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Year Three Project Highlights

October 1, 2013 to September 30, 2014
Career Planning and Advising Center CPAC – Lawrence

CPAC Lawrence worked with 1286 not previously served unduplicated Hispanic students.
Implementation of Degree Works continued; at the end of the grant period 72.5% Hispanic students enrolled on the Lawrence campus had academic plans developed for them, an increase from 59.4% during the […]

Meet Your Senate

I originate from San Francisco de Macoris, Dominican Republic. I have lived in Haverhill as well as Methuen, but I currently reside in “the city of promise” Lawrence, Where I was raised. I am also a Greater Lawrence Tech graduate.

5 year Plan: My plans for the next five years begin with attaining an Associate in Business from NECC, then moving on to a four year institution to acquire a Bachelors.

Join us for Thanksgiving BINGO!

Students with a Valid Student ID can get 1 free BINGO Card! All others will be charged $1.00/card.
You could WIN:

A Turkey
Market Basket Gift Cards
Side Dishes
Much More!!

Monday, November 24th 3:00 to 5:00 pm
Dimitry Atrium Lawrence Campus

Wellness & Fitness Programs

All programs are designed and supervised by Rob Parker, MS. C.S.C.S.
Hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, and Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Iron Knight Motivation
Come workout over the course of the academic year and win prizes!

5 Visits = Ear buds
10 Visits = Pedometer
15 visits = Backpack
25 visits = Sweatshirt

A quick, high-intensity circuit […]

Counseling Services

is here for all students to discuss any issue or concern. The atmosphere at the Counseling Office is both welcoming and comfortable for all students. Every concern is regarded as important and is treated with respect. Services are confidential.

The primary goal of the counseling is to help students fully develop their emotional, intellectual, & social potential. All concerns are addressed with sensitivity to and respect for diversity and individuality.

Meet Your Student Clubs

Check back each month for two different featured clubs.
Contemporary Affairs Club
The goal of the Contemporary Affairs Club is to create an opportunity for students to discuss politics, government, international affairs. the club hosts guest speakers and sponsors field trips to local sites that are of political significance.
Community Outreach group
The goal of the Community Outreach group […]

What’s Happening in November

Find out about events happening this month on Campus
Contemporary Affairs Club will be holding a number of different discussions this month!

5th: Ferguson, Missouri: What Does It Say About Racism & the Police
12th: Forum on Net Neutrality
19th: Where is the Economy Going
26th: Poverty in America

Haverhill Campus, Room C113 Noon to 1:00 pm
Criminal Justice Club will be […]

White Fund Lecture Series

Richard Blanco
NECC has made a tremendous effort to expose its students, professors and staff to an array of talented and highly-respected poets and writers. Richard Blanco is a Cuban-American poet who is not afraid of putting his family and heritage as the anchor of his work. He was the first openly gay person and first […]

Year Two Project Highlights

October 1, 2012 to September 30, 2013
Career Planning and Advising Center CPAC – Lawrence

CPAC Lawrence; 3,883 unduplicated Hispanic students (889 new) were served during year 2 showing an increase of 110 Hispanic students over the first year of the grant.
Implementation of Degree Works continued; at the end of the grant period 59.4% Hispanic students enrolled […]

Year One Project Highlights

October 1, 2011 to September 30, 2012
Enhancement of Lawrence CPAC:

CPAC Lawrence increases counseling services; 1558 Hispanic students (335 new) were served in fall 2011 and 2069 Hispanic students (444 new) were served in spring 2012.
Implementation of Degree Works continued; at the end of the grant’s first year, 65.5% Hispanic students enrolled on the Lawrence campus […]