Visiting one of our campuses in Saranac Lake, Malone or Ticonderoga can be a big help in determining if North Country is the right place for you.
Call our admissions counselors to set up a personal appointment and tour.
888-TRY-NCCC or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tours – Personal and Group Tours generally begin with a quick meeting with an admissions counselor. A Student Ambassador will lead the tour from our admissions office and you will be able to view classrooms and labs, student services facilities such as our Learning Assistance Centers, the Library, The College Store (ask us about an Admissions discount!), dining facilities, athletics–including our Olympic size pool, gymnasium, team rooms and fitness center. Students interested in housing in Saranac Lake will also be able to tour inside a current student’s room in the residence halls at Payeville Lane.
Open House – The Office of Admissions holds Open Houses on all three campuses each semester. Open Houses typically include faculty and student panels, information sessions regarding residence life, academic program requirements, financial aid, learning assistance centers, and student-led campus tours. Open House is a great chance to see how you can Find Your Place at North Country Community College. The dates for these programs change, so look back here for more information as it’s available, or contact the admissions office at 888-TRY-NCCC or email@example.com
SPRING 2016 OPEN HOUSES
- Saranac Lake (Main Campus): Thanks for coming!
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- Friday, April 22nd, 2016 – 11am
- Malone: Sign Up Here!
- Thursday, May 5th, 2016 – 6pm
- Ticonderoga: Sign Up Here!
- Tuesday, May 10th, 2016 – 5pm
DIRECTIONS TO CAMPUS: Click the link to Google Maps.
New to the North Country? The Adirondack region is a spectacular setting that has attracted people from around the country and around the world for our long history of Olympic traditions, outdoor recreation, and vacation escapes. In the 1930s, it was even thought that the pure Saranac Lake air itself could be a treatment for tuberculosis! Read more about: