Northwestern Connecticut Community College is a vibrant, active campus with a wide range of clubs and activities. There is something for everyone here at NCCC! Whether you’re interested in student government, health and fitness, community service, academic clubs or even if you have an idea for a new campus activity or club, NCCC students have the chance to take part in them all if they want!

Northwestern Connecticut Community College’s Activities Office is home to NCCC’s student government, the Student Senate. The office is located in Green Woods Hall, Room 110 and creates the Campus Voice newsletter and the Campus Calendar. Any and all submissions for both the Campus Voice and the Campus Calendar are welcomed through this office. NCCC’s Activities Office is also active in supporting a variety of clubs and organizations on campus, as well as helps students form new clubs.

Upcoming Spring 2018 Campus Events:

Greenwoods Hall Lounge Parties- 12 Noon Every Thursday from March 22 to May 3.

Student Art Fest- April 5th 11:30am to 1:30pm -ASB Atrium

Free Movie Night- Star Wars: The Last Jedi- April 6th Founders Hall Auditorium

Student Senate Elections- April 9 through 13th at 12 Noon. Founders Hall Main Floor.

Women’s Equal Pay Day Bake Sale Fundraiser: April 10th

Annual Mad River Literary Festival- April 10 and 11

Masquerade Dance Party- April 13th 6pm to 10pm -ASB Atrium

Campus Safety Forum for Students: April 17th – 12pm Draper Conference Center

Comic Con- April 19th4pm to 8pm- GW Gym & Founders Hall Auditorium

Talent Show: April 20-LBGTQIA+ – Founders Hall Auditorium

NY Bus Trip- April 21- Leaving from GW Hall

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Volunteer Opportunities and Community Service

Integrating academic achievement with community involvement is a priority at NCCC. Not only does it help NCCC neighbors in need, it also helps students achieve their personal and career goals. Mainly because if you’re thinking about transferring to a four-year college or university after your time at NCCC, those schools often look for community service on transfer applications. Many large corporations also look for community service work on job applications. There are many opportunities at NCCC to get involved and make a difference!

For more information on NCCC’s Activities Office, please call the office at 860.738.6344 or 860.738.6343 or email at awetmore@nwcc.edu.

Campus Voice

Find the latest edition of the campus voice: April 2018 Campus Voice.

Campus Clubs

To learn more about campus clubs click HERE.

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