Transferring in to NECC
Transfer in to NECC from any Institution!
Transferring in? We make it easy!
Have you tried another college but had trouble making it work, whether socially, financially, or academically? Then come to Northern Essex Community College! We have over 60 programs, great academic support services, and a rich student life. Our smaller class sizes and dedicated faculty make this college a great choice for you. Close to one-third of our students who enrolled at Northern Essex in the fall of 2018 had credits from another college on their transcripts and found success here. We welcome you to join them and get your education back on track!
All you have to do to attend Northern Essex is:
- Request that your former college, an accredited college or university, send an official college transcript for a credit evaluation to NECC’s office of admissions, either through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to:
- Once your transcript has been received, you can meet with an academic advisor to learn what credits will transfer and register for your classes – no appointment is necessary!
NECC Office of Admissions
Northern Essex Community College
100 Elliott Street
Haverhill, MA 01830
While credits that transfer vary by program and your advisor will let you know which of your course credits transfer, credit may be awarded for college level courses with a grade of “C” or better. A minimum of 24 credit hours of course work must be completed at NECC in order to qualify for an associate degree and a minimum of 12 credits must be completed at NECC to qualify for a certificate.
Walk-in Hours and Locations:
Monday and Thursday, 9 am – 4:30 pm
Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 am – 6:30 pm
Friday 12 pm – 4:30 pm
Behrakis One-Stop Student Center
100 Elliott Street
Career Planning and Academic Advising
414 Common Street
We appreciate your interest in Northern Essex Community College and look forward to hearing from you!
Northern Essex has given me the direction I needed – and so much more. I’m essentially getting the same quality of education that I would get a four-year school, but for a much lower price!”
Kiley Broadhurst, Liberal Arts: Journalism and Communication, Transferred in to NECC