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Serves: Worldwide
Enrollment: rolling
Financial Aid: Yes
Scholarships: Yes
Contact Info:
State: Massachusetts
City: Danvers
Street: 1 Ferncroft Road
ZIP: 01923
Phone: (978) 762-4000
North Shore Community College is a place of hope and opportunity and a regional leader for social and economic change.

North Shore Community College presents associate degrees as well as a transfer program for students to get credits for transfer to other colleges. At NSCC over 100+ academic programs can be found. They allow students to earn an associate degree of science, associate degree of arts, associate of applied science, or a certificate.

Since its founding in 1965, NSCC has grown from a single building to three campuses in Lynn, Beverly, and Danvers which serves 26 cities and towns along the coastal region from north metropolitan Boston to Cape Ann.

NSCC presents post-secondary education to 7,500 students each year through more than 90 programs of study. The College also provides lifelong learning opportunities to more than 500,000 area residents through workforce development training to businesses and individuals, cultural enrichment activities, and community development resources.

North Shore Community College will promote personal, community and regional change through education, training and civic engagement.

NSCC offers over 75 courses you can be enrolled in via e-Learning format. You can even earn a certificate or an associate degree at the e-Learning Campus. The main reason why e-Learning courses always fit into your busy life is their flexibility and convenience.

E-Learning instruction is delivered through media (DVDs, videotapes, or audiotapes) or the Internet, and you talk to your instructor and classmates by phone or online. A number of courses have online discussion boards for enhanced interaction. As there are no regularly scheduled classes, you complete course assignments and requirements at home.

For some individuals taking an e-Learning course can be academically challenging because most of the work is done on an independent basis. This requires a major time commitment to read print materials, become familiar with audio-visuals, prepare assignments, complete projects, and take examinations.

Financial Aid
Most students rely on some form of financial aid to help pay the cost of attending NSCC. Here we offer such types of Financial Aid as: Grants, Loans, Scholarships, Veterans’ Benefits, and Work-study.

Career Services
Career Services helps students search career options that lead to the selection of an appropriate program of study and work together with graduating students and alumni to locate and create satisfying work opportunities.


Judy Johnston
I am currently enrolled in the LPN program at NSCC and it is great. I just finished my first semester and I have learned so much! The teachers are great at what they do. Nursing school is difficult so I only work 25 hours a week. But the way I think of it is that it will be worth it in the end. NSCC only has a day program so it might not work for you.

Kat Mills
I personally love the online classes that they have; it's a simple Blackboard, (message board, online paper drop-box, grade book) set-up that works more than well for their classes. Like all other schools, it's a crapshoot if you're going to get a good prof or not, though I've only had one I hated. Some will grade with a microscope (10%), others will give you an A if you use relatively big words (90%). I've enjoyed almost all of my campus classes, and though a few were totally useless (i.e.a repetition of read materials that apparently they assume no one reads) I've had a couple where I actually learned something. And hey, I even got invited into the 2-year Colleges National Honor Society. Not that prestigious, but at least there are some perks!

Leslie Weaver
Medical Assisting program is a greatly organized program of study. I would recommend it to everyone.

Kris Oliver
It's a good two-year school to start. It's cheap compared to big colleges and universities. The student body varies: there are students strait out of high school, adults getting back to their education, and even some foreign students. If you pick the right teachers and do your work, you'll get good grades and transfer to a good college.