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Stories and highlights

Quinn Legg stands near a car with an open hood and looks to his right while holding a wrench and smiling.
A standing ovation for valedictorian Quinn Legg shared an emotional and impactful valedictorian speech about his journey as a transgender person and his experience at NSCC during convocation.
Chelsea, a Marine Navigation Technology student, stands in front of a campus and looks at the camera while smiling.
A day in the life of a Marine Navigation Technology student After completing the Bridge Watch Rating program in 2020, Chelsea worked as a deckhand. Chelsea has returned to NSCC and aims to further her career by becoming a mate. Learn what a day in Chelsea’s life at NSCC is like.
A student wearing a turtleneck, cardigan, earrings, glasses and a backpack stands in front of an NSCC campus with her arms crossed and smiles at the camera.
$3M in student awards annually We offer student awards, scholarships and bursaries to help cover the cost of your studies. Learn how and when to apply.
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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.

In the news

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Skills competition helping aspiring young tradespeople in N.S. get ahead Each spring, Skills Nova Scotia hosts their Nova Scotia Skills Competition at multiple NSCC campuses, providing students the opportunity to showcase their skills in trades and technology, while businesses scout upcoming talent.
City News Halifax
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Lead singer of band behind 'Who Let the Dogs Out' releases single through NSCC Music Business Program Dyson Knight, member of the Baha Men who are best known for their hit song, Who Let the Dogs Out?, is studying Music Business at Ivany Campus, to better understand the science behind music production.
CTV News Atlantic
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NSCC and Irving Shipbuilding Centre of Excellence launch new pathways program for People of African Descent NSCC and Irving Shipbuilding launched a new cohort to support students of African Descent studying Metal Fabrication at Akerley Campus.
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