10 June 2019
More than 100 soon-to-be graduates of two of NVCC’s Allied Health programs participated in the time-honored pinning ceremony tradition. Both ceremonies...
10 June 2019
First cohort of Danbury Early College Opportunity program graduate with class of 2019
Naugatuck Valley Community College (NVCC) celebrated a year of student success and the College’s...
7 June 2019
NVCC’s Waterbury campus is one of only 17 trial sites nationwide where critical data is collected that will help identify the most disease and pest resistant, hardiest and most garden-worthy rose cultivars while providing objective, accurate, and reliable information about the cultivars tested for each climate region across the U.S. This research, led by the American Rose Trials for Sustainability® (A.R.T.S. ®)...
3 June 2019
The Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) ranked NVCC's Respiratory Therapy program as meeting and exceeding certain national thresholds for 2018. Next year, the College will begin the process of submitting for reaccreditation, which occurs every 10 years...
2 May 2019
Naugatuck Valley Community College President Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D. was one of six inductees to receive a...
24 April 2019
Program will Launch in Fall, 2019
Childcare costs in Connecticut can prohibit families and individuals with children from advancing in their careers or education, but a recent grant from the...
11 April 2019
Newly-Designed Area to Encourage Browsing, Reading, and Discovery
NVCC’s Max R. Traurig Library celebrated the grand opening of a new “Reading Commons” on the College’s Waterbury Campus on April 9. NVCC’s President Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D. along with Director of Library Services Jaime Hammond...
25 March 2019
Faculty, Advising, and Data Collection Noted as Strengths
The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAYEC) announced that NVCC’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) associate degree program earned full, 7-year accreditation.
4 March 2019
NVCC’s Horticulture program took home two awards during its debut appearance at the 38th Annual Connecticut Flower and Garden Show. The “April in Paris” display showcased a Parisian street in the midst of bloom and impressed Thursday’s judges winning “Best Outdoor Living Space,” and “Best Urban Garden.”
27 February 2019
to support STEM Education and Careers
Associate Dean of Development Angela Chapman and Director of the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center Joseph DeFeo represented NVCC at a February 27 press conference where the Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA) announced recipients of the $1 million in grants earmarked for workforce development programs across the state.
19 February 2019
Nursing advocacy organization RegisteredNursing.org ranked Naugatuck Valley Community College’s associate in nursing program...
14 February 2019
Since the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center (AMTC) at NVCC had...
5 February 2019
Angel Roman was not thinking of college when he graduated from Waterbury Arts Magnet School in 2013.
5 February 2019
Connecticut’s NBC, WVIT Channel 30 interviewed NVCC President Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D. about notable NVCC alumna...
7 January 2019
Connecticut’s Office of Higher Education (OHE) awarded NVCC a $75,000 grant, the maximum amount possible, as part of its...
18 December 2018
The Connecticut Association of Latinos in Higher Education (CALAHE) presented NVCC President Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D. a Lifetime Achievement Award at its December 7 annual meeting held at the University of Hartford.
6 December 2018
The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) awarded NVCC’s associate degree radiography program with reaccreditation for eight years, the maximum duration that may be awarded.
15 November 2018
at NVCC’s Careers Talk with Infosys
NVCC hosted Infosys on November 12 to talk to the College’s Computer...
6 November 2018
With 40 years of experience working for several Fortune 500 manufacturing...
3 August 2018
Abimelec Salgado, Secretary of NVCC’s Student Government Association (SGA), represented his fellow students at the Center for Higher Education Retention Excellence (CHERE) Conference at the University of Hartford on June 22.