Nashua Community College offers SO MUCH MORE!

AFFORDABLE: Our tuition is the lowest in the State.

REWARDABLE: NCC offers the full college experience with an inviting campus, opportunities to travel, and an active
student life.

TRANSFERABLE: Many of our courses transfer to 4-year universities and colleges. By starting at NCC and transferring later you
can save thousands of dollars on your education!

FLEXIBLE: NCC offers day, evening, weekend, hybrid and online courses to suit your unique schedule and needs.

DOABLE: Our support services, including Academic Advising, will help you reach your academic goals.


For more information about our Open House, call the Admissions Office at 603-578-8908 or send an email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Information Sessions


The Admissions Office offers a series of information sessions throughout the year. 

  • Tour our academic and wellness facilities
  • Meet our Admissions team
  • Learn how to apply
  • Receive information about our 30+ associate degree and certificate programs
  • Learn about financial aid and transfer options

Optional: Learn about Majors and Occupations with the use of Career Assessment software.

Please Note:  Students interested in Nursing should attend a discipline-specific information session.

If you have additional questions or would like to register via phone, please call (603) 578-8908.

General Information Sessions

Tuesday, March 17th at 5:30pm

Thursday, March 26 at 10:00am

Wednesday, April 15th at 5:30pm

Tuesday, April 28th at 10:00am

Nursing Information Sessions

TBA beginning April 2015.

Automotive Open House Tour

March 25, 3:00pm
April 1, 3:00pm


Kuder Journey

Kuder Journey is an online assessment available at Nashua Community College. This comprehensive yet easy to use program utilizes the skills, work values, and research-based interests of users. With the results of their assessment, individuals can choose a career driven degree program or certificate here at Nashua Community College!

These Info Sessions are free but are by appointment only. We look forward to helping you on your journey. For more information, please call the Admissions Office at 603-578-8908 or email an Admissions Representative at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  


Frequently Asked Questions- Admissions


1. How do I apply?

The first step is to complete an application. NCC has rolling admissions, there is no deadline for admission; however we encourage you to apply early for optimal course selection. You can print out an application from our website and then mail or drop off the application to:

Nashua Community College
c/o Admissions
505 Amherst Street, Nashua, NH 03063

2. How do I contact the Admissions Office?

Phone: (603) 578-8908
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Fax: (603) 882-8690
Mail or Drop-in:
Nashua Community College
505 Amherst Street, Nashua, NH 03063

3. Is there a fee to apply?

Yes, the application fee is $20.00.

4. Do I have to have completed High School to apply?

If you are still enrolled in High School, you may be admitted pending your graduation, however you must have completed High School in order to attend as a matriculated student. You can submit evidence of High School Graduation by providing an original Diploma, a Final High School Transcript with the date of graduation, or a GED.

5. Is there an entrance exam?

No. First time students at NCC will be required to take a placement test in Math and English called the Accuplacer Assessment http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/accuplacer/index.html. The scores of your placement test are used by our college counselors to assist students in selecting appropriate courses. Accuplacer testing may also be waived with prior college credit in Math and/or English with a grade of C or higher.

6. Are SAT scores required for acceptance?

No. SATs are not required but scores may be used to waive the Accuplacer test.

7. How much does it cost to attend?

For in-state residents, the per credit tuition cost is $210. Financial aid is available for those that qualify.

8. When do classes start?

Summer semester begins May 27, 2014

9. What degrees and programs are offered at NCC?

Click here to view Programs of Study.

10. How do I schedule Placement Testing?

Please contact the Admissions Office to schedule your placement test at (603) 578-8908.

11. Where is the Admissions Office located?

The Admissions Office is located near the main entrance. Enter the building and take a right to Room 156.

12. What are the office hours of the Admissions Office?

The Admissions Office is open:
Monday – Thursday; 8:00am – 7:00pm
Friday; 8:00am – 4:30pm.

13. Is Financial Aid available?

Yes. Please review our financial aid page to see if you are eligible.

14. What is your FAFSA school code?


15. Can I tour the campus?

Campus tours are conducted at Open Houses and Information Sessions. These sessions are scheduled at various times throughout the week. You may also contact the Admissions Office to request a personal tour of campus. Also, please check out our 2-Minute Virtual Tour.

Request more information

Fill out our online form to get more information about admission to Nashua Community College.


FAFSA Document List


Student’s (and spouse, if applicable) 2009 Federal Tax form
Student’s (and spouse, if applicable) 2009 W2 forms
Parents’ (if dependent student) 2009 Federal Tax form
Parents’ (if dependent student) W2 forms
Student’s social security number
Student’s driver’s license number
Parents’ social security number and date of birth (if dependent student)

If applicable bring:
Total child support paid for 2009
Total child support received for 2009
Total untaxed income not reported on tax form (not to include SSI or SSDI) for 2009
Total money received by student or paid on student’s behalf for 2009
Total Veterans non-education benefits received for 2009
Student’s alien registration number (if not a US citizen)
Current balance of cash, savings, and checking accounts
Net worth of current investments
Net worth of current business and/or investment farms
Housing, food, and other living allowance paid to military, clergy, and others