This site is best viewed in Firefox, Chrome, Safari, or EdgeX
Vegetables at the farmers market, tomatoes, onions, carrots, lettuce.

Farmer's Market

Free Drive-Thru Farmer’s Market

All NECC students, faculty and staff are welcome. Get up to 25 pounds of free fresh fruits and vegetables. Registration is required for each Mobile Farmer’s Market. MORE learn about the farmers market

Female graduate wearing cap and gown.

Class of 2020

Congratulations Graduates!

View the class of 2020 virtual commencement ceremony. MORE about virtual commencement

An NECC current student using Navigate on his phone outside.


Simplify Your College Experience with Navigate!

Access Navigate from your computer at home or from your mobile device by downloading the app. MORE about Navigate

Haverhill Campus Technology Center in Spring.

NECC Alert

Sign Up for NECC Alert

Sign up for NECC Alert to make sure you receive important college-closing text messages due to weather and other emergency events. MORE about the NECC Alert

The Knights’ Pledge

As we gear up for the fall, we want to do everything we can to ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff. The Knights’ Pledge is NECC’s student wellness pledge. To support our return to campus efforts, we are asking all NECC students to participate, and agree to the terms of the wellness pledge.

Learn More

Fall Registration Time

Plan Your Schedule

Check out the Course Search Tool and filter by core intensive, elective type, and more!
Search Courses

Talk to Your Advisor/ Register for Classes

Set up an appointment with your advisor to make sure you're registering for the right classes. Then register for fall classes.
Find Your Advisor

Apply for Financial Aid

Financial Aid can make earning your college degree a reality. There are many types of aid you can receive, and it can help pay for tuition and fees, books, and other personal costs.
Apply for Aid

Classes with Free Textbooks

Are you frustrated by the high costs of textbooks? Now you can choose from forty NECC courses that don’t use traditional textbooks, but instead use free Open Educational Resources (OER).
Free Text Book Classes

Get Ready for the Semester

Laptops for Remote Learning

Beginning with the Fall 2020 semester, all students are required to have a laptop or personal computer (PC) that meets the technological requirements for remote learning. Support is available for covering this expense.
Laptop Requirement Information

Research Resources

Writing a research paper? The NECC libraries provide curriculum based research resources for every program the College offers, and also Citation help tool.
Explore Research Resources

Get Tutoring in a Tough Class

Get free assistance with your courses from friendly professional and peer tutors. Tutoring is also available during finals.
Tutoring Center

Stressed Out?

Life is full of challenges and it is normal for you, or someone you care about, to need help from others to overcome unfamiliar situations or difficult circumstances. The counseling center is here to provide that help.
Counseling Services

academic calendar

Thirteen-Week Classes Begin- Fall

The fall semester’s thirteen-week classes begin on September 23, 2020.

MORE about the event titled Thirteen-Week Classes Begin- Fall

First NP/NS Roster Due

On September 24, 2020, the first NP/NS (No show) roster for the Fall 2020 semester is due by 12:00 pm (noon) .

MORE about the event titled First NP/NS Roster Due

Course Audit Forms Due to Enrollment Services

On September 28, 2020 course audit forms for the Fall 2020 semester are due to Enrollment Services .

MORE about the event titled Course Audit Forms Due to Enrollment Services


View All

Virtual Transfer Event - Fitchburg State University

Fitchburg State University’s weekly transfer virtual advising appointments with Limari or Heather, Transfer Admission Counselors

MORE about the event titled Virtual Transfer Event - Fitchburg State University

Virtual Transfer Fair - Participating Colleges of Greater Springfield

Colleges of Greater Springfield hosting 5 virtual fairs: American Int’l College, Bay Path University, Elms College, Springfield College, Western New England University, and Westfield State College

MORE about the event titled Virtual Transfer Fair - Participating Colleges of Greater Springfield

What Do You Want to See Here?

This page is intended to have all of the information students need without logging in. That doesn’t work without YOUR input. What would you like to see on this page? Email us your ideas!

Email Your Ideas to Us
Get Map and Diretions on Google