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Upcoming and Archived Events

Wed 27

Tutoring Meet & Greet

January 27.12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Get To Know Our NECC Tutoring Staff! Students will get a chance to meet some of the tutoring staff and learn how touring can benefit them. Sign up using this link to receive an emailMORE

Feb 01

Liberal Arts Open Coffee Hour

February 1.12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Attend The Liberal Arts Open Coffee Hour! This is an opportunity for students to hang out together and to meet liberal arts faculty. One of the things that is certainly lost in our move offMORE

Feb 04

Online Student Panel, Ask Us Anything!

February 4.5:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Attend Our Virtual Student Panel!  Come ask all of your questions! If you are unsure about taking online courses this spring that's okay! Attend this session to hear from College Navigators and NECC students aboutMORE

Feb 16

Virtual Re-Uknighted Fair

All Day Event  

Attend Our Virtual Re-Uknighted Fair! Click HERE for instructions on how to submit a video.  The virtual Re-UKnighted Fair is sponsored by the Office of Student Life. The purpose of this event is to exploreMORE

Event Archives

Wednesday, December 9

Presidential Transitions – A Conversation with Profs. Steve Slaner and Stephen Russell

View video on the NECC YouTube Channel.

On December 9, students and faculty gathered on Zoom to hear two professors in the Global Studies Department discuss the outcome of the Presidential Election. At the time of the conversation, President Donald Trump has unsuccessfully challenged the outcome of the election in several swing states. President-Elect Joe Biden has assembled much of his leadership team, focused on his inauguration and beyond.


Tuesday, December 8

JRN/COM Conversation – Prof. Kim Lyng

View video on the NECC YouTube Channel.

In this session Prof. Kim Lyng shared her personal account of how she entered a career in journalism, some of the big stories that she broke, and her path back to the classroom after decades in newsrooms across New England


Tuesday, November 10

Your Favorite Nerd – Creating and Maintaining a Blog with Ian Shea

View video on the NECC YouTube Channel.

On November 10, Methuen resident and NECC alumnus, Ian Shea spoke with students and faculty about the process of launching and maintaining a blog. Shea graduated from NECC in 2015 with a degree in General Studies but decided to return and work towards a degree in Liberal Arts: Writing Option. In 2019, Shea launched his own website called where he writes reviews of TV shows and movies, with occasional interviews and opinion pieces. Shea started this site because he loves having discussions on all aspects of nerdy pop culture. Whether it’s a video game, comic book, TV show, or movie, chances are he has an opinion about it! Shea is a child of the 90s, a New England native, and obviously, a proud nerd.


Tuesday, October 27, 12pm

Career Prospects for the Liberal Arts Graduate with Dean William Koehler from Regis College

View video on the NECC YouTube Channel.


Wednesday, October 8

DISINFORMATION! With Dean Amy Callahan

View video on the NECC YouTube Channel.


Wednesday, September 30

Liberal Arts Career Panel, Register here to watch recording of event:

Recording of Event Here Passcode: AK5?17^.

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