Northern Christian College

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Northern Christian College
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Former names
Northern Luzon Christian College (1933-1946)
Motto "The Institution for Better Life"
Type Private, (Protestant) Christian College
Established June 10, 1933 (as Northern Luzon Christian College)
Affiliation United Church of Christ in the Philippines
President Ceasar I. Agnir, Ph.D.
Academic staff
Undergraduates Approx. 2000
Location Laoag City, Ilocos Norte,  Philippines
Colors Maroon and White         
Affiliations CHED

Northern Christian College is a post-secondary educational institution. Baccalaureate programs are offered in the fields of Liberal Arts, Ministry, Nursing, Teacher Education, Accountancy, and Commerce-Secretarial. The school also offers a master's degree program in Education. There are 80 members on the faculty, and student enrollment is approximately 2000.


Northern Christian College was first established as Northern Luzon Christian College in Vigan, Ilocos Sur in 1933. The college moved to Laoag City in 1943, but was closed the next year due to World War II. The school was reopened as Northern Christian College in 1946.


In 2007, NCC registered approximately 2000 undergraduate and graduate students. All programs in offered by NCC are recognized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and range from degrees (A.B., B.S., M.S., M.A., and Ph.D.) in several disciplines including:

Religious Affiliation[edit]

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the United Church of Christ in the Philippines.

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