Norwalk Community College


Address: 188 Richards Avenue; Norwalk, CT 06854
Phone: (203) 857-7060
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Norwalk Community College is a leader and partner in the academic- economic- and cultural life of Southwest Fairfield County- providing comprehensive- accessible- innovative- and affordable learning opportunities to diverse populations. To realize this distinctive mission- Norwalk Community College: •provides a broad range of credit and non-credit liberal arts and sciences- career- and technical associate degree and certificate programs leading to transfer- employment- and lifelong learning; •supports economic development through partnerships with labor- business- industry- government and our communities- providing workforce development- business development- and technology training; •promotes success and inclusion through a stimulating- nurturing learning environment- high quality instruction- support services and co-curricular activities; •builds community through the sponsorship of intellectual- cultural- social and recreational events and activities; •engages students and community members to become active and responsible leaders in their communities.
Type of School: 
Public, 2-year
Percent applicants admitted: 
N/A
Size: 
Total students: 6,685
Total undergrads: 6,685
1st-time degree-seeking freshmen: 931
Graduate enrollment: 0
Award of less than 1 academic year
Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years
Associate's degree
First-professional certificate
N/A
 
Living on-campus
Living at home
Commuting
In-state tuition:
N/A
$8,050
$16,650
Out-of-state tuition:
N/A
$14,410
$23,010
Room and board:
N/A
N/A
N/A
Books and supplies:
$1,200
$1,200
$1,200
 
 
 
Undergraduates
Graduates
Cost per credit hour
(state):
$118
N/A
Cost per credit hour
(out-of-state):
$354
N/A
Academic/career counseling service
Distance learning opportunities
Employment services for students
Library facilities at institution
On-campus day care for students children
Placement services for completers
Remedial services
Weekend/evening college
Women:
59%
Men:
41%
American Indian/Alaskan:
<1%
Asian/Pacific Islander:
4%
Black/Non-Hispanic:
16%
Hispanic:
22%
White/Non-Hispanic:
41%
Non-Resident Alien:
3%
Race/Ethnicity unreported:
14%
N/A