Danbury Campus Resources

We're Here For You!

The Danbury staff is here to answer your questions.

The Danbury Campus building is open for students:
Monday through Friday 8 am - 5 pm

We are also available Monday - Friday to virtually assist you by:

Email:  nvccdanburycampus@nv.edu 

Phone: 203-437-9699 (We will be checking voicemail throughout the day Monday -Friday.)

For Frequently Asked Questions about classes and COVID-19 visit: nv.edu/studentfaqs.
For the latest COVID-19 information visit www.nv.edu/covid-19.
For the complete list of academic support services as well as community resources visit  nv.edu/virtualsupport.


Greater Danbury Virtual Job Fair
June 22, 2021, from 10:00 a.m.to 2:00 p.m.

Sponsored by the Northwest Regional Workforce Investment Board Hosted by The Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce Job Seekers will meet virtually with multiple local businesses in various industries. Visit their online booths and talk with them in real-time about their available job opportunities.

How to Register:

  1. Click here to Register
  2. Fill out your information including your name and email address. Reminders will be sent via email before the event.
  3. Upload your resume in PDF format (optional-but preferred)
  4. Click Create Account to complete your registration.

Click here to see a virtual booth.

If you have any questions or concerns, contact us at info@danburychamber.com or 203-743-5565. We are looking forward to a successful event.

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COVID-19 Danbury Resources

COVID-19 Danbury Community Resources

Nuvance Health:
To donate PPE call 203-739-7227 this is the foundation office. If you have volunteers that are retired nurses, individuals with clinical background and or volunteers to translate please call 203-460-0289

Northwest Regional Workforce Board 
Visit www.nrwib.org and click on jobseekers to visit employers currently looking to increase staff due to COVID-19.

Community Action Agency: 66 North Street

Salvation Army: 15 Foster street

Facebook Page It Takes a Village COVID-19 Danbury Outreach 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/142722763713100/ • KEY FOOD SAFETY MESSAGE: 

Since, it is believed that cooking can kill viruses, it is recommended that the high-risk population (especially under current circumstances) such as immunocompromised hosts and seniors, avoid the consumption of RAW produce. Source: https://blog.extension.uconn.edu/2020/03/26/food-safety-and-covid-19/

Access the Danbury Food Pantry Guide https://www.uwwesternct.org/danburyfoodcollaborative

Access the Mobile Food Pantry Schedule http://www.ctfoodbank.org 

COVID-19 Agency Needs in Northern Fairfield County https://uwwesternct.galaxydigital.com/blog/display/?blog_id=16618

Free Financial Coaching: Alice Save and Trust Financial Partners are collaborating to offer free financial coachin online or by phone.  For a free 30-minute session text Alice Saves to 646-349-5959.

Danbury Library: NVCC students have access to the following free services:

  • Free downloadable e-books, music, and movies.  
  • Visit: http://danburylibrary.evanced.info/signup/calendar and register for your choice of free virtual programs. Workshops include: job search strategies given by a career coach, cooking, meditation, nutrition and health, music performance, author discussions, gardening and many more.
  • Free access to New York Times fiction and non-fiction best sellers, test preparation, job application and interview preparation books in print.  
  • Visit: http://danburylibrary.org/job-seekers for free online job databases and support services including: math and writing tutoring, resume and interview coaching, collaborative activities for class assignments, and free whiteboard for sharing. 
  • Call 203-797-4505 or email comments@danburylibrary.org with your questions.  
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Where to eat

Where to Eat

An array of restaurants are within walking distance of campus and a number of them offer discounts to NVCC students. New vending machines are also available on campus.

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Where to study/library

Where to study and about the library

Located on the second floor in D201, the ACE and Library offers fourteen computers, a collection of books for studying and lending while on campus. Students have access to free tutoring and third floors which can be reserved via the Administrative Office. The Danbury Public Library is also available across the street for quiet study use. 

There are a number of library services available to you when you’re working on your research and projects. Access any of the library's online articles and ebooks through myCommnet and clicking on the Library tab once you're logged in. Reserve textbooks are also available at the ACE/Multipurpose room on the 2nd floor. NVCC students can also borrow books at the Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) Library. The WCSU Library asks that you bring proof of current NVCC student status (such as a cashier's receipt) and complete their registration form the first time you visit. The Danbury Public Library is also available across the street for book lending and quiet study use.
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Parking and security

Parking and Security

Free parking is available to registered students in the Terence E. McNally Patriot Garage, located at 21 Delay Street. All students are required to display a parking tag for the Danbury Parking Authority. Parking tags and stamp validation are available at the front desk NVCC's Danbury Campus at 190 Main Street. Identification cards are available for all registered students. Visit the Administrative Offices for details. A security officer is on duty during Danbury Campus class times and business hours. Emergencies should be reported by calling 911.
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Free bus service

Free Bus Service

All NVCC students enrolled in credit courses in Danbury are eligible for free, unlimited rides on HARTransit buses through the NVRides program. Passes are good for the entire semester and are available in the Administrative Offices of the Danbury Campus.

Students can now travel to the Waterbury campus via Peter Pan bus lines. Tickets are available for purchasing at a fraction of the cost. Visit the Administrative office for details.

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Weather-related closings

Weather-Related Campus Closings

When the NVCC Waterbury campus is closed, has a late opening or early dismissal, Danbury classes will follow the same schedule. Any decisions related to closings are made by the NVCC administration. To receive emergency and weather-related delays and closings texted to your cell phone, sign up for myCommNet Alert.

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Community Resources

Community Resources & Support

Contact info

Have Questions About Applying, Registration or General Admissions Inquiries About Our Danbury Campus? Contact:

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Martha Charris
Assistant Director of Admissions
203-437-9638 (p)
203-798-9682 (f)
190 Main Street
Danbury, CT 06810
Scott J. Farrell
Assistant Director of Admissions
203-437-9653 (p)
203-798-9682 (f)
Room: 3rd Floor, D311
190 Main Street
Danbury, CT 06810
Alexandra Lopes
Academic Advisor/Retention Specialist
203-437-9640 (p)
203-798-9682 (f)
190 Main Street
Danbury, CT 06810
Students with disabilities

For counseling and support for students with learning disabilities, contact:

Terry Latella
Counselor and Coordinator for Students with Learning Disabilities
203-596-8608 (p)
750 Chase Parkway
Waterbury, CT 06708
Tammy MacBrien Downs
203-437-9652 (p)
203-798-9862 (f)
Room: D309
190 Main Street
Danbury, CT 06810
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Accuplacer test

Accuplacer Test

For more information on the Accuplacer, visit our testing page. To schedule an appointment for Accuplacer testing at the Danbury Campus, call: 203-437-9660.

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