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Study while you work to advance your career in behavioural interventions.
Learn about starting at NSCC in January 2021.
African Nova-Scotian early childhood educators play an important role in shaping anti-racist communities.
More than $500,000 in awards funding has just been made available. Apply by October 16 through the NSCC Student Awards Portal.
NSCC Data Specialist Yeonha Park analyses research findings from multiple years of solar production data supported by the Community Solar Data Project.
Eskasoni's Kieran Wasuek Johnson is committed to a career in sustainable natural resources development.
Learn what to expect at Orientation, an online event from September 8-11 for new and returning students.
There are things you can do now to make sure you’re prepared to learn online in 2020-21.
NSCC Applied Research is embarking on projects to help communities throughout Nova Scotia.
The importance of Africentric learning and the positive influence it can have on students.
It's not too late to study at NSCC starting in September.
Learn about the support programs that are in place to help you prepare financially for the coming academic year.
Akerley Campus grad asks Nova Scotians to make a difference during pandemic by taking the ONE Garbage Bag Challenge.
Students from Ivany Campus’s music programs are launching a web series featuring performances, tutorials, music lessons and panel discussions from program alumni and other well-known local artists during pandemic.
Kingstec Campus Culinary Management student Joan Godsey is making to-go meals for the 300 commercial drivers of Eassons Transport Group in Kentville, NS., during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grads use music to spread happiness amid pandemic.
There are things we can do to take care of ourselves and each other – like these 6 daily practices.
NSCC student rises from suicide attempts to serve as mental health ambassador and ally.
NSCC grad helps one of the largest video game companies in the world gain international recognition for app.
Korean-born digital animator chases dream at Truro Campus.
North Preston grad inspires young leaders through sport.
When it comes to caring for your mental health and well-being, the small things are big things. Explore the small things you can do to feel your best.