In just the last few years, college costs have skyrocketed. Students are looking for affordable alternatives. They not only want affordability, they want the ability to earn degrees that are transferable to four-year colleges.
Naugatuck Valley Community College meets both of these criteria, and offers an enriching educational experience that extends through lifelong learning. We have campuses in both Waterbury and Danbury and serve 20 additional towns in between. We offer Associate in Arts Degree (A.A.) and Associate in Science Degree (A.S.) programs within these academic divisions:
Alternatively, you can enroll in certificate and non-credit programs, and we also offer distance learning courses. Take your first step to furthering your education by browsing our site and learning about our degree programs and student life. You can explore our special programs and get all the facts you need if you want to graduate with as little debt as possible.
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NVCC to Host Public Forum on Draft Multi-Campus Hazard Mitigation Plan
Officials at Naugatuck Valley Community College are holding a public forum on Thursday, February 11 at 2 p.m. to present the draft Multi-Campus Hazard Mitigation Plan. As part of this meeting, which will take place in Room L501 at 750 Chase Parkway in Waterbury, a brief presentation will be given. Members of the Hazard Mitigation Planning Team will be available to answer questions and listen to community and stakeholder comments.
Free FAFSA Workshop
Tech Hall, Room T511
Do you need help paying for college? Join us for a free FAFSA workshop.
Connecticut Cactus and Succulent Society Annual Show and Sale
Cafe East and West
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
“My first year at Naugatuck Valley brought me to a journalism class and The Tamarack newspaper. It was here I began to learn the art of journalism: how to enterprise stories, how to dig...
“Everyone at the College welcomed me immediately and I was fortunate to have extraordinary, dedicated professors and mentors. I liked the pulse of the College, the learning environment, the...
"The supportive environment and stimulating faculty encouraged and challenged me to streamline my goals. ...Naugatuck Valley Community College helped prepare me to transfer to the school of my...
Maria Arcari was born in Ecuador and came to the United States when she was 18 years old. Fluent in Spanish and English, she has lived and experienced the American and Latino cultures as part of...
“Before Mauricio became a student of mine, I saw him in theatre productions at our College,” said Elena Rusnak, professor of English and dance at Naugatuck Valley Community College....
Natalie is the owner of a 26 year old business, Ragtime Boutique in Watertown, which she purchased in 1999. Her business serves as the official wardrobe sponsor to Miss Connecticut to whom she has...
Senator Kane, a long-time resident of Watertown, was elected to represent the 32nd Senatorial District in a special election on January 15, 2008 and was re-elected in November 2008.
Regina DeMarasse was a lover of music and the arts. Born in Queens, New York on March 10, 1958, Regina’s early talents earned her a coveted seat in the New York High School for Music and Art....
After graduating from Mattatuck Community College (NVCC) with an associate degree in business administration, marketing, in 1987, Glenn McCabe continued his education studying film at New York...
Bruce was one of the first students to enroll at Mattatuck Community College (the forerunner of Naugatuck Valley Community College) in July 1967 as recorded by the newspaper that morning. He was...