- You never know who you'll run into!
- 2014 alum Jake Newcomb working as A1 Head Audio Engineer for The Lost Colony at the Waterside Theater. The show, which at 80 years is the longest running outdoor symphonic drama, runs a surround sound theater system on the beach of the outer banks, Roanoke island.
- Congratulations to 2013 grad Kristin Spellman on being included in KTUL - Tulsa's Channel 8's Heartland EMMY Chapter nomination.
- Tuesday, May 16th NESCom welcomed students from 10 high schools throughout Maine and New Hampshire for a day of workshop sessions and a taping of The Nite Show, which was produced by the students working in Live Sound, Video Production, & Entertainment Production.
- Tomorrow, we'll welcome students from 10 high schools throughout Maine and New Hampshire for NESCom Alive 2017, a day of workshops that culminate with the producing of a special "High School" edition of The Nite Show.
- 2008 alum Josh Mason is hard at work at SeaWorld in Orlando as a hardware tech on the first Orlando-area virtual reality roller coaster. He's building the onride computers that will run the virtual reality component on the newly updated Kraken ride. #socool
- Our founder, George Wildey will receive an honorary doctorate at today's Husson University 2017 commencement. Here is is with NESCom Dean Marie Hansen and Husson President Robert Clark.
All New Student Applicants
It is necessary for all applicants to follow the steps below to be considered for admission to the New England School of Communications.
1. Students may apply to the New England School of Communications online (application fee is waived for all on-line applications). Another option is to complete the paper application for admission. Send the completed application, signed and dated, to NESCom, 1 College Circle, Bangor, ME 04401. A non-refundable application fee of $25.00 must accompany the application. A check or money order made out to NESCom is acceptable. If the fee does not accompany the application, the applicant will be billed.
2. Essay—All students must submit a brief essay (minimum 250 words) on any choice of topic. An essay written for a previous class is acceptable. If a prompt is desired: Please describe your particular interested, achievements or experiences that you believe are relevant to your application to the New England School of Communications and that make you a good candidate for admissions. You may wish to begin with some background information about yourself and your family. You may choose to submit your essay by email or by mail.
3. Contact your high school Guidance Office and request an official copy of your transcript to be sent to the Admissions Office at NESCom. A minimum GPA of 2.0 (or equivalent) is required for admission.
4. Two letters of recommendation from non-family members are required. Letters may be emailed if necessary. Copies of achievement awards (in and out of school) are also considered.
5. Submit official SAT or ACT scores. Please include NESCom’s college code when registering for the exam. NESCom’s SAT College Code is 3101 and ACT College Code is 1651. Please be sure the scores appear on an official document. Beginning for fall 2014 applications, SAT or ACT scores are required.
6. A passing General Equivalency Diploma (GED) is acceptable. An official transcript may be obtained by contacting your local adult education office. This must be the official document.
7. Once the application is received, the applicant is automatically scheduled for a mandatory interview and recommended campus tour. In some circumstances, it may be impossible for a student to visit the college for a personal interview and tour. Students who are unable to visit campus may schedule a telephone interview.
NESCom and a number of high schools in New England have articulation agreements allowing the student to earn college credit while in high school for certain technical courses. Agreements have been reached by the College and the high school outlining the specifications for credit. It is the student’s responsibility to notify the College in writing of their request for evaluation of articulation credit from the approved school.
In addition to the new student applicant requirements, home-schooled students who have not completed an accredited high school program must present a passing score on a GED exam.Husson University Campus in Bangor, Maine.