Students at NCC have been most enthusiastic in organizing their own activities guided by faculty advisors.
Student activities are similar to those found at other Community Colleges and are based upon student interest.
These may include baseball, community service, golf, outing club, skiing, gaming, and of course, student government, to name a few.
The Student Senate is responsible for promoting student interest and coordinating student events. They recommend the establishment of clubs and activities, promote and enforce high standards for personal conduct and assist in the allocation and disbursement of student activity funds which support extra-curricular activities. They are responsible for maintaining mutual understanding among administration, faculty, and student body. The Student Senate also provides education and training for student leaders. For further information please contact: Amy Vazifdar at 603-578-8934.
NCC Planned Annual Activities
- Club Fair: Every September and February
- Annual Halloween Party and Costume Contest!
- Service Trips! Orlando, Dominican Republic, Houston, Tx
- Annual Trips to Boston, Nyc & Dc!
- Leadership Conference and Training
- Multiple Local Service Opportunities
- Ski Trips: Last Year- Colorado!
|NOTE: All student clubs and organizations are open to all NCC students registered for 1 or more credits. Students participating in intramural athletics or many off-campus programs must show proof of Health Insurance Coverage.
The intent of this club is to promote awareness of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender persons, and to promote tolerance and acceptance of the LGBTQ community. The Gay Straight Alliance will also serve as a resource for persons questioning their sexuality and/or gender identity. For more information, please contact Tina Forbes atÌý[email protected]. Please note the availability ofÌýÌýfor LGBTQ+ students.
The IEEE Club will bring together students interested in the field of Computer Science together for the purpose of supporting their professional and educational development in that field. We will strive for every student to join the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering) and to explore professional opportunities afforded by our NH chapter of IEEE. Contact Betsy Gamrat atÌý[email protected]
The Multicultural Club offers cultural experiences for students interested in expanding their knowledge of world languages and cultures. The Club attempts to bridge the cultural gap that often occurs between cultures and to prepare students to work in an increasingly global, multi-cultural economy. Specifically, the Club provides student-directed activities centered on culture and language. For more information, contact Elizabeth Berry atÌý[email protected]
The purpose of the club is to allow members to gain exposure to the field of law while conveying important practical activities throughout the community and acquiring information for working in the paralegal profession. Activities include field trips, guest speakers, and various activities throughout the community. For more information contact Suellen Seabury atÌý[email protected]
Phi Theta Kappa is an International Honor Society for two-year institutions. In order to be eligible for membership, individuals must have at least a 3.50 GPA (and maintain a 3.25 thereafter) towards a degree program. Members of the society can choose to participate in numerous community service projects over the year as well as apply for numerous scholarships made available to members. For more information contact Prof. Stephanie Roper at [email protected]
The Precision Manufacturing Clubâ€™s purpose is to allow Ïã¸ÛÁùºÏ²ÊÍøÕ¾ students access to the machine tool lab for personal and community service projects. The ultimate goal is to allow students to pursue and refine machining skills in the areas that interest them the most. The club will allow students to augment the training they receive and give them an advantage after leaving school. For more information, please contact Professor Mark Dodge atÌý[email protected].
Rotaract provides an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations among all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service. For more information contact Bob Bragdon atÌý[email protected].
This club is used as a means of ongoing communication and interaction between nursing students, to encourage involvement within the NCC campus, and to organize self-directed and/or community service projects. For more information contact Lisa Gray atÌý[email protected]
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