help affording groceries, child care, and rent? Get free, confidential one-on-one advice and help! Determine your eligibility for public assistance!
Complete the NCC Single Stop Screener Access Form to begin the screening process.
You may reach the North Carolina Problem Gambling Hotline at morethanagamenc.com or by phoning 1.877.718.5543.
The purpose of the MALE program is to provide non-traditional and traditional opportunities to help males who are enrolled in curriculum programs at Nash Community College to be successful.
It’s vision is to see each of the MALE student graduate and/or transfer to a four-year university and gain successful employment.
To be eligible to participate in the MALE program you must:
How to enroll: