Clubs & Organizations
Black Student Union
A club where the African American Student can obtain assistance, guidance, and direction concerning their transition to college life. Open to any student. Advisors: Will Brinson, G-242A, 716-614-6258 and Angela Jackson, G-225, 716-614-5979.
Cru at NCCC
The purpose of this chapter is to build movements of people who are transformed by Jesus Christ. The student-led movements seek to introduce students to Christ, help them to grow in faith, encourage them to passionately live life in a manner consistent with belief in the God of the Bible, and inspire commitment to advancing the purposes of God in the world. Advisor: Ryan Sessman, D-201, 716-614-6724
Native American Club
Meetings take place every Thursday in E-107 from 2-3 p.m. Advisor: Cory Hewitt, D-201, 716-614-6724
Provides informal peer group support to discuss concerns of sexual minorities. Advisor: Jesse Goldberg, A-134, 716-614-6741 and Laurie Johnston-Stickney, E-130, 716-614-6750.
The veterans club is open to all students and hosts events such as the Veterans Day Ceremony, overseas care packages, and fundraising to upgrade our Veterans Memorial Park (located near the main entrance of the campus). Advisor: Joseph Potalivo, B-103, 716-614-6283.
Below, you will find financial resources from NCCC to a national level which provide links to financial aid, workforce development, scholarships, and internship opportunities. Please check back as we continue to provide more information.
- NCCC Scholarships – Apply Now
- Purdue University Global – 45+ College Scholarships for Minority Students
- Diversity Scholarships – For Black, Indigenous, People of Color, Women, LGBTQIA+ students
- The Waller Scholarship – The Waller Scholarship is a renewable and competitive $5,000 award for graduating Niagara County Community College multicultural students interested in continuing their education at Niagara University.
The Waller Scholarship will offer four talented multicultural graduates from NCCC the financial resources they may need to earn a bachelor’s degree at NU. The $5,000 scholarship can be combined with Niagara’s merit-based award incentives (between $13,000 to $20,000 per year) and other financial aid opportunities to make a university education accessible and affordable to all.
To learn more, contact Will Brinson at 716.614.6258 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- The State Education Department: NYS Aid to Native Americans
- Native American SUNY: Western Consortium – Partnerships for Native American Student Support in Higher Education
- Native American Community Services: Workforce Development Program (nacswny.org)
|COM 210: Intercultural Communication||3||Spring 2021||Surdyke|
|HIS 210: Native American History||OW / AH||3||Fall 2021 or Spring 2022||Fisher|
|HIS 255: Holocausts: From Rome to Rwanda||SS||3||Spring 2021||Clarcq|
|HON 103: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion||1||Spring 2021||Lange|
|HUS/EDU 120 Disabilities: Birth Through Adolescence||3||Spring 2021||Oberjosh/Hamilton|
|HUS/EDU 210 Anti-Bias in Early Childhood Education||3||Spring 2021||Gress|
|HUS 122 Disabilities & Aging||OER||3||Spring 2021||Oberjosh|
|HUS 217 Diversity in Chemical Dependency Counseling||OER||3||Spring 2021||Oberjosh|
|LIT 222: Contemporary World Literature||H||3||Spring 2021||Pietrzykowski|
|LIT 231: African American Literature||H||3||Fall 2021||Varies|
|LIT 233: Native American Literature||H||3||Spring 2021||Sharma|
|MUS 130: Urban Music: BeBop to Hip-Hop||AR||3||Fall 2021 as CAP course in Lockport HS|
|SOC 203: Social Problems (spring ’21 by A. Pollard)||SS||3||Spring 2021||Pollard|
|SOC 260: Sociology of the Family||SS||3||Spring 2021||Pollard|
|SOC 270: Community Studies||SS||3||Spring 2021||Johnson|
|SSC 111: Gender, Sexuality and Culture||Spring 2021||Oberjosh|
|THA 110: Black Drama and Film||AR / H||3||Fall 2021||Buffamanti|
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Chief Diversity and Equity Officer