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Becoming a Student is EASY!
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Meet with an Enrollment Services Counselor and complete an application at one of our weekly information sessions which are held on Tuesday evenings at the One-Stop Student Service Center on the Haverhill Campus, or at our Lawrence Campus on Thursday evenings. Tours of both campuses are available to prospective students and their families. Contact Enrollment Services today to sign up for any of these events.
There is no application fee. Submit a copy of your official final high school transcript, diploma, or GED. Submit official college transcript(s) if you plan to transfer credit to NECC.
If you are interested in applying for an iHealth program , complete an NECC Admission Application. For more information, please send an email to email@example.com. We are very excited to share iHealth information with you!
Financial Assistance is available to help you finance your education. Your first step in the Financial Aid process is to apply for a PIN at www.pin.ed.gov. Your second step is to complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. When completing the FAFSA online, be sure to list Northern Essex Community College in the “schools information section.” NECC’s code is 002174. Once NECC has received your FAFSA, you will be notified of any additional requirements.
All students must take the Academic Placement Assessment which measures your reading, writing, and math skills. Students with prior college credits or SAT scores may be eligible for a partial or full waiver of the assessment. For more information regarding the the placement test, or time and dates it is given, visit Assessment. If you require testing accommodations or access services, students with documented disabilities are encouraged to call 978-556-3654. Students who are deaf and hard of hearing should call 978-241-7045 (Vp/voice).
No appointment is necessary to register for classes. Drop by the One-Stop Student Services Center in Haverhill or Career Planning and Advising in Lawrence and meet with an academic advisor to develop an Academic Plan before registering for courses to ensure your experience at NECC is as successful as possible. An up-to-date list of available classes can be found on the Credit Course Schedule.
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