The Office of Student Life
The Office of Student Life is here to support the lives of our students outside the classroom.
We aim to support and empower our students to take action in their education by engaging themselves in and outside of the classroom. In partnership with students, faculty, and staff we are committed to creating an inclusive and welcoming community that encourages all to join. We aim to facilitate student learning and development through our programs and services to transform and deepen the lives of all students as they work toward reaching their personal goals.
We oversee all of the student clubs, organizations, and interest groups, we advise the Student Government Association, we provide leadership opportunities for students, we host student events, and much more! You can always come to Student Life if you need help with anything or have a question about something and not quite sure who to ask.
- Learn About Our Student Life Traditions
- View Our Events Calendar
- Join A Student Group
- Resources for Student Clubs, Organizations, and Interest Groups
- Take Advantage of these Benefits of Being a NECC Student
- Find Out More About The Student Government Association
- Check Out Our Hours, Locations, & Contact Information
Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, & Tik Tok @NECCStudentLife
Join The Student Life Team
All positions in the Office of Student Life have been filled for the Spring 2023 semester. Below are the positions we oversee, if you are interested in working for us in the future please reach out to the Student Life Office for more information.
- Marketing Assistant
- Official NECC Mascot
- Programming Assistant
- Lawrence Campus Receptionist (6 openings: 3 work study & 3 non-work study)
How to search for Work Study Jobs in Handshake (1)
If you’ve applied and been approved for financial aid, you may be eligible for a federal work-study position.
These positions pay $15.00 per hour and allow students to work up to 15 hours per week with a schedule tailored to fit around their coursework.
In addition to financial compensation, students gain valuable work experience and can develop their skills in a number of fields. Many offices and departments at NECC hire student work-study staff including The Office of Student Life.
If you are not sure if you are eligible for a work-study position please email email@example.com to ensure you are eligible to hold a work-study position before filling out an application with our office on Handshake.
- Apply for Financial Aid (Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and provide additional documentation to NECC)
- Sign the Federal Work-Study Student Contract (We will discuss this in your interview).
- Enroll and maintain a minimum of six (6) credits for the semester.
- Meet Academic Standards and Progress requirements.
- If hired, students are required to complete additional forms and provide two (2) forms of identification before they can be authorized to work under the FWS Program.
To review the job description and apply check out the postings on Handshake. Learn more about this Career Services tool Handshake and how to access your NECC Handshake account.
Student Life Class Visits – Currently Unavailable for the Spring 2023 semester
NECC Faculty if you are interested in a member of the Student Life team visiting your class to talk to your students about how to get involved outside the classroom and make the most of their NECC experience please fill out our Student Life Class Visit Form.
Presentations typically include how to build a sense of belonging at NECC, how to get involved in clubs, a overview of free campus events and how to register, and other great opportunities our office offers (work study, leadership development, SGA, student discount program, and more). We are open to a short informational presentation (10-15 min.) or longer session where we interact with your class and help your students get to know one another.
If you teach multiple sections or courses that you would like a class visit for, please fill out a new form for each section/course.
A member of the Student Life team will contact you to confirm your class visit once we receive your form submission. For more information contact the Office of Student Life.
Student Activities Fee Budget Request Form
Limited funds available for the Spring 2023 semester.
The Student Activities Fee is to provide NECC students the opportunity to interact and participate in various campus projects, programs, and services that are intended to enhance learning, create a sense of community, and enrich the overall College experience. Extracurricular/co-curricular activities and student services that provide a direct benefit to the student body in general are deemed appropriate for funding from the Student Activity Fees.
Beyond budget allocations, a portion of the Student Activities Fees has been set aside for funding requests of all College departments, including clubs and organizations. Funds can only be used for the approved event or initiative. Only requests that provide a direct benefit to the student body will be considered.
To make a request, please submit this form.
SAF Post Event/Initiative Evaluation
Please submit the SAF Post Event/Initiative Evaluation Form following any event that was partially or fully funded using Student Activities Fee funds.
Campus Bulletin Boards
Bulletin boards are available on the Haverhill and Lawrence campuses in all buildings to hang flyers and announcements for our NECC community. We ask that you ONLY post on the boards with the title NECC NEWS or COMMUNITY NEWS.
Please ensure all flyers have contact information displayed.
All postings should be hung with 4 tacks, one in each corner, and should not overlap any other postings. Please provide your own tacks and do not use ones from other postings already on the board.
You are responsible for hanging your own announcements and flyers. You must remove postings within 42 hours of their expiration.
We are in this together! If you see any expired information posted on the boards please remove and recycle.
If you have any questions please contact The Office of Student Life.
Blue and Gold Boards are for NECC News
Please only post news about events and announcements related to what’s going on at the college.
Any postings not related to NECC News will be removed and recycled.
White Boards are for Community News
Please only post news about community resources such as housing, employment, events, transferring, and anything that is not occurring at NECC or hosted by a NECC entity.
Any postings not related to Community News will be removed and recycled.Print View