Campus Safety & Security

The Campus Safety/Security Office is located in Room 124 of our Main Building/Streeter Hall. Please contact the office for any emergency, safety issues or to report a crime that occurred on campus.

Emergency

CALL 911
Campus Safety Cell Phone: (603) 921-1089
Campus Safety Phone: Extension 1767

To obtain a Student ID, you must have the following with you;

  • Military ID
  • Driver’s License
  • Passport
  • Non-driver Identification Card

Please enter the campus in one of the three following entrances and a member of the Campus Safety staff will greet you there.

  1. Main Building Entrance
  2. Judd Gregg Hall Entrance
  3. Automotive Building Entrance.

Please use the Main Entrance (the doors facing 101A) or the Judd Gregg Hall Entrance, depending on where your class is.  Use the MyNCC app or fill out the NCC COVID Screening Form below to complete your health screening. 

You can use the MyNCC app to complete the daily health screening form. Please download the app at ncc.campusapp.com. If you already have the app and do not see the new “Health and Wellness Forms” tile appear on your home screen, please uninstall and reinstall the app. If you are unable to use the app for any reason, you can simply answer questions with one of our Campus Safety Assistants when you arrive.

For reference: Isolation and Quarantine recommendations from the CDC

Health Screening: 

 

 

Sanitizing stations are available upon entry to the building, in our offices, and all main areas of the campus.

Photo ID:
Please have a photo ID readily available upon entry to the building (Military ID, Passport, Driver’s License and/or NCC Student ID).

Social Distancing:
Please be sure to give each other plenty of space as you move through the building, and practice social distancing of at least six feet apart where ever possible. Furniture has been configured to allow us to maintain social distancing.

Visitors limited to one additional guest:
We are currently limiting accompanying persons to one. Please let us know of any special accommodations needed ahead of time by contacting Campus Safety at [email protected] or by calling (603) 921-1089.

Nashua Community College Visitors Protocol

 In Preparation For Your Visit:

  • Wash and/or sanitize your hands before and after your visit. Sanitizing stations are available upon entry to the building and many of our offices.
  • Masks are optional as of Feb. 28, 2022. If you do not have a facemask, the Safety Team can provide one.
  • Have a photo ID readily available upon entry to the building (Military ID, Passport, Driver’s license, and or prior NCC Student ID) and a visitor ID sticker will be provided to you upon entry.
  • Make sure to give each other plenty of space as you move through the building, and practice social distancing.

Once You Arrive On Campus:

Please enter the campus in one of three entrances:

  • Main Building Entrance
  • Judd Gregg Hall Entrance
  • Automotive Building Entrance

Once you enter the building, you will be immediately be screened for your temperature through thermal imaging system and will be met by a Camus Safety Assistant (CSA). The CSA will ask you to provide your photo ID and complete the screening process with you.

  • The CSA will contact the office you are scheduled to meet with, and a representative of that office will meet you at the front door. The CSA will be able to assist you with any questions you may have.
***IMPORTANT: if you feel sick, have a fever, are coughing, having difficulty breathing or have been in close contact with a person with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19 within the last two weeks, please contact the office you are meeting with prior to coming to NCC to reschedule your appointment for a later date.

Students must park in designated areas only. All student vehicles must have an NCC parking tag displayed. Violators will be fined in accordance with the following schedule: First Offense ($5), Second Offense ($10), Third Offense ($20). To obtain your parking permit, please contact Campus Safety prior to 5 p.m. (weekdays only.)

Matriculated students are issued a student ID at the beginning of their first term free-of-charge. Non-matriculated students may purchase an ID for $10. Students requesting a replacement ID card will be assessed a fee of $10. A valid NCC ID is required when using the facilities in the Wellness Center or when checking out materials from the College library. To obtain your ID card, please contact Campus Safety prior to 5 p.m. (weekdays only).

  • Crime Statistics
  • Annual Clery Security Report-NCC
  • View the Use of College Facilities/Solicitation Policy
  • Sign Up NCC ALERTS (Campus Emergency Notification System)

This policy is intended to control the nuisance and potential health and safety hazard created by domestic animals (e.g. dogs, cats, livestock) and wild animals (e.g. raccoons, skunks, opossums) on campus. Animals and pets are not permitted in campus buildings, with two exceptions: any guide dog, signal dog or other animal individually trained (or undergoing training) to assist an individual with a disability, and dogs registered by Faculty and Staff with Campus Safety. Service dogs must be identified while on campus wearing the appropriate service dog attire. Service animals in training must receive prior approval of the President’s Office before coming onto campus. This request should be initiated in writing to the attention of the college President. This policy applies to all students, faculty and staff.

Students in violation of this policy will go through the judicial process. In the case of faculty or staff, violations shall be reported to the appropriate supervisor to initiate corrective action.

Service animal means any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability. Other species of animals, whether wild or domestic, trained or untrained, are not service animals for the purposes of this definition. The work or tasks performed by a service animal must be directly related to the individual’s disability. Examples of work or tasks include, but are not limited to, assisting individuals who are blind or have low vision with navigation and other tasks, alerting individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing to the presence of people or sounds, providing non-violent protection or rescue work, pulling a wheelchair, assisting an individual during a seizure, alerting individuals to the presence of allergens, retrieving items such as medicine or the telephone, providing physical support and assistance with balance and stability to individuals with mobility disabilities, and helping persons with psychiatric and neurological disabilities by preventing or interrupting impulsive or destructive behaviors. The crime deterrent effects of an animal’s presence and the provision of emotional support, well-being, comfort, or companionship do not constitute work or tasks for the purposes of this definition. (Federal Regulation Title 28 → Chapter I → Part 36 → Subpart A → §36.104)

Examples of Types of Service Animals:

Guide Dog

A dog that is trained to serve as a travel tool for individuals who are blind or have low vision.

Hearing Dog

A dog trained to alert deaf persons or those with significant hearing loss, to sounds such as knocks on doors, fire alarms, phone ringing, etc.

Service dog (assistance dog)

A dog trained to assist a person with a mobility or health impairment. Types of duties the dog may perform include carrying, fetching, 18 opening doors, ringing doorbells, activating elevator buttons, steadying a person while walking, assisting a person to get up after a fall, etc.

Sig (signal) dog

A dog trained to assist a person with autism. The dog makes a person aware of movements, which may appear distracting to others and are common to those with autism. A person with autism may also have deficits in sensory input and may need service animals to provide similar assistance as is provided to a person who is blind or deaf.

Seizure response dog

A dog trained to assist persons with seizure disorders. The method by which the dog serves varies depending on the individual’s needs. Some dogs are able to predict seizures and provide advanced warning.

Requirements Of Service Animals And Their Handlers

The following generally apply to all approved service animals:

  • The service animal must be registered through the Disability Services Office and the Security Office.
  • The service animal must have all veterinarian recommended vaccinations to maintain the animal’s health and prevent contagious diseases. Documentation of vaccinations must be provided in advance.
  • The service animal must be licensed and have tags in accordance with applicable state and local laws. Documentation of animal licensing must be provided in advance to NCC. NCC also reserves the right to request proof of licensing anytime during the animal’s residency.
  • The service animal must be on a leash, harness or tether at all times. Exceptions may occur when the animal is performing a specific duty that requires it to be unleashed or where the nature of the documented disability of the handler precludes adherence to this requirement.
  • The handler must be in full control of the animal at all times.
  • The care and supervision of a service animal is solely the responsibility of its handler. The handler must (1) always carry equipment sufficient to clean up the service animal’s feces whenever the animal and handler are on NCC campus; and (2) be responsible for the proper disposal of the animal’s feces and for any damage caused by the waste or its removal.
  • The service animal must be well-behaved. The handler must ensure that the animal refrains from behavior that threatens the health and safety of others.
  • The service animal whose behavior poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others or is disruptive to the NCC community may be excluded, regardless of training or certification.

Service Animals in Training: All the above statements apply to service animals in-training.

Campus Security Authorities (CSAS)

Nashua Community College also has members of faculty and staff designated as Campus Security Authorities. The CSA’s are available to speak with students and guide them in reporting a crime which occurred on campus and at locations where college activities take place.

Campus Safety Office

(603) 578-8900 Ext. 1668

Lizbeth Gonzalez

Vice President Student and Community Affairs
(603) 578-8900 Ext. 1528
[email protected]

Robyn Griswold

Interim VP of Academic Affairs
(603) 578-8900 Ext. 1443
[email protected]

Alex Wunderlich

Wellness Center Director
(603) 578-8900 ext. 1599
[email protected]

Elizabeth Berry

Professor & Chairperson, World Languages and English for Speakers of Other Languages Department
(603) 578-8900 Ext. 1678
[email protected]

John J. Carlisle

Professor & Chairperson, Business & Technology Department
(603) 578-8900 Ext. 1767
[email protected]

Patricia Klein

Program Coordinator for General Studies and General Studies Health
(603) 578-8900 Ext. 1450
[email protected]

Amy Vazifdar

Director of Student Life
(603) 578-8900 Ext. 1580
[email protected]

What Is NCC Alerts?

Should a crisis, emergency situation or weather closure/delay occur on the NCC Campus the quickest way to receive the latest emergency information – the NCC ALERTS service.*

There is only one way to sign up for that service. Visit this link and sign up to receive text messages, emails, or calls when important information is being sent by the college.

If you have an Community College email address you are eligible.

*NCC ALERTS is just one method the College will use to communicate information during an emergency. The campus will continue to use a variety of other notification methods as appropriate.