Increase Your Earning Potential
It’s our goal to support you and set you on an educational plan that is quick and is the most efficient path. Northeast can prepare you for a career, increase your value to your employer, ensure you meet your licensure requirements, and help you to achieve your professional or personal goals. We understand you have a busy life. You know what it means to balance life, family, and a career each day. Wherever you are in your journey we’re here for you. Now is the time to gain the skills to advance your career or start a new one.
Why a Degree or New Skill?
Earning a degree or learning a new skill can lead you to the next step in your professional career. Whether you’re looking to advance your career or start a new one, the time is now to start your success.
Degrees and Courses For Working Adults
Northeast Community College is the right place to complete your education. We promise you a smooth process, a friendly campus, and a life-changing experience. We offer many online programs that are 6- and 8-week courses, courses that allow stacking of credentials, and online courses that will fit your work schedule. Just because you can’t come to class, doesn’t mean you have to stop learning.
Find Your Path
Begin your search by filtering by career field, degree, or location.
Need More Flexibility?Explore Northeast's Online Learning Degrees
Paying For College
WE’RE COMMITTED TO SEEING YOU GRADUATE ON TIME, ON BUDGET AND ON TRACK TO SUCCEED.
Returning to college doesn’t mean taking on more debt. We encourage you to apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships to help with the cost. The Pell Grant assists undergraduate students who need financial help for their education, and like other grants, it does not have to be repaid.
To determine if you are Pell Grant eligible and to apply for financial aid, begin by submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Northeast’s Federal ID # is 002556.
Explore What We Have For You
In-Person and Online Support Services
Credit Transfer Options
NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE IN YOUR LIFE, NORTHEAST IS HERE FOR YOU. WE’LL HELP YOU APPLY YOUR PAST TO BETTER YOUR FUTURE.
Get your degree by earning credits for the skills and knowledge you already have: the perfect solution for busy adults. If you’ve already earned college credits, you could apply eligible credits toward a degree with Northeast. Show us what you’ve completed, and we’ll help you chart out a degree program to finish what you’ve started.
We have worked hard to establish transfer agreements to make the transition easier. Use the transfer guides on our website to find out how a specific program from one of our college articulation partners will transfer into a specific Northeast degree program.
Take The Next Steps
Getting ready for college can be easier than you think. The following are next steps to preparing for a career, increasing your value to your employer, ensuring you meet your licensure requirements, and helping you to achieve your professional or personal goals.
It's easy to apply to Northeast Community College. Northeast offers many choices in the liberal arts and sciences and career programs where you can graduate with a certificate, diploma or two-year associates degree. Day, evening, and online classes make an education at Northeast convenient and cost-effective.
Find out what free scholarship websites are available as most college financial aid offices have information on their websites. You should never have to pay to apply for a scholarship.
Northeast committed to helping you achieve your educational and career goals. Once enrolled, you will be assigned an Advising Team, made up of a First Year/Retention Advisor and a Program Advisor. Additionally, a Dean, Associate Dean, or Program Director are available to assist. First Year Advisors are assigned based on your program of study (major). Program Advisors are typically faculty within your program of study.
Our advisors work closely with you to plan your transfer from Northeast to other colleges and universities.
Records and Registration is responsible for maintaining the accuracy and security of academic records for the college. Northeast has partnered with Parchment Inc. to provide online transcript ordering.
How and where can I obtain a copy of my academic transcript from my school that closed?
Prior to closing, the school is required to make accommodations to allow you to access your academic records indefinitely. The school must communicate information about how to obtain your academic transcripts once the location has been determined.
ACT/SAT/ASSET/COMPASS are all placement tests. You will need at least one of these tests on file before you sign up for classes. Check with the College Testing Center for details about testing. Scores are good for up to five years.
It's never too late to explore your options. The Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid site offers many resources that can assist you along the way. You can view checklists, learn about financial support, apply for FAFSA, and much more.