At their August 24, 2021 meeting, the North Orange County Community College District’s Board of Trustees approved a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for all employees and students who attend classes on campus. All NOCCCD employees and students accessing District and college facilities will need to be fully vaccinated by November 1, 2021.
Are you looking for an opportunity to get involved at NOCE? Now is the time! Apply today for the NOCE Student Leadership Program to participate in school-wide events, surveys, planning committees, and more!
Starting August 9, 2021, all three NOCE Centers will be open to the public. Student services such as registration and counseling, etc. will be available by appointment. To make an appointment contact StarHelp. Walk-ins are welcome pending the availability of staff. Please call in advance to ensure an appointment.
The NOCE Business and Computer Skills Lab is now open for in-person appointments. The lab is available for students who need access to a computer, and software programs to complete course-related activities.
Plan Ahead for the 2021 Summer Session with NOCE
Let’s catch some sunshine and get closer to finishing our goals this summer! NOCE’s Summer Session is coming soon, so make sure to mark your calendars. Here are some important dates to remember:
Do you have an amazing instructor? You can nominate them as the Orange County Teacher of the year. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to let everyone know all that your instructors do for you and how they are changing your life.
Our Career Technical Education (CTE) Program has many course offerings to prepare you for the workforce this spring!
Need a laptop! NOCE can help! NOCE will be hosting more Laptop Loan Distribution events in January to help students prepare for the 2021 Spring Semester.
From January 5 – 14, NOCE will host the NOCE Connect to Success event – a pilot program that provides limited, in-person assistance at the Anaheim Campus to NOCE students.
Gain Job and Communication Skills with the New Personal Care Aide Program for English Language Learners.
The Career Resource Center (CRC) will be hosting a virtual Allied Health Workshop on November 18, 2020.
Work Skills for ESL Students A combination of language development and workforce preparation provides ESL students the skills to get a job and move into higher-wage jobs at a faster pace. Our Workforce Preparation classes help students look for, find, apply for jobs, and navigate the American workplace. Workforce Prep Classes Include: