Arts & Humanities Features
What makes us stand out?
- Proscenium Stage
- 550 Seats
- Light and Sound
- Control Booth
- Scene Shop
- Dressing Rooms
- Costume Room and Storage
- Courtyard Performance Space
- The Peter L Youngers Fine Arts Gallery hosts several exhibits each year, including the Facility Exhibit in December and the NJC Student Exhibit at the end of spring semester.
- The Tennant Art Gallery features a collection of western art.
- The William Sanderson Collection features work from William Sanderson who taught for many years at the University of Denver; he was an artist-in-residence at NJC during the 70s.
E.S. French Hall has drawing and design rooms, a ceramics/sculpture room with a kiln, and a printmaking room.
NJC has several music rooms for individual and group musical study.
It just makes sense.
We’ve been providing educational services to this area of Colorado for 65 years. While students from all over the state, country and world make their way to Sterling to study at NJC, it seems that many of our area students think they need to leave here to find ‘something better.’ When it comes to an overall academic product, campus atmosphere, and being in a place geared totally toward individual student success, you’d be hard pressed to find a college any better equipped or inviting than Northeastern. And, we can save you some money, too. The reality is, students who want a four year degree can complete two years at NJC, save some money and get a solid collegiate foundation under them in the way of an associate’s degree, and then go virtually anywhere they want to go and finish out an advanced degree. It makes a lot of sense. Consider the fact that recent statistics show that less than 40% of those students who start a four year college degree will ever
finish a four year college degree—so starting out at a two year college is just plain smart on your student’s part.
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