NCCC's Entricy Yearbook was first published in 1965, coinciding with the College's first graduating class. The name Entricy, pronounced: N-Tri-C, is a play on the College's nickname NCCC or N-Triple-C. The yearbooks document student life at NCCC from 1965 to 1979.
NCCC Briefs was a campus-wide bulletin distributed to students, staff, and faculty at NCCC from 1963 to 1975. The bulletins feature announcements and notices of various campus activities and events—from academic notifications to sports schedules; guest speakers to new faculty announcements.
These scrapbooks were compiled by NCCC students and staff over the years and highlight different facets of the College from the early 1960s through to the late 1980s. They contain photographs, news clippings, programs, autographs, and ephemera.
The NCCC Commencement Program Collection includes details on each college graduation ceremony from the very first graduating class of 1965 to present day 2016. Programs list the names of graduates and their degrees. There are details on the ceremony procession, including keynote speakers, as well as background on academic rituals such as the cap and gown.
These interviews of NCCC faculty, administrators, and Board of Trustees members were facilitated by Professor Emeritus Graham Millar in 1985. They recount significant events and developments relating to the College, as well as personal reflections by the interviewees.