Come to College Goal Sunday and Learn How to Apply for Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA)
The College Goal Sunday program was created by the Indiana Student Financial Aid Association with funding from the Lilly Endowment, Inc. and supplemental support from the Lumina Foundation for Education. College Goal Sunday is a free, on-site program that utilizes financial aid professionals and community-based service providers to assist students and their families with completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Author and lecturer, Daisy Hernandez, is coming to Naugatuck Valley Community College on Friday, Nov. 14 for “An Evening With Daisy Hernandez.” The event, which is sponsored by the NVCC student newspaper, The Tamarack, will begin with a welcome reception at 6 p.m. followed by readings and conversations with the author beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the College’s Technology Hall Atrium, 750 Chase Parkway.
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...
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...
Program planned as finale to Hispanic Month events
Naugatuck Valley Community College is honored to host “Julia de Burgos, de Puerto Rico al universe/ From Puerto Rico to the Universe: A Centennial Celebration” on October 15 in the Playbox Theater, 750 Chase Parkway...
Palace Theater - Waterbury CT
2015 Graduation will be held at the Palace Theater, Waterbury CT.
All students signed up to participate in the ceremony must report at 12pm.
Kick off your College Experience at New Student Orientation!
Saturday, August 23, 2014 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
NVCC Leever Atrium / Mainstage Theater
The first in a series of planned events will take place September 12, 2014
Community members are invited to celebrate 50 years of education and community service with Naugatuck Valley Community College (NVCC) on Fri., Sept. 12, when the College kicks off a three-year commemoration of its founding institutions, Waterbury State Technical College and Mattatuck Community College.
Admission is just 99 cents for adults; children under 12 and costume-wearers get in free
Naugatuck Valley Community College will host the fifth annual Brass City Comic Convention from 10 am – 3 pm on Sunday, July 20 in the NVCC Ruth Ann Leever Atrium. Admission is just 99 cents for adults and free for kids 12 years of age and under, as well as any guests who show up to the event in costume.
Graduates of the Class of 2014 ranged in age from 17 to 71, and hailed from 10 states in total.
On May 29, 2014 at its 49th commencement, Naugatuck Valley Community College celebrated, for the fifth year in a row, the largest graduating class in the history of the College. The total number of awards conferred is 1,325.
Winners announced at awards ceremony at NVCC, May 18, 2014.
Naugatuck Valley Community College partnered with Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty (CT-5) in the local launch of the first annual House Student App Challenge, a national competition promoting high school STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) student engagement and innovation in mobile programming. On Sunday, May 18, the contest winners were announced, and they are...
All are welcome to share or listen!
Join us for art and literature at it's finest on Friday from 5:30 - 8:30 pm at Martin's in Danbury. Snacks and music will accompany the night's event. All our welcome to come and listen or share your own work at the Open Mic. Call 203-575-8169 or email Professor Lizzie Louis for more info!
255 Main Street in Danbury, 06810
Students and NVCC leaders and alumni will celebrate the accomplishments of student clubs and activities at the annual Student Leadership Banquet at the Grand Oak Villa on May 28. The event is a way of honoring students and advisors who have volunteered their time and energy working within the 40+ clubs that comprise the Student Government Association.
Information for students and graduates
Commencement is getting close and there are some things you'll need to know if you're graduating this year! Find out more here...
Appearance of African Americans in Children's Literature 1940’s – present
Professor William H. Foster, III will present "Finally in Full Color: Appearance of African Americans in Children's Literature 1940s - present" on Wed., May 7 at 9:45 am in the Library, fourth floor. Following the unveiling, Professor Foster will also unveil his unique collection of children's books, which will remain on display through the end of May.
NVCC students can claim up to 2 tickets for each valid student ID presented at the box office on the night of the show!
East and West collide with tragic results in Puccini’s opera about a trusting Japanese bride and the callous American naval officer who weds and abandons her. Highlights including Butterfly’s aria “Un bel dì,” the Flower Duet, and the famous Humming Chorus emerge from a sumptuous score which goes straight for the emotional jugular and seldom fails to reduce even the hardest hearts to tears.
Hear music from Star Wars, Star Trek, ET, Holst Planets Cirque du Soleil and more...
Waterbury Native Ralph Mastraccio to Connect with College via Skype May 6
Naugatuck Valley Community College will connect with Waterbury native Ralph Mastraccio at the International Space Station via Skype on Tuesday, May 6, 2014 from 4-5:00 p.m. All are welcome to attend in the Mainstage Theater at 750 Chase Parkway in Waterbury.
The multi-media presentation shows the interdisciplinary link of art and education to social and environmental projects.
Naugatuck Valley Community College’s 2013-14 Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence, Oonya Kempadoo, presented her collaborative story approach to ecological sustainability as her “gift” to the College on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 in the Playbox Theater. The project includes an interactive website that offers a multitude of ways for readers to engage with Kempadoo’s story “Naniki”, which in the indigenous Taino language means “to be active” or “spirit”. Based on this concept, the story has integrated interdisciplinary elements to link art and education to social and environmental concerns.