Current Students

12/9/14 - The college will open at 10:00 am. Any classes or activities that are scheduled to begin from 10am will meet as scheduled.

NVCC Inducts a New Cohort of Student Ambassadors into the President’s Circle

On November 14, 2014, Naugatuck Valley Community College (NVCC) inducted ten new students and two returning students into the prestigious President’s Circle.  Membership represents the highest honor a student may receive while matriculating at the College. These students have a minimum GPA of 3.4 and they represent a select group of outstanding achievers who serve as the College’s Student Ambassadors. President Circle Ambassadors have the opportunity to attend major college events with the President and/or her Cabinet, and lend voice to their experiences as NVCC students.

College Goal Sunday is scheduled for January 25 at 1:30 pm, NVCC Technology Hall

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).

NVCC Alumnus, Dr. Robert Hartmann McNamara Inspires Students to Succeed in College

Associate Provost and Dean of The Citadel Graduate College Returns to His Alma Mater

Unassuming and down-to-earth is how one might describe Dr. Robert McNamara, a 1984 graduate of Mattatuck Community College, who was invited to speak with NVCC students on October 28, 2014 about his path to student success. In a written biography that he shared with students at the beginning of the event, he described himself as “an ordinary guy who was provided some extraordinary opportunities.” Dr. McNamara’s story is one of challenges, not unfamiliar to some students in the audience. 

NVCC Students, Alumni, Faculty and Staff Join "Make a Difference Day" Campaign

"Make a Difference Day" is the largest national day of community service. On the fourth Saturday of October, millions of volunteers around the world unite in a common mission to improve the lives of others. Connecticut Public Higher Education Institutions came together for "National Make a Difference Day," except, they turned it into a week of service  from October 19-25.

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Late Start Classes

Last Updated Jan 2014

Late Start classes begin Wednesday, February 19.

Late Start classes are available in the fall and spring semesters for students who do not meet the application or registration deadlines of the general term. Late Start classes meet a few minutes longer than regular classes to make up for the time missed at the beginning of the semester.

New students

All new students must complete the application process and be accepted prior to registering for classes.

Late Start Details

Even though the Late Start classes begin 4 weeks later than the regular semester, students will still finish their classes at the same time as regularly scheduled classes.  By meeting slightly longer each week than a regular class the time missed in the beginning of the semester is made up by the end of the semester.


Continuing Students: 203-575-8025 or 203-596-2177.
New Students: 203-575-8054 or 203-575-8257.

View available classes and more details.

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