Campus Safety & Support Resources

Naugatuck Valley Community College is committed to providing a safe and encouraging intellectual environment for students and community members, with a focus on prevention and education that extends beyond the classroom.

The College offers a range of holistic services for special groups of students like those returning to college after military service, those with learning and/or physical disabilities, those from low-income households and first generation college students. We also host a number of clubs and associations whose members self-identify based on special interests, areas of study, religion, race and gender.

Non-Discrimination and human diversity

Notice of Non-Discrimination.

We value diversity at Naugatuck Valley Community College among our students, employees and community partners, knowing how differences in perspectives, experiences and abilities contribute to the rich fabric of our college and the ability to achieve its mission. Contact our Multicultural Coordinator through the Women's Center.

Sexual assault resources and support

The College has zero tolerance for sexual misconduct. We urge you to report assaults against members of our community, and encourage those individuals dealing with trauma to seek the support and care they need. As we work to create a one-stop resource that will assist you in understanding and accessing the resources and support available to you and all members of our community, please contact Public Safety, the Dean of Student Services, a member of our counseling team or the Women's Center to start receiving support immediately. You can also view a list of sexual assault and domestic violence resources available in the community.

Campus safety 

In order to facilitate a culture of openness and shared diversity, the College relies on a well-staffed Public Safety Department to monitor the campus environment and respond to potentially harmful activities. The Department supplies an annual campus crime report and provides one of multiple venues for students to report incidents on campus.

Community Resources

Food Assistance in CT:

CT Food Bank
203-469-5000

SNAP Program
1-800-842-1508

Food Stamps
1-860-560-2100

Soup Kitchen, Homeless Shelter
203-754-0000

Heath Care Insurance Assistance in CT
203-575-9799

Buying First Home Assistance
203-969-1830

Housing Assistance in CT:

Emergency Housing

Legal Aid in CT:

CT Legal Aid Program
1-800-453-3320

Fuel and Utilities Assistance in CT:

Fuel Assistance By Town
Utilities Assistance
Call: 211 or on the web at: http://www.211ct.org/default.asp