At its January 30 meeting, the State Bond Commission approved a $39 million allocation--the largest ever in the history of the college--to bond the renovation of Founders Hall. Founders Hall is the original home of Waterbury State Technical College when it was established in 1964, a building with much history and beloved by many of the college’s founding faculty and alumni. President Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D., described the commission’s approval as “a powerful event.” The President noted that, “The College’s allied health programs are outstanding and deserve more support and better space. The proposed project will have the entrance of our new Center for Health Sciences face the rest of the campus, providing an east campus anchor and a sense of powerful completion.” President De Filippis cited the Governor’s understanding of the significance that NVCC’s Allied Health and Nursing programs have in the region and thanked him for his “vision and continued support.”
Twenty-one students from Naugatuck Valley Community College attended the annual Physical Therapist Pinning Ceremony on Sunday, January 25. The annual ceremony, held in the Mainstage Theater of the College, takes place after students finish their Physical Therapist Assistant course work in December.
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.
Older adults have extra guidance available when they register for college
As the local and national economies continue to fluctuate, students of every demographic are looking to community colleges as a vehicle for change – whether that change be geared toward educational attainment, job pathways or marketable skills.
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.
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!
The NVCC Nursing Program was represented by five students at the 62nd Annual Convention of the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA). The students participated in the event’s Project Showcase, at which members and faculty display posters representing their projects and research.
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.
More than 100 students gathered with their families on Tuesday, May 27, for Naugatuck Valley Community College's annual Honors Night at the College's Fine Arts Center. Honors Night recognizes students who have distinguished themselves throughout the academic year by excelling academically, demonstrating leadership in their field of study, or engaging with the campus and greater area community.
Eleven students received awards from their instructors on Wed., April 30
Inspired by the President's annual High Tea Ceremony, which celebrates women who have overcome adversity to succeed at NVCC, the NVCC Male Encouragement Network, M.E.N., decided this year it was time to finally recognize the spirit of triumph, resiliency and commitment among our outstanding male students.
Tours, workshops and information booths helped students explore possible education paths
On Sunday, April 27, 2014, hundreds of potential students and their families arrived at NVCC's Technology Hall for the Second Annual Open House. Information booths filled the Technology Hall atrium and tours departed every 15 minutes on the hour. Workshops were also held consecutively on topics ranging from the admissions process to transfer and dual admission.
Learn how to become a student at the College and tour the campus
Naugatuck Valley Community College will host the second annual Spring Open House Sponsored by Dunkin Donuts 1249 West Main Street on Sun., April 27 from 1 – 4 p.m. in the Ruth Ann Leever Atrium, Fine Arts Center, 750 Chase Parkway in Waterbury.
Current students can register for summer classes as of April 1!
See what classes are being offered this summer and fall so you can begin planning your course schedule. Registration for current students begins April 1 for Summer 2014 and April 8 for Fall 2014.
NVCC Students Secure Full-Time Work Before Graduation
Students travel to NVCC from all over the state to earn an associate degree in the Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program, a degree that will likely put them in the workforce even before they graduate.
Largest Class Ever Earns State’s Top Marks on Licensing Exam
The Nursing Program at Naugatuck Valley Community College is well known locally for producing top- quality nurses, and now there are some big statistics available to back it up.
NVCC Nurses Receive State's Top Marks on NCLEX in 2013
What we are doing to help our students succeed is not unique to nursing. It is founded on core universalities of human behavior that when engaged, provide powerful opportunities for personal success.
130 area students attend event from 9 area high schools
On Fri., Oct. 25, the Allied Health, Nursing and Physical Education Division hosted the Connecticut HOSA - Future Health Professionals Fall Leadership Conference at Naugatuck Valley Community College.
NVCC will be offering a Central Sterile Processing Technician program this year, in response to increasing demands for the industry need for certification.
Beginning July 29, students can receive accelerated instruction through a Patient Care Technicians course, preparing them for job readiness in 19 weeks.