Spring Open House
Start the next chapter of your life at North Shore Community College! Come to our open house and see how we can help you achieve your college goals and career dreams. Our open house is informative, fun, and full of surprises. Sign up to let us know we’ll see you there!
During this event, we will be having the following options available to the public:
Meet Your Community
Connect with professors, advisors, and future classmates to get a feel for how an NSCC education can fit around work and life.
Info Sessions & Campus Tours
Explore state-of-the-art labs, learning spaces, and academic programs. Find out about free or low-cost tuition and fees through the Commonwealth’s MassReconnect, Nursing Scholarship, and Tuition Equity programs.
Application & Financial Aid Assistance
Complete your application to NSCC and the FAFSA with assistance from Student & Academic Success staff.
Hear what our students say!
What we do best is help students succeed. We can say it, or you can hear it directly from our alumni.
Meet Solmaria Deleon, ‘22
DIGITAL CONTENT DEVELOPER
Sol’s advice to future students is that even if you don’t think you can balance work and life with school, you can.
“I’ve lived it. If you are hesitant about enrolling as an adult learner, NSCC is the place for you.”
Attend our Spring Open House!
NSCC Danvers Campus
1 Ferncroft Road | Directions
Saturday, March 9, 2024
10:00 AM -12:00 PM (noon)
Our mission is our pledge to students
NSCC is an accredited public institution of higher education where all are welcome and each is challenged. We are a diverse, caring, inclusive community that will inspire you to become an engaged citizen and to achieve your personal, academic, and career goals. NSCC will prepare you for life in a changing world and workforce through affordable and excellent educational opportunities aligned with today's economic needs.
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.