I'm a second-year/ 6th-semester student at NCC. It's a fairly small college, which means it feels a lot like my high school. Class sizes average about 25 students, with most students fresh out of high school, or much older students returning to school for a higher education. I've loved being able to take advantage of winter and summer semesters, however, the tuition isn't covered by financial aid for those semesters. Clubs are student-run, and every club I've joined has not lasted more than a few meetings which is unfortunate.
The school is well-known for its Nursing program and boasts about being a two-year program, however, the prereqs for the "two-year program" require an extra three or more semesters. Most other schools I've looked into do not have this problem.
All in all, the school is great. Cheap, close by, and gives you a great value education.