NOCE is Here To Support You! 

NOCE offers a variety of support services to help students successfully progress and complete their personal, career, and educational goals. 

Two NOCE counselors at a NOCE table helping a student
A photo of a NOCE counselor helping a student at a counseling appointment

Define your education plan. Get academic counseling. Make an easier transition to college. NOCE Counselors are here to help!

Academic Counseling⟶
A photo of a tutor helping a student with their assignment.

Need Tutoring? We Can Help! The NOCE Learning Centers offer in-person and online tutoring to NOCE students.

Academic Tutoring⟶
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It is for students who are interested in going to college after completing their studies at NOCE. 

Adult Career & College Transition Program⟶
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At NOCE, you will get resources and strategies to launch your career. Join our career readiness and skills workshops.

Career Services⟶
NOCE counselor posing with two students in their cap and gowns

Commencement is a graduation event to celebrate our students. Learn more about the event dates, costs, and grad-check requirements.

Commencement Ceremony⟶
A photo of a student reaching for a box of cereal at the Anaheim Campus food pantry.

Your health, well-being, and safety matter to NOCE. Please use this page as a starting point to get the help you need.

Community Resources⟶
DSS student recieving their certificate at the NOCE Student Success and Scholarship event

Disability Support Services provides support to adult students with disabilities so they can transition to, participate in, and complete their postsecondary education. Learn more about DSS services.

Disability Support Services⟶
Anaheim Food pantry logo

In collaboration with Pathways of Hope, NOCE provides students with non-perishable food, fresh produce, day-to-day necessities, and resource information at the Anaheim Campus Food Pantry.

Food Pantry⟶
The Grads to Be program logo

The Grads to Be Program is focused on supporting Undocumented, AB540, and DACA students by providing resources and services geared towards supporting their academic journey and well-being.

Grads To Be⟶
Mens blazers at the helping hand clothing closet

Graduating students can pick one interview outfit and one work day outfit to prepare them for the workplace.

Helping Hands Clothing Closet⟶
Straight Ally flag: Describes people who support the LGBTQIA+ community.

NOCE’s view is one of acceptance, empowerment, and celebration of what makes us unique. Check out our resource page.

LGBTQIA+ Resources ⟶
Two 2017 scholarship award winners

All students are encouraged to apply for scholarships. For details about scholarship opportunities and important dates visit:

Scholarship Program⟶
A group photo of the five 2019/2020 student leaders

The Student Leadership Program was created to develop leaders to be actively involved in their school. For more details about the program visit:

Student Leadership⟶
Student and teacher taking an award photo together.

The Student Succes and Scholarship event celebrates our program completers. For more details on important dates and requirements visit:

Student Success Event⟶
Student Technology Suppport Services.

The Student Technology Support Services provides tech support to students for NOCE technology like laptops.

Student Technology Support Services⟶
A photo of Fullerton College and Cypress College hosting a resource table at NOCE.

We have resources to support you in your career exploration or to set up a plan to continue your education into college or university.

Transition to College & Career⟶
NOCE Center's WiFi

NOCE provides students with reliable internet access to all currently enrolled students with eduroam.

WiFi Access⟶