A photo of a Career Center instructor helping a student set up their LinkedIn account.

Students may need other types of aid to continue and be successful in their programs.

NOCE is here for our students and proud to offer the following type of assistance.

Listed below are other aid opportunities that NOCE offers

  • Food

    Anaheim Campus Food Pantry logo

    NOCE offers students non-perishable food, fresh produce, day-to-day necessities, and resource information at the Anaheim Campus Food Pantry. 

     

     

    FOOD PANTRIES DURING COVID-19 

    Anaheim Food Pantry Drive Through logoNOCE Anaheim Campus is offering on-campus “drive-through” food distribution twice per month on Fridays

     

     

     

    ***Students must make a reservation to access food and personal hygiene items***

    To help our efforts in managing inventory, a weekly reservation will be required to participate. Registration is open for 5 days from Saturday to Wednesday for the following Friday distribution. After registration, you will receive a confirmation number and details including the location of the distribution.

    Visit the Food Pantry Page

    Need more information about calendar dates and where to sign up? Please visit the Anaheim Food Pantry Page

    The Anaheim Campus Food Pantry is located at: 

    1830 W. Romneya Drive, First Floor-Room 156, Anaheim, CA, 92801 

    Call: 714.808.4013  or E-mail: tvines@pohoc.org

     

    **While the NOCCCD food pantries are not at full capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students/employees in need of food can also visit the Pathways of Hope’s HUB of Hope Food Distribution Center. 

      • HUB of Hope located at611 S. Ford Avenue in Fullerton 
      • Distribution is Monday – Friday from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
      • Food is packed in advance, and students/employees can drive by and pick up a bag of food. 

    Click here for the Hub of Hope fliers: English Flier andSpanish Flier.

     

    Pathways of Hope Logo

    Pathways of Hope (POH) partners with NOCCCD to manage the food pantries at NOCE Anaheim Campus, Cypress College, and Fullerton College. POH also distributes food and offers appointments at the HUB of Hope in Fullerton. POH leads a community effort to provide access to food, shelter, and housing to those experiencing hunger and homelessness in North Orange County. They are committed to rebuilding the lives of the hungry and homeless through emergency food, resource distribution, emergency, and rapid re-housing, eviction prevention, and other initiatives designed to help people in need. POH offers programming under three strategic areas:

      • Prevention and Outreach: Distribution of food and basic needs/supplies, delivering meals to homebound clients, emergency utility/rental assistance, outreach resources, and service navigation.
      • Shelter and Housing: Two shelters in their  OnCampus Housing Program, rapid re-housing program, and permanent supportive housing.
      • Advocacy and Collaboration: Over 40 local congregations and community agencies partner with POH in helping address poverty, hunger, and homelessness.
    For more information visit Pathways of Hope
  • Emergency Aid Program

    Emergency Aid Available logoNOCE Fall Emergency Aid Program Opportunity for Students

    NOCE is pleased to offer students emergency aid due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students can now apply to receive aid in the form of available school and community resources, such as food vouchers, when available, to help them stay enrolled in classes and continue making progress toward completing their educational goals.

     

    Learn More on Emergency Aid

    For more information on how to sign up and frequently asked questions, please visit the Emergency Aid page.

     

  • NOCE Clothing Closet

    NOCE Helping Hand Clothing Closet offers professional attire to students who may not have the means to purchase clothing for the workforce. Students getting ready to graduate can select an outfit to interview and another work outfit. A variety of sizes for both men and women are available; additional accessories at the clothing closet include shoes, work bags/purses, jewelry, scarves, etc. The clothing closet is open to both men and women by appointment only.

    Individuals can donate professional attire to the NOCE Helping Hands Clothing Closet by appointment. Items such as blouses, skirts, pants, suits, jackets are welcome and must be in good condition. 

     

    To schedule an appointment, please contact: 

    Denise Mora, Career Resource Center Coordinator  

    Call: 714.808.4619 or E-mail: careerhelp@noce.edu 

  • Technology Loan Program

    Laptop Loan Program graphic

    Need a Laptop? NOCE Can Help! 

    NOCE students can check-out a loaner laptop computer to use for their online classwork.  

    NOCE hosts drive-in events during the year at the Anaheim Campus and Cypress Center for students to check-out a computer to use for their classwork!

     

    Student Eligibility: 

      • Students must be currently enrolled at NOCE  
      • Students must show proof of enrollment at time of laptop pick-up (Student ID/NOCE Access Card, Schedule/bill that lists student ID number and classes) 
      • Students must sign the Student Laptop Loan Agreement form before or at the distribution day. 
      • Last day to check-out a laptop for the fall semester is October 29, 2020

    For the next laptop distribution event dates, or to schedule appointments to return laptops, e-mail: laptoploan@noce.edu

  • NOCCCD Drive-Up Free Wifi

    NOCCCD District Wide Free Wifi

    Drive-Up WiFi Opens at NOCE Anaheim Campus to Facilitate Student Internet Access 

    To provide students with reliable internet access, Drive-Up WiFi is now available to currently enrolled students at all three District campuses in Anaheim, Fullerton, and Cypress. 

     

     

    Anaheim Campus WiFi

    For more information on when and where you can drive up to access free WiFi, please visit the Anaheim Campus WiFi page.