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.
CAPSS will be having a representative from St. Joseph University on campus to talk with students about transferring to their university when they graduate.
Stop by and pick up some information.
Join SGA & Student Activities as they host their final bash of the year. All students are welcome.
Free food, music, giveaways!
2015 Graduation will be held at the Palace Theater, Waterbury CT.
All students signed up to participate in the ceremony must report at 12pm.
As a Connecticut Community College student, you have access to your own .edu college email account!
Beginning Jan. 1, 2013, this will become your primary email address for all official college communications.
All current and new students will have an official Office 365 account and email address: email@example.com.
The ‘prefix’ will consist of the first letter of your first name followed by the first four letters of your last name and then a four-digit random number.
There are two ways to access Office 365:
You will login in to Office 365 with your Net ID and password. View step-by-step instructions.
Don't want to deal with another inbox? Forward your NVCC email to your personal account and continue to receive all of your email in one place. Here's how.
Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote
Need to create or edit a document on the go?
As part of your Office 365 package, you will also have access to Office Web Apps. Office Web Apps allow you to create, view and edit Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files online from any device by using your web browser.
SharePoint Online gives you a central place to share documents and information with classmates and friends. You can also create websites and take advantage of customization options. It also allows you to invite external users to work on documents and projects.
Visit Information Technology in Ekstrom Hall, Room E604 or call the Help Desk line: 203-575-8092.
Clubs and Activities
Degrees and Certificates
IT & Computer labs
Places to Study
Go to myCommNet to:
Reset your NetID or Password.