NVCC students will walk with legislative leaders to rally support for sidewalk construction
The Student Government Association (SGA) of Naugatuck Valley Community College is leading the College’s participation in the International Walk to School Day on October 8, 2014...
Manufacturing is an in-demand career choice!
Naugatuck Valley Community College’s (NVCC) Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center (AMTC) is hosting two information sessions in October for students interested in earning manufacturing certification. The sessions will take place at 2:15pm on Wed., October 8 and at 5:30 p.m. on Wed., October 22 at 5:30pm. The sessions will be held in Technology Hall, Room T515, 750 Chase Parkway in Waterbury.
Naugatuck Valley Community College and the Mattatuck Museum have forged a collaboration to feature a collection of paintings at the College on a long term loan. The paintings will be exhibited in NVCC’s Technology Hall Atrium, the fourth floor Leever Atrium, fifth floor library gallery, and in the President’s Office...
Federal funding will help provide education and career training programs for job seekers
Naugatuck Valley Community College has been identified as one of 270 community colleges nationally that will receive federal grant support from the Department of Labor...
Oonya Kempadu was a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence at Naugatuck Valley Community College this past year. While in Waterbury, she made an impact with the students at NVCC and Capital Community College and in the communities of both Colleges...
Hundreds of students, faculty, staff, community members and legislative leaders attend NVCC's 50th anniversary event
Friday, September 12, 2014 marked the first of a series of celebrations which will occur over the next three years as NVCC celebrates its beginnings, first as Waterbury State Technical College in 1964, and then as Mattatuck Community College in 1967...
Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) Board of Regents presents Transform CSCU 2020
President Daisy Cocco De Filippis Ph.D., the students, faculty and staff of Naugatuck Valley Community College welcomed Dr. Michael Gargano, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs and Michael Kozlowski, Director, Public Relations and Marketing...
Volunteers travel to New Jersey as part of Habitat for Humanity’s Collegiate Challenge
On August 4, seven NVCC students and three faculty and staff members packed for a week-long trip to the shore. However, instead of beach chairs and sunscreen, they packed their vans with hammers and paint brushes and traveled to Neptune, New Jersey, an area hit hard by Hurricane Sandy in October 2012 to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity’s Collegiate Challenge. Although much of the rebuilding has occurred in the town, some families are still in great need nearly two years since the super storm hit.
Over the course of two years, NVCC's GEAR UP program has helped more than 2,400 middle school students prepare for the rigors of high school and matriculation to college.
Administered through NVCC’s Bridge to College Office, the GEAR UP program is a seven-year, state-funded grant program designed to significantly increase the number of low-income students prepared to enter and succeed in college by providing early intervention, testing, advising and academic and social support.
NVCC and WCSU share a long history of successful collaborations for the benefit of nursing students.
NVCC and WCSCU continue their history of successful collaborations which benefit nursing students with a convenient and affordable RN to BS program.
NVCC welcomes new students and families during New Student Orientation.
NVCC's marketing publications are honored with awards from NCMRP.
NVCC students showed off their creativity at a Fresh Ink Open Mic and Art Show at Martin's in downtown Danbury this May. The event was the first of it's kind in the City, and the first of many cultural events to come as the College looks to increase it's intellectual presence in the community. Approximately 60 guests attended throughout the course of the night to hear students read their works and explain their various art pieces.
Dr. Irene Rios Knauf joins NVCC July 25, 2014
Naugatuck Valley Community College is pleased to announce the appointment of Irene Rios Knauf, Ed.D., as the College’s Dean of Academic Affairs.
NVCC is one of four Connecticut centers to be recognized
The Advanced Manufacturing Centers Initiative was recognized for its program longevity since the creation of the first Advanced Manufacturing Center (AMC) at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield in 1998, and for successfully duplicating the initiative in 2012 at three community colleges, including Naugatuck Valley Community College.
Save up to 75% off gifts, supplies and clothing
Here's just one more reason to get in and register for classes this July! In addition to better course selections, shorter lines, more time one-on-one with your advisor and BETTER PARKING :-), you can also get a ton of supplies and NVCC logo items on sale at the NVCC Bookstore!
Naugatuck Valley Community College Class of 2015 Nursing students donated 20 fleece blankets to the neonatal intensive care units at St. Mary’s Hospital and Waterbury Hospital in May. A bake sale was organized to raise money for the materials for the blankets and the students met over the spring semester to get to work making them.
Tamarack Photographer Nabs First Professional Cover in Local Paper
NVCC student Jason Honyotski nabbed his first professional cover recently with a stunning image of Professor Juleyka Lantigua-Williams for the Women’s section of the Waterbury Republican-American.
NVCC reports out on progress made on strategic plan and plans for future
On Friday, June 13 NVCC hosted its fourth annual Community Meeting, gathering partners and participants from the 22-town service region to contribute ideas for the growth of NVCC, its students and the region. This year’s meeting was the largest in the College’s history, for the first time surpassing 100 attendees.
Sign up now for one of our credit or non-credit summer classes
It can be hard to picture yourself inside as the weather starts getting warmer, but taking classes during the summer means less time in the classroom - not more! Summer semesters are more condensed than the regular fall and spring semesters so you can save yourself precious weeks of time by getting those courses done now!