NCC Fall Semester
For the Fall, under the guidance of State and County officials, and placing health and safety first, NCC will provide the majority of courses that can be instructed remotely or online in this format. Courses that have critical components and require face-to-face instruction, including classes with lab components that cannot easily be replicated remotely, will be instructed on-campus in a face-to-face format following appropriate health and safety guidelines and procedures to maintain the safety of the NCC community.
The mission of the Nassau Community College Center for Catholic Studies is to provide to the College and to the outside community a clear understanding of Catholic intellectual, academic, and social thought, as it relates to scholarship, social policy formulations, and the mission of higher education. The existence of the Center exemplifies the commitment of Nassau Community College to the principle of “multiculturalism,” i.e., the attempt to be as inclusive as possible in incorporating serious bodies of knowledge and worldviews for purposes of debate and discussion and the movement toward the creation of the “Good Society.” The Center’s activities are understood to be seen as enriching the intellectual and moral discourse taking place within the campus and outside community. Over the first eight and a half years of its existence (2000-9), the educational activities of the Center for Catholic Studies have involved, among other miscellaneous endeavors, the following:
The above educational activities are documented in the series of Center Update Newsletters starting from the academic year 2000-1 to the present. They have been subsidized heavily through tax deductible contributions made through the generous donations of philanthropic organizations and individual citizens. Over its first eight and one half-years of existence, $80,000 has been donated to the Center. As of the spring 2009, the Center will proceed with the development of various credit-bearing courses in the contemporary and burgeoning field of Catholic Studies.
For more information about the Center contact:
Director- Dr. Joseph Varacalli