The NSCC Bulletin



W-2 Forms


W-2 forms are now available in HR/CMS to all employees that consented to have their W-2 forms suppressed by 1/3/21.  To access and view your W-2, using your User ID (Employee ID of 6-digit numbers) and password log into HR/CMS.  After signing in, you can either click on View W-2 in Quick Link (s) box or navigate to Main Menu > Self Service >Payroll and Compensation > View W-2/W-2C Forms (or see below snapshot for example).

You are required to answer a security question in order to View W-2 page.

Note: If you have not setup or have forgotten the answer to your “security question”, you can setup or get your answer by navigating to Main Menu > My System Profile > Change or set up forgotten password help.  After providing some validation information, you will then see your question/answer.  If you need to, you may also change your questions/answers in the same place   

2020 W-2s were mailed out by January 31, 2021 to employees that did not consent or consented late to have their W-2 forms suppressed.

Please contact the payroll office by email if have any further questions.

Thank you.

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Meet your newest colleagues!


Jan 2021 new hires

The Human Resources & Payroll Office is pleased to announce our newest colleagues to NSCC, l-r,  :    Alicia Mayer, Instructor for the Nurse Education program; Lisa Fowler, Instructor for the Nurse Education program;  Orquidia Paulino, STEM Pathway Navigator.  Welcome, all! 



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NSCC Foundation Scholarships – 2021 Cycle

This year’s Foundation Scholarship cycle will open to students on March 1st.  We’ll be using a new system that handles all applicants (current students, new fall 2021 students, ESL students, ABE students etc.), eliminating the need for separate external applications.  Eligible students (those with 6 earned credits and a GPA of 2.5) will be notified at the beginning of March that the system is open and ready to receive applications.  New applicants will be notified once they are accepted and have an NSCC ID and email address. 

As in the past, we will need staff reviewers, and training in the new system will be offered before the review cycle starts.  More information will follow in the coming weeks, and in the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact Laurie LaChapelle,;  Mariflor Uva,; or Kathy Faulkner, .

The website will be updated this week to reflect the 2021 dates.


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Learn More about Navigate!

This past fall we had some great response to our drop-in workshops and wanted to provide staff and faculty with further opportunities to explore Navigate. If you are interested in learning more about how Navigate can assist your advising efforts or support of students, feel free to drop in to one of these upcoming sessions.

We are also available upon request to go over features with any meeting, group, or department.

Common training topics include: Navigate Overview/Navigating Navigate; Availability, Calendar Sync, and Appointment Campaigns; Notes and Appointment Summaries, Overview of Academic Planning.

Wednesday, Feb 3

8:30AM – 9:00AM                   EAB Coffee – Drop in Q&A

2:00PM - 2:45PM                   Availability, Calendar Sync & How to conduct a Check-in 

Campaign with your Advisees

3:00PM - 3:45PM                   Open Session Time


--John Duff, Dean of Student Success




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The Monday Morning Mentor series will be available over the spring semester to bring you professional development in twenty-minute snippets.

For the week of February 1st - How Can You Help Online Students Be More Successful In Your Course?

Directions for Accessing the Link to the Presentation and Supplemental Materials

Select the URL link below to access the presentation and to print the supplemental materials. (You may also copy and paste the URL into your browser’s address bar.) Supplemental materials are available to view and print now.

New presentations go live at 10:00am each Monday morning and are only accessible through Sunday.

The series is being brought to you by the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Innovation – we would appreciate your input!

--Andrea Milligan,


Open Jobs

Chief Diversity Officer
Dean of STEM and Education

Campus Police
Campus Police Officer II (Corporal)
Institution Security Officer II (3rd shift), 2 openings available

Clerical/Office Support
PT Peer Tutors for Accounting and Spanish (Position Designed for Students)

FT Faculty (Clinical Coordinator), Respiratory Care Program, Fall 2021
FT Faculty, Nurse Education Program (Associate Degree), Fall 2021

Maintainer I (Janitorial), Facilities Department

Educational Advisor (Special Program Coordinator), TRIO Talent Search (TS) Program
Health Simulation Coordinator (Technical Specialist), 10 month benefited, Grant funded position

For more information on open positions, please contact Kim Bevan at



Please share with your students!

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Students, faculty and staff - Please complete this google form to join!

Check out additional NSCC Black History Month events here.


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Sharing the stories of NSCC

The External and Public Relations Office invites you to share the stories of NSCC so that we can spread the word far and wide of what a great resource and choice NSCC is for the North Shore region and beyond. Depending on your role at the college, you know best about our special students, professors, initiatives, etc.  Share your story by filling out this form to let External and Public Relations know about and promote our super stars and programs! 

--Linda Brantley, Executive Director, External and Public Relations,



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The Arts in April Committee is seeking people interested in participating in the virtual "ARTS IN APRIL" month-long event! This form is being sent out to North Shore Community College faculty and staff interested in giving a presentation, organizing a panel, or demonstrating an activity in music, art, poetry, photography, creative writing, and/or other art forms.

Here's the link to the form.

--Aaron Keebaugh,



Faces of NSCC 2021

The Diversity Leadership Council (DLC) is collecting pictures, quotes and 10-second videos for its annual Faces of NSCC video, which highlights students, staff, faculty at home, outside, in the office, on/off campus with your 2-legged and 4-legged family members. Play a song, hold up a sign to share your brave, determined, meaningful, inspirational message. Faces of NSCC 2021 will be shown at various faculty/staff/administration meetings and outreach events.   “Celebrating Diversity and Inclusion in NSCC’s Community” Together apart. 

With most learning and working now taking place remotely, a whole new category of photo & video opportunities has opened up.  Please take and send pictures of students, staff, faculty working from home - teaching, learning, working.  Photo suggestions:  Helping your children do their schoolwork online; your unusual, hastily created "office" space; holding a sign with words of encouragement and support for the NSCC community; serious photos; fun photos, etc. Be creative! Submission form

Students' music approx  5-10 minutes is encouraged and welcomed! Email me your link!

There is a question on the release form for those who would like to provide a quote, which is optional.  People may have their picture taken with or without including a quote.

Please direct any questions, send photos, student release form, 10-second individual video message,  student music for project background to:

Anne Tabet at  Deadline to submit Friday, April 30, 2021

Have fun taking pictures and videos!

--The Diversity Leadership Committee




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Welcome to the
Equality & Equity Project

 As part of our commitment to Anti-Racism, Diversity & Inclusion, the Equality & Equity Project will provide historical and present-day information about the contributions, challenges, culture, and daily lives of the many vital groups that make up our NSCC community, and the larger world.

We invite you to visit often, reflect on what you see and read, discuss it with others and, hopefully, expand your knowledge base, appreciation, and understanding of groups beyond your own.

February Deep Dive :

American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson was asked: Why aren't there more women in science?  He points out that although he's not a woman, he does know what it's like to pursue a career in a field that defied the expectations of society. Watch his answer here.

Think about this:

Dr. Daniel Hale Williams was one of the first physicians to perform open-heart surgery in the United States.  In 1891, he founded a hospital with an interracial staff in Chicago.

If you have any questions or comments on NSCC's Equality & Equity Project, please contact us at EqualityEquity@northshore. edu



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Coronavirus Updates and Resources

Due to COVID-19, NSCC campuses are still under restricted access.  Please monitor your college email and check for frequent updates and resources.

NSCC family, please stay well! #InThisTogether 

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