College Facts

For four decades, the College has been on a journey, continuously evolving and expanding its level of service to the community through the leadership and creative talents of its faculty, staff and ultimately, its students who graduate and become an integral part of the fabric of the community.

Our unique programs

Naugatuck Valley Community College is the only Connecticut community college to offer associate degree programs in aviation science, horticulture, digital arts and visual and performing arts – dance option.

Facilities

The campus is equipped with over 1,100 networked computers, well-appointed classrooms and laboratories. Technology Hall features “smart” classrooms, the latest in high-tech facilities and houses the engineering technology, horticulture and hospitality programs.

The Max R. Traurig Library and Learning Resource Center offers specialized services and diverse collection of materials and online resources. The Student Center supports student activities, a game room and full-service cafeteria.

The Fine Arts Center includes two theaters, music and dance studios, video studios and rehearsal rooms that are home for many cultural programs enjoyed by the region. Our observatory, one of three in Connecticut, plays host to hundreds of citizens who come to campus to view the "heavens."  

Special programs & services

Included are cooperative education, career services, English as a second language, veterans affairs, services for minority students, students with physical disabilities, students with learning disabilities, business and industry training seminars and special interest programs. 

Anticipated student debt

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

Percent of students graduating with debt

10%

12%

6%

Average amount of debt for students leaving with a degree

$4,888

$5,407

$5,937