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January 11, 2013

NECC offering walk-in enrollment for spring

HAVERHILL — The spring semester at Northern Essex Community College begins Wednesday, Jan. 23, and it’s not too late to register for courses that will lead toward a degree or a certificate.

There will be special walk-in hours tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the One Stop Student Services Center on the Haverhill campus, 100 Elliott St.

All interested students are also invited tomorrow to attend an information session at noon where information about programs, courses, careers, financial aid and more will be available.

Northern Essex offers more than 70 associate degrees and certificates in fields such as liberal arts, health care, criminal justice, computer science, paralegal, technology and engineering, arts and design, paralegal studies and more. Classes and programs are offered days, evenings and weekends as well as online. Campuses are in Haverhill and Lawrence.

For more information, contact enrollment services at Northern Essex at 978-556-3700 or admissions@necc.mass.edu or visit www.necc.mass.edu. To see all the courses offered this spring, go to www.necc.mass.edu/academics/courses-programs/course-search/.

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