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Admissions Policy for Undocumented Applicants

Individuals who do not hold a non-immigrant visa can be admitted to the college if they:

1) Can provide proof of entrance into the United States before the age of 16 and are under the age of 35
2) Provide proof of having resided in the United States for at least five years without interruption
3) Provide proof of having graduated from an American high school or obtaining a GED or equivalent, or if they meet other conditional admissions requirements.

Undocumented individuals who satisfy those requirements would pay the out-of-state tuition rate regardless of whether they reside in Morris County, New Jersey, or another state entirely.

The college continues to reserve the right to refuse admission to any applicant where there is evidence that the individual would endanger the health or safety of himself/herself or others.
Undocumented students may apply for any major of study offered at CCM, but must understand that certain majors require criminal background checks and if a student does not possess a Social Security Number by that time, they will not be permitted to continue in that program.

If you have any further questions, you may send an inquiry to our e-mail address, admiss@ccm.edu