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At Naugatuck Valley Community College you receive a world-class education without a world of debt. Your success is our expectation, that's why we offer day, evening, weekend, and online classes in over 100 degree, certificate and work-force training programs.

Over 1,000

For the sixth year in a row, NVCC has awarded over 1,000 associate degrees and certificates. The highest amount out of all Connecticut's community colleges.


More than $13 million of financial aid is awarded annually through NVCC.

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National Ranking

Named one of 150 community colleges eligible to compete for the 2019 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence.

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"NVCC is a great launching pad for your education without going deep into debt - allowing students to save money and prove themselves."

Levi Reynolds


  • Over 100 degree, certificate and workforce programs
  • Outstanding faculty and state-of-the-art facilities
  • Transfer programs to CT State Universities and more
  • Free tutoring center

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"NVCC has a wide diversity of options and opportunities. I took classes that I never imagined taking and now I have a new direction for my career plus it helped me save money."

Myrania Shepard

We're Close to Home

Getting to class should be easy.  That's why we offer two full-service campuses, free bus passes for credit students, free parking and a transit link between campuses to give you the flexibility and convenience you need to make college a part of your life. 

Waterbury Campus

750 Chase Parkway, Waterbury, CT 06708

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Danbury Campus

190 Main Street, CT 06810

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"NVCC Danbury is very convenient. It’s close to where I live, it has a low cost tuition, great staff, advisors and professors who are like mentors, lots of clubs and great opportunities. My favorite spot is the A.C.E because of the free tutoring! I recommend everyone comes to NVCC - it prepares you for your future."

Jhanna Martinez


Naugatuck Valley Community College Hosts Principal to President Scholars Awards

Naugatuck Valley Community College Hosts Principal to President Scholars Awards

Naugatuck Valley Community College hosted its 11th annual Principal to President Scholars Awards Ceremony...

NVCC President Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D. to be Inducted to Immigrant Heritage Hall of Fame

NVCC President Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D. to be Inducted to Immigrant Heritage Hall of Fame

Naugatuck Valley Community College President and Dominican Republic native  Daisy...

NVCC’S Trial Roses Featured in Nursery Management Magazine

NVCC’S Trial Roses Featured in Nursery Management Magazine

Beautiful foliage and spectacular blooms will greet anyone who visits NVCC’s Waterbury campus. Visit during the warm months and you’ll be surrounded by especially lush settings including an arboretum and more than a dozen blossoming gardens that dot the 110-acre campus.






Social Justice Series: the "Miseducation" of the American Mind

Shaping Our Thoughts: the "Miseducation" of the American Mind
M. 10/8 @ 12:45pm in L501
In today's increasingly polarized political discourse, people often take a side, confirm their position, and deliberately discount contrary information.  In this interactive workshop, participants will assess how opinions are formed, manipulated, and distorted.  It's basically "Disinformation 101" and participants will leave questioning beliefs and wanting to learn more about the claims, information, and images they receive through the media.  




Social Justice Series: Voting Rights

Voting Rights... or is it a privilege, and/or a responsibility?
Tu. 10/30 @ 11:10am in L501 
With the election days away, this discussion will center on one critical question, "Is voting a right, privilege or a responsibility?" Based on the multiple ways individuals may answer this question, the workshop will explore current voting restrictions, voting rules, and ultimately, the impact on our Democracy. 




Social Justice Series: Raising Voices, Raising Awareness

Raising Voices, Raising Awareness: A Panel of Local Activists
Th. 9/20 @ 11:10am in L501
A panel of local activists spanning a range of social issues will discuss their efforts, challenges and successes as they promote positive change in our local communities. More details will be provided in September.  

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