We’re here for you
For more than 50 years, NSCC has provided excellent education that is affordable, accessible, and committed to an inclusive, safe and diverse student-centered environment. Since 1965, more than 29,000+ students have graduated from the college, many of whom continue to live and work on the North Shore.
More than 80% of NSCC graduates are employed in major Massachusetts career sectors including health care, engineering, computer science, the creative arts, education, business, human services, criminal justice, and public safety.
North Shore changed my life,” says Fabiano Da Mota, who put himself through school working nights, weekends and summers.
Fabiano Da Mota
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Be part of a growing network of your North Shore peers.
As an alumni or friend of NSCC, we welcome your participation and appreciate your support! There are many opportunities for you to get involved, build your professional network, and help make a difference to our students and our communities.
North Shore Community College was the best choice I could have made. I learned all my core nursing skills there, saved a ton of money, and got a great education.
Cala Elder Lowell
Read Cala Elder Lowell’s story here >
Keep your connection to NSCC strong and take advantage of alumni benefits.
As a graduate of NSCC, there are many ways for you to connect with other alumni and
students, participate in activities, and stay informed about what’s happening at the
Spring 2021 Alumni Newsletter
The professors are top-notch, the community is supportive, I made great friends. I’d recommend this experience over a four-year school.
Read Khalil Kum’s story here >
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Consider donating to NSCC to help another student like yourself. Even small gifts
have a big impact—we can’t do it without you, please donate today!
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North Shore Community College is an accredited public institute of higher education where all are welcome and each is challenged. NSCC is accredited by NECHE, the New England Commission of Higher Education.