The College has a computer class for 32 people with a dedicated Internet line, videoconference centre, library of 30 000 books, a conference hall for 100 people, a canteen and dormitory.
The College carries out researches into the issues of multi-cultural society, relations between national minorities, Slavonic and Estonian language contacts, multilingualism, inter-cultural relations. Since the main task of the College is to give pedagogical education, it also deals with developing methods of language teaching, comparing different methodological schools of language teaching, different researches in the fields of pre-school and school education, psychology, social pedagogy.
Narva College has several students’ clubs and associations – Scientific Association, Theatre Club and language clubs. Students interests are protected by Narva College Student Council. 25th of January is celebrated as Tatyana´s Day in Narva. This evening students go on a torch march along the main street of the town and then the freshmen receive blue-yellow caps of Narva College.