Skip to main content Skip to site utility navigation Skip to main site navigation Skip to site search Skip to footer
NSCC's response to COVID-19: view updates

Nova Scotia Community College

All programs | Online programs Keyword Area of interest Campus School

Advanced search

Programs Search is currently unavailable. Check back soon as we work to resolve the issue.

Become a student
Join our community and start your future today.

Stories and highlights

A student stands outside in front of an NSCC campus building and smiles at the camera while slightly tilting her head and folding her arms.
Apply now for student awards The application period for scholarships, bursaries and awards is now open for students starting or returning to programs in the 2023-24 academic year.
Hilary Ward stands in a construction workshop with a slight smile while wearing a t-shirt, overalls and protective eye wear and carrying a drill.
Hands-on learning in action Hilary Ward, a Construction Diploma student, is applying her learning at the Akerley Campus student housing construction site with Bird Construction.
A student wearing a turtleneck and glasses smiles while holding an iPad and standing in front of the Student Association Office at Ivany Campus.
A day in the life of an NSCC student What’s it actually like to be an NSCC student? Meet Ribi, a Business Administration student at Ivany Campus, and see how her typical day goes.
View all stories and highlights
A close up of ceremonial, beaded Mi’kmaw attire. A close up of ceremonial, beaded Mi’kmaw attire.

Land acknowledgement

NSCC is located in Mi’kma’ki, the unceded territory and traditional homeland of the Mi’kmaq Nation. Our relationship is based on a series of peace and friendship treaties between the Mi’kmaq Nation and the Crown, dating back to 1725.

As Treaty beneficiaries, we recognize that we are all Treaty People.


View all events

In the news

A red background and white text reads, "EE Online."
Nova Scotia Power funds award in honour of Doreen Parsons to support women in trades and technology at NSCC Nova Scotia Power announces new funding to support the Doreen Parsons Legacy Award, a scholarship for women studying trades and technology at NSCC.
Electric Energy Online
A woman is shown in a professional kitchen, wearing an apron and chef's hat as she focuses, preparing food.
SPICE Girls: New program for BIPOC and immigrant women breaks down barriers in food entrepreneurship Cassandra Downey (Culinary Management grad) pilots SPICE, a new organization combating inequality against BIPOC and immigrant women in the food service industry
A black background has a spray paint design and reads "Spark Creativity."
Spark Creativity Bursary at NSCC Global’s Eilish Bonang learns more about the recently announced Spark Creativity Student Bursary Fund through NSCC, dedicated to increasing access and equity in the creative industry for students from underrepresented communities.
Global News
View all news articles
Back to top