NSCC hosts annual Open House on October 18
October 16, 2018 – Media Release
Who: Nova Scotia Community College
What: NSCC Open House (learn more)
Where: Each of NSCCs 13 campuses across the province (location info)
When: Thursday, October 18, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- EXPLORE - Visitors to NSCC Open House will enjoy exploring NSCC campuses, learn about over 130 programs, meet with faculty and students and enjoy interactive demonstrations.
- APPLY FOR FREE - We're waiving the application fee for Open House visitors.
- WIN $1,000 - When visitors apply during Open House, they'll be automatically entered to win $1,000 towards their tuition. Fourteen names (one name per campus, including NSCC's eCampus) will be chosen to win the $1000 tuition credit.
- WIN PRIZES – This year, visitors can enter to win sweet prizes when they take a photo at Open House and share it on social media using the Open House hashtag, #nsccOpenHouse. Prizes include one Microsoft Surface Pro, one iPad with Apple Pencil and AirPods, one Bose noise-cancelling headphones, three $500 Visa gift cards, and three NSCC swag bags.
"We're thrilled to welcome the community and prospective students to our campuses across the province," says NSCC President Don Bureaux. "NSCC Open House is an excellent opportunity for anyone who's ever wondered about what it's like to study at NSCC. With lots of exciting demonstrations and programs to explore, Open House is an event you won’t want to miss."
NSCC is committed to building Nova Scotia's economy and quality of life through education and innovation, transforming Nova Scotia one learner at a time. Serving the province through a network of 13 campuses, the College offers 130 plus programs in five academic schools — Access, Business, IT & Creative Industries, Health & Human Services, and Trades & Technology — reflecting labour market needs and opportunities in Nova Scotia. NSCC's primary goal: student success. In an annual survey of its graduates, the College has found 87% are employed, most in their field of choice, with 93% of those employed living and working in Nova Scotia.
For more information
Holly Arsenault, NSCC