Niagara County Community College was founded on November 8, 1962 as the 25th State University of New York-chartered two-year College. The first classes were held in October 1963 at the original Niagara Falls campus which was a former Nabisco Shredded Wheat factory. The college soon outgrew its grounds and built a state of the art, eight building campus in Sanborn--the geographical center of Niagara County in 1973.

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  • NCCC Annual Reports [53]

    Annual Reports of the College featuring detailed information on the College and its growth. Student, faculty, and staff accomplishments are highlighted. The reports are a summary of each academic year, encompassing enrollment ...
  • NCCC Archives [2]

    Publications from the NCCC Archives
  • NCCC Catalogs [30]

    The catalogs contain information on academic programs, course descriptions, academic policies, and degree requirements.
  • NCCC Commencement Programs [15]

    Programs from NCCC Graduation Ceremonies
  • NCCC Yearbooks [15]

    NCCC's Yearbook, "Entricy"

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