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Gloucester Times: Governor Names Cousins to NECC’s Board of Trustees
May 22, 2024 – 6:16 pm
Gov. Maura Healey has appointed Frank Cousins Jr. and Joan Hatem-Roy to five-year terms on the Northern Essex Community College Board of Trustees.
Eagle-Tribune: NECC celebrates more than 700 graduates
May 22, 2024 – 6:14 pm
Northern Essex Community College celebrated more than 700 graduates at its 62nd commencement ceremony on Saturday. The event was held under a giant tent on the college’s Haverhill campus.
Eagle-Tribune: The ‘kids’ figured it out: NECC World Series bound again
May 22, 2024 – 6:13 pm
NECC beat Kingsborough C.C. out of Brooklyn, N.Y., 12-1, sweeping the best of three super-regional at Trinity Stadium in Haverhill on Saturday. It was the Knights's 21st win in its last 24 games.
WHAV: Healey Appoints Former Sheriff Cousins, AgeSpan CEO Hatem-Roy to Northern Essex Trustees
May 16, 2024 – 4:12 pm
Former Essex County Sheriff Frank G. Cousins Jr. and AgeSpan CEO Joan Hatem-Roy are the newest members of the Northern Essex Community College Board of Trustees.
Daily News: More plans in works for NECC
May 15, 2024 – 7:05 pm
Public officials are attaching major goals to a plan to redevelop about 16 acres at Northern Essex Community College.
State House News Service: More Plans In Works For Northern Essex CC In Haverhill
May 14, 2024 – 1:39 pm
Public officials are attaching major goals to the plan to redevelop about 16 acres at a community college campus in Haverhill.
WHAV: Northern Essex Community College Solicits Private Sector Bids to Redevelop Haverhill Sports Center
May 14, 2024 – 1:30 pm
Northern Essex Community College is moving ahead with plans to have the private sector play a role in redeveloping and modernizing its Haverhill health and wellness facilities.
Eagle-Tribune: NECC does it again! Advances to third straight regional title
May 14, 2024 – 1:29 pm
From afar, it looks familiar. Northern Essex Community College baseball moves on. Now two wins away from the NJCAA Div. 3 World Series.
Boston Globe: How Mass. community colleges reversed falling enrollment
April 25, 2024 – 12:14 pm
A state program that makes community college free for residents over age 25 has helped enrollment at the schools rebound. The challenge will be retaining those students through graduation.
CC Daily: Viewpoint: Moving the needle on supporting undocumented students
April 18, 2024 – 1:08 pm
Last summer, Massachusetts took a significant step toward inclusivity and equal opportunity in higher education through the passage of the state’s tuition equity law.

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