CLU: Campus Life Update
The CLU: Campus Life Update,
designed to keep the campus community "CLU
ed into" what is happening at CCM, is published by the Office of Campus Life every other Wednesday during the academic year (September - May).
provides a bi-weekly overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs
. This includes lectures, films, bus excursions, performing arts presentations, concerts, cultural events, Planetarium shows,
as well as the Titans' athletics teams
In addition, special editions of the CLU
are published for the summer sessions and for the New Student Orientation program
held in August.
** The most recent CLU: C
pdate: September 21, 2016
The next CLU will be published October 5, 2016.
The CCM Student Handbook
The CCM Student Handbook attempts to answer the most common and frequently asked questions about the County College of Morris: its services, facilities, programs and activities, requirements and standards, rules and regulations.
The Handbook is updated and published online every semester. It is a great tool to help you, the CCM student, access information on specific questions or topics (see the Problem Solver section) that you may have in relation to your situation.
The most recent CCM Student Handbook: Fall Semester 2016
The Promethean, CCM’s arts and literary publication, is published and distributed to the College community each spring. The Promethean serves as an annual showcase for the best visual arts and literary works created by CCM students. All students currently enrolled at CCM are encouraged to submit materials for consideration. Since its inception, The Promethean has consistently won awards at the regional, national and international level.
The Youngtown Edition
, CCM’s student newspaper, is published every other Wednesday during the fall and spring semesters. It is published online here and is also distributed throughout campus.
The Youngtown Edition
, which has been published every semester since 1968, has won more awards from the New Jersey Press Association in the last 10 years than any other two-or four-year college newspaper in the state. It has once again earned Gold Medalist Status from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) in recognition of its overall excellence. The student newspaper also garnered several top-level honors from the NJCPA, the New Jersey Collegiate Press Association, in the 2015-2016 NJCPA College Newspaper Contest (link to story HERE
). The Youngtown Edition has won multiple awards in previous years as well.
** The most recent pdf version of The Youngtown Edition: