The safety and wellness of Nashua Community College is paramount and please know that the administration, faculty and staff are committed to supporting students as we make the transition to remote operations and online learning. We appreciate your flexibility and understanding at this time. Below you will find resources and support tools.

Contact Information

Admissions Office

[email protected]


Phone Contacts
Voice Call or Texts Accepted


Laura Tremblay

Director of Admissions

Carolyn Doherty

Enrollment Specialists

Chris Cox

Enrollment Specialists

Deborah Aboud

Enrollment Specialists

Academic Advising Center

[email protected]

Pat Klein

8 AM – 4 PM
Monday – Thursday

Sheila Frost

8 AM – 1 PM
Monday – Friday

Frequently Asked Questions

Students should check Canvas and emails from their instructors to see how lab and clinical elements of a course will be met. Students with questions can contact their instructors and/or department chair for more information.

Registration for Spring 2021 (PDF) is also available. If you are a new student, please apply online. If you are a current student, please register for your next classes by working with your college advisor. Additional course and scheduling information is available at

Academic Advising will be done virtually through the advising center, and remote tutoring sessions will be hosted by the Academic Success Center. Please refer to the chat links above, or contact an advisor via email or text through Navigate for more details.

The bursar’s office will work with students who are on payment plans who may be unable to make payments on time due to job loss etc. The most important thing to do is to communicate with the bursar. NCC understands that this situation is unprecedented and will work with students on an individual basis to set up new payment plans.

College officials are reviewing recently issued guidance from the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Please refer back to this page for updates. For information from the US Department of Education, please see

If you do not have the right kind of computing equipment or if you do not have Internet access, please work with your instructor to make alternative arrangements. Please email or call your instructor or institution (603.578.8908 for NCC) to find out what resources are available for students with connectivity problems. Of course, you should always be mindful of CDC guidelines for being in public spaces.

Although the Walter R. Peterson Library at NCC is closed, many library resources are available online 24/7. Library staff are working remotely and are available to assist students with research and projects. Please contact Library Staff by chat on the website, or at [email protected].

At this time, no changes have been made to the traditional grading process.

  1. Go to and click “Sign in”.*
  2. Once signed into your account, click on “Rentals” to view all of your rented out titles.
  3. Click “Return All Rentals by Mail”, then select the books you wish to check-in.
  4. Print your free return label, and ship your books back to the bookstore! Be sure to print and include the packing slip along with your books! We need your Name and Phone#.
    Questions? Contact NCC Bookstore between 9 AM – 1 PM at: 603-880-7083, or [email protected]

Go to:
Scroll to the bottom of page to TEXTBOOKS, select “Sell my book,” and on the right side you will see the below directive:
Click on the “Sell your textbook”
Follow the Prompts.

We are working with high school teachers who teach Running Start courses to make sure course outcomes are met and college credit can be awarded. Contact NCC’s Running Start Coordinator for details: Patrick McGinnis, 603-578-6915, [email protected]

  • Since I can’t attend an open house, how can I learn more about the college?

All of NH’s community colleges have ways to learn more about the campus, programs and student life opportunity at each location, and more are being developed each week. offers short videos of each college as well as overviews of topics such as transfer and serving adult learners.

You can find other videos and virtual tours on many of the college sites.

  • How can I get help completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)?
    The first step to applying for any form of financial aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Once this application is completed, you will receive a Student Aid Report from the Department of Education that will indicate your eligibility. This information will also be sent to Colleges you selected to receive your report on the FAFSA, and once awarded, you can see your award on SIS.

  • SAT testing dates this spring have been cancelled. Will that affect my application?
    While NH’s community colleges do not require SATs or ACTs for admissions, scores may be used in lieu of the ACCUPLACER placement exam offered by CCSNH. Contact the Admissions Office at the individual college you wish to enroll at to learn more.

I am unable to submit my official transcript, will that affect my application?

If you are unable to submit a copy of your official transcript at this time, we will accept an unofficial copy. As soon as you are able to, please submit an official copy to the Admissions office.