CentroHub now offers access to ALL the resources NSCC students need via a virtual concierge experience using Zoom. Whether it’s registering for classes, discussing a program of study, speaking with an academic counselor or exploring all financial assistance opportunities, we can assist students face-to-face, even if they’re studying remotely. Explore CentroHub.
2021 Champions for NSCC Celebration
The NSCC Foundation was proud to honor this year's Champions of Education: Senator Joan Lovely, the Essex County Community Foundation (ECCF) and alumnus Anh Dao Tran-Moseman '88. Sincere thanks to all for their incredible dedication and support of NSCC and our students.
You, too, can BE A CHAMPION! Donate today! NSCC Champions
Total giving up to $2,500 will be matched! For more information, contact us at email@example.com or 978-739-5527.
Pictured, l-r: John Colucci, Board Chair, ECCF; James Horrocks, President, NSCC Foundation; Senator Joan Lovely; Dr. William Heineman, President, NSCC; Beth Francis, President and CEO, ECCF; John Fouhy, Vice President, NSCC Foundation and presenter on behalf of Comcast; Anh Dao Tran-Moseman; Caleb Loring, presenter on behalf of the Loring Family; Nancy Huntington Stager, President and CEO, Eastern Bank Foundation and presenter on behalf of Eastern Bank.
Registration for Spring 2022 opened on November 6, 2021.
A COVID-19 VACCINATION WILL BE REQUIRED for students attending in-person classes for Spring 2022 and for anyone coming to campus for in-person services.
Students registering for on-campus courses for the Spring 2022 semester must show proof of vaccination before they will be able to register for in-person courses or come to our campuses for in-person services.
Students who are ready to comply with this mandate can submit proof they are fully vaccinated right now: Submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This link will only work if you are currently signed into your NSCC Gmail account.
NSCC will continue to offer courses for the Spring 2022 semester in online and video-conference formats. Students can register for these courses without proof of their COVID-19 vaccination status.
The Ray Parker Memorial Scholarship
Join the NSCC community in continuing the inspirational legacy of Ray Parker with a charitable gift to a NSCC scholarship award established in his memory.
Ray joined NSCC in 1994 as an Academic Counselor in the Student Support and Advising Center. His passion for academic learning and commitment to serving students allowed him to positively impact the lives of countless individuals. Ray took a special interest in working with students in the Health Science programs, initiating and serving as the Pre-Med Club Advisor. Ray also invested his time and resources in support of NSCC’s Veteran students. They held a special place in his heart, as he was himself a proud Veteran.
Ray extended this same time and attention to his colleagues and friends during his nearly three decades at NSCC. He will always be remembered to those who knew him as one of the most dedicated, hardworking and caring persons to everyone around him. Ray saw good in all people, and he strived to connect with them and encourage those around him to be the best they can be.
The Ray Parker Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to a NSCC student who is pursuing a certificate or degree in a Health Science/Health Professions program with the intention of pursuing further medical studies. Donate online today, or by check payable to North Shore Community College Foundation (note Ray Parker Memorial Scholarship in the check memo line), 1 Ferncroft Rd, PO Box 3340, Danvers, MA 01923. To learn more, contact Dan O’Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Federal Work Study Positions Available
Federal Work Study positions are now available for Spring 2022. If you're interested in hiring a student(s) for your department, please complete the job submission form. Feel free to contact Katelyn Ma, email@example.com, with any questions.
Navigate Weekly Workshops
We are about halfway through the Fall semester! As Spring 2022 registration is slowly creeping up, we want to invite you all again for some workshops on Availability & Calendar Syncs, Appointment Campaigns, and Tips & Tricks of the Academic Planning tool! Additionally, the Navigate team has come up with an extremely fun initiative for our students that we are calling, “The 15-Days of Giveaways” event. This will run from mid-October through the first part of November. This event will encourage students to engage with the tool and give us some live data feedback through our Giveaways Survey. Students will have a chance to win amazing prizes from Amazon gift cards, to any (3)-credit course, all the way to a new free HD Lenovo Laptop!
As we continue through the semester and get ready for Spring, you may want to review your Navigate skills. You can do that through our Blackboard Navigate Training Course, or by visiting the Navigate team during any of these meeting days/times!
Wednesday, November 10
2:00PM - 2:45PM Notes & Appointment Summaries // Running Reports
3:00PM - 3:45PM Open Session Time
Thank you for your interest in Navigate!
--John, Jake, and Scott
Calling all creatives!
We need you to get involved…in the Performing Arts at North Shore!
We are looking for actors, artists, sound editors, tech wizards, and more to join us this Fall Semester (2021) for ANIMAL TAILS: A Virtual Storytelling Project
Talented tricksters go toe to toe with terrible troublemakers in this series of tales featuring a menagerie of feathered, finned and four-legged beasties from around the world.
Come join the team responsible for bringing these stories to life this fall!
No experience needed! All interested students, faculty and staff are welcome to participate.
AIR DATE: December 2021, as part of NSCC’S Cultural Arts programming.
For more information about how you can become involved in this virtual performing arts event at NSCC contact Matthew Woods at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NSCC students, faculty, and staff must be
fully vaccinated by January 2022
All employees and any students studying or coming to campus must be fully vaccinated
by January 2022.
The decision was made unanimously by the Presidents of all the state’s 15 community colleges.
“During the last eighteen months, the Massachusetts Community Colleges have prioritized the health and safety of our communities while also recognizing that many of our students have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. While a significant number of students, faculty, and staff are already vaccinated or are in the process of becoming vaccinated, the fifteen colleges are seeking to increase the health and safety of the learning and working environment in light of the ongoing public health concerns and current guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),” it was noted in a joint statement.
Students who seek to register for courses that do not include any in-person component, and who do not plan to come on campus for any reason for the Spring 2022 semester, will not be required to provide documentation of vaccination.
The announcement comes amid a rise in the number of new cases of COVID-19 across the Commonwealth, the increased access and availability of vaccines, the Food & Drug Administration’s full and pending approval of available vaccines, and CDC guidance that the COVID-19 vaccine has been proven to be extremely safe and highly effective at preventing infection, severe disease, hospitalization, and death, the requirement is aimed at ensuring the safest learning and working environment possible for the more than 135,000 students served by the community colleges each year.
“The Massachusetts Community Colleges are committed to ensuring vaccination status is not a barrier to students and will continue offering a range of virtual learning opportunities and services,” Heineman said.
Danvers Campus now a Vax site
NSCC's Danvers Campus is now a COVID-19 Booster vaccination site, offering free Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson booster shots as well as primary doses. Appointments, including appointments for children, will be available through the state's vaxfinder site https://vaxfinder.mass.gov although walk-ins will also be accepted.
20 Minute Online Professional Development
The Monday Morning Mentor series will be available over the fall semester to bring you professional development in twenty-minute snippets.
For the week of November 8 - How Can I Manage the Disconnect Between Faculty and Student Perceptions of Rigor to Increase Learning?
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, email@example.com
WHAT A GREAT WAY TO START YOUR WEEK!!
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.
Think About This:
Scientific racism, sometimes termed biological racism, is the pseudoscientific belief that empirical evidence exists to support or justify racism (racial discrimination), racial inferiority, or racial superiority. Published in 1851, "Diseases and Peculiarities of the Negro Race" reframed an enslaved person's efforts toward freedom as the newly-created "drapetomania," a "disease of the mind" that "induces the negro to run away from service."
If you have any questions or comments on NSCC's Equality & Equity Project, please contact us at EqualityEquity@northshore.
Do you love cats and dogs as much as we do!? If so, please consider donating to TRIO's 1st Annual Animal Shelter Drive in honor of Diane Dickerson, retired Director of TRIO. Please drop off your donations at one of the TRIO offices in Danvers (DB 104) or Lynn (LW 165). Deadline to donate is 11/23. Questions? Please email TrioStaff@northshore.edu.
Mobile Food Markets
Free farmers market-style distribution of food, fresh fruits and vegetables. Open to the entire college community. Due to the current COVID-19 health crisis, NSCC's mobile markets will look a little different this semester. The mobile market will be offered on both the Danvers & Lynn Campus and will only be open to NSCC students, faculty and staff. Registration will be required for each monthly market. It will be curbside pick up and you will receive a time to pick up in your confirmation email.
Please click the date below to complete the registration form.
Danvers Fall 2021 Semester Dates Danvers Spring 2022 Semester Dates
September 9, 2021** February 10, 2022
October 14, 2021** March 10, 2022
November 18, 2021 April 14, 2022
December 9, 2021 May 12, 2022
Lynn Fall 2021 Semester Dates Lynn Spring 2022 Semester Dates
November 5, 2021 February 4, 2022
December 3, 2021 March 4, 2022
April 1, 2022
May 6, 2022
*Please note registration will be required for each monthly market. Be sure to sign up for the ones you would like to attend.
**Market Sign Up closed. Please reach out to Amanda Dooling at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
If you need food assistance please complete the Here to Help Application.