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Following are some of the upcoming events and programs for current CCM students, sponsored by the Office of Campus Life, various student services offices, student clubs and organizations, CCM performing arts (drama, dance, music), new student orientation, the CCM Planetarium and the Special Events Office. This listing is updated on a regular basis, so check back often.

Upcoming Events is maintained by the Office of Campus Life.
 
Other items of interest: 

NOW: The “CLU: Campus Life Update” Published
  • Details: The CLU provides a bi-weekly overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs. This includes lectures, films, meetings, bus excursions, performing arts presentations (music, drama, dance), concerts, cultural events, Planetarium shows, as well as the Titans' athletics schedule. 
  • Check it out! Look for copies of it in various distribution areas located throughout campus.


Monday, March 27 through Friday, March 31: Academic Advisement Week
  • Details: Current students - take advantage of priority registration!  Attend your department’s advisement week session to obtain advisement clearance for fall 2017 registration. Get all the classes you want at the times you want them. Register early; pay your bill later.
  • Locations & Times: Check schedule for times and locations. Click HERE for information on Advisement Week and a schedule of events.
  • Open to: all current students.
  • Coordinated by: CCM's Academic Advisement Office
 
 

Tuesday, March 28CCM Asian Student Association’s “Asia Fest”

  • Details: Join the ASA at its “Asia Fest” program, featuring food, music, games, dancing and more! They’ll be ringing in the Chinese New Year (Year of the Rooster) and celebrating other Asian cultures as well. There might even be Dragon and Lion Dancing.
  • Location: Student Center Lounge
  • Time: 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.  (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to: all students and the campus community
  • Sponsored by: The Asian Student Association
 
 

Tuesday, March 28: PTK's "President's Coffee"

  • Details: CCM's honor society, Phi Theta Kappa, is hosting its spring semester’s “President's Coffee” for prospective members. Learn more about what PTK has to offer. Dr. Anthony J. Iacono, CCM's President, is scheduled to be the featured speaker. 
  • Time: 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. (College Activity Hour)
  • Location: Student Center, Davidson Room SCC 234D
  • Coordinated by: Phi Theta Kappa, Alpha Kappa Kappa Chapter
 
 

Tuesday, March 28CCF’s “Pizza & God”

  • Details: Bring your thoughts and your appetite and tell us what you think. Does God exist? Who is God? Thought provoking conversation and free pizza too!
  • Time: 12:30 pm  - 1:45 pm (College Activity Hour)
  • Location: Learning Resource Center, LRC 121
  • Open to: all CCM students
  • Sponsored by: Campus Christian Fellowship (CCF)


Tuesday, March 28:
Workshop: “Match Your Major and Career with Your Personality?
  • Details: John Holland’s Theory of Career Choice maintains that people who choose to work in an environment similar to their personality type are more likely to be successful and satisfied. Through group activity this workshop will allow you to discover your unique Holland personality type and teach you how to apply this information to making more meaningful career and personal choices.   
  • Location: Cohen Hall, Room CH 271
  • Time: 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.  (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to: all students. Students who are interested in attending can call the Counseling and Student Success Office at 973- 328-5140 to get more information.
 
 

Wednesday, March 29:  The Youngtown Edition Published

  • Details: CCM’s award-winning student newspaper, The Youngtown Edition, publishes its fifth issue of the spring 2017 semester on Wednesday, March 29. Look for copies of it in the YE’s distribution bins located throughout campus.
 
 

Thursday, March 30:  PTK Blood Drive

  • Details: Phi Theta Kappa, in conjunction with the Community Blood Council of NJ and CCM Health Services, is sponsoring a “Blood Drive”. Please donate!
  • Location: Student Community Center
  • Time: 11 am – 4 pm
  • Open to: the CCM campus community
  • Coordinated by: Alpha Kappa Kappa, CCM’s Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society 
 
 

Tuesday, April 4:  PTK’s “Unity Day” Event

  • Details: PTK, CCM’s honor society, is once again coordinating the “Unity Day” event. Watch for details. .
  • Location: Student Center’s Plaza (Rain site: SCC Davidson Room 234 A & B) 
  • Time: 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to:  all CCM students
  • Coordinated by: Alpha Kappa Kappa, CCM’s Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society 
 
 

Tuesday, April 4:  Computer Science Club’s ‘Intro to Python’

  • Details: Come learn how to code. All are welcome to attend. Bring your laptops. Free refreshments.
  • Location: Student Center’s Davidson Room 234 C 
  • Time: 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.  (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to: CCM students, faculty and staff. No experience necessary.
  • Sponsored by: The Computer Science Club
 
 

Wednesday, April 5: The “CLU: Campus Life Update” Published

  • Details: The CLU provides a bi-weekly overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs. This includes lectures, films, meetings, bus excursions, performing arts presentations (music, drama, dance), concerts, cultural events, Planetarium shows, as well as the Titans' athletics schedule. 
  • Check it out! Look for copies of it in various distribution areas located throughout campus.

 

 

Wednesday, April 5: Film Presentation: “Stories of the Mind”

  • Details: There will be a screening of the movie “Stories of the Mind”. Snacks will be provided.
  • Time: 2:00 pm
  • Location: Cohen Hall, Room CH 124
  • Sponsored by: CCM Active Minds, the Psychology Club and the CCM Disability Awareness Committee. For additional information, please contact Dr. Loren Stoler at lstoler@ccm.edu

 

 

Wednesday, April 5 – Saturday, April 8: CCM Performing Arts Musical: “The Little Mermaid

  • Details: The spring semester’s CCM Performing Arts Musical production is The Little Mermaid. In the musical adaptation of Disney's 1989 film, a curious young mermaid falls for a handsome human prince and agrees to a dangerous bargain with a powerful sea witch in exchange for legs and a chance to live with the prince on land.
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: SCC Dragonetti Auditorium
  • Tickets: General Admission $15; CCM Students, Children under 12 yrs. and Seniors 62 yrs. and over: $10. On sale at the SCC Information Window, online and at the door.
  • Presented by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department (973-328-5427)

 

 

Friday, April 7: CCM Bus Trip to Philadelphia’s Mutter Museum

  • Details: America's finest museum of medical history, the Mütter displays its beautifully preserved collections of anatomical specimens, models, and medical instruments in a 19th century "cabinet museum" setting. The goal of the Museum is to help the public understand the mysteries and beauty of the human body while appreciating the history of diagnosis and treatment of disease.
  • Cost: $10 CCM students (with valid spring 2017 ID card), $15 guests. On sale at the SCC Information Window (cash or check only).
  • CCM Event Participant's Hold Harmless Form (must be completed by all CCM bus trip participants prior to the trip)
  • Time: Bus leaves CCM at 9:30 a.m. and leaves Philly at 2:30 p.m.
  • Sponsored by: CCM Women in STEM Club

 

 

Saturday, April 8: CCM Performing Arts Musical: “The Little Mermaid” Matinee Performance

  • Details: The spring semester’s CCM Performing Arts Musical production is The Little Mermaid. In the musical adaptation of Disney's 1989 film, a curious young mermaid falls for a handsome human prince and agrees to a dangerous bargain with a powerful sea witch in exchange for legs and a chance to live with the prince on land.
  • Time: 2:00 pm
  • Location: SCC Dragonetti Auditorium
  • Tickets: General Admission $15; CCM Students, Children under 12 yrs. and Seniors 62 yrs. and over: $10. On sale at the SCC Information Window, at the door and online.
  • Presented by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department (973-328-5427)

 

Tuesday, April 11: CCM Gourmet Club’s Bus Trip: Culinary Institute of America (CIA)

  • Details: Join the CCM Gourmet Club on its annual trek to Hyde Park, NY, to visit the CIA. After the tour of the facilities, there will be a gourmet lunch at the famed Caterina de Medici Ristorante.
  • Tickets: $15 CCM students (with valid spring 2017 ID), $20 guest (one per student).  Includes tour, meal and roundtrip bus transportation. On sale at the SCC Information Window starting Tuesday, March 7 (cash or check only).
  • CCM Event Participant's Hold Harmless Form (must be completed by all CCM bus trip participants)
  • Time: Bus leaves CCM at 7:45 a.m. from in front of the H/PE Building; bus departs CIA campus at 1:30 pm. 
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Gourmet Club


 

Wednesday, April 12:  The Youngtown Edition Published

  • Details: CCM’s award-winning student newspaper, The Youngtown Edition, publishes its sixth issue of the spring 2017 semester on Wednesday, April 12. Look for copies of it in the YE’s distribution bins located throughout campus.
 
 

Wednesday, April 12: Spring Semester Job Fair 

  • Details: CCM students: need a job? Need a better job? Then come to CCM Job Fair: full-time, part-time and summer positions. The listing of the Job Fair participants is HERE.
  • Location: Student Center Davidson Rooms
  • Time: 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
  • Open to: all students.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education
 
 

Wednesday, April 12: Alpha Beta Gamma Induction Ceremony 

  • Details: A dinner reception for ABG inductees and guests will be held immediately following the Alpha Beta Gamma Honor Society Induction Ceremony.
  • Location: Meadow Wood Manor, Randolph
  • Time: 6:00 p.m.
  • By invitation
  • Sponsored by: RHO Chapter of Alpha Beta Gamma, the National Business Honor Society for Two-Year Colleges 
 
 

Wednesday, April 12: Sigma Chi Eta Induction Ceremony 

  • Details: A reception for inductees and guests will be held immediately following the Sigma Chi Eta Honor Society Induction Ceremony .
  • Location: Student Center's Davidson Rooms
  • Time: 7:00 p.m. (Inductees need to be there at 6:30 p.m.)
  • By invitation
  • Sponsored by: The Alpha Omicron Chapter of Sigma Chi Eta, the Communication Honor Society
 
 

Thursday, April 13: Deadline for CCM Student Association Elections Petitions/Forms

 

·        Interested in serving your fellow students? If so, then run for a CCM Student Association position. The CCM Student Association will be holding online voting to elect students to serve on CCM’s Student Government (President, Vice-president, Secretary, Treasurer and 7 Senators), the Judicial Board (3 Members), the Student Activities Programming Board/SAPB (President, Vice-president, Communications Coordinator, Public Relations Coordinator and Treasurer) and the Alumni Representative to the CCM Board of Trustees.

·        For more information and to pick up your paperwork (deadline is April 13), stop by the Office of Campus Life, SCC 226.

 
 

Thursday, April 13: EOF’s 10th Annual "Tricky Tray Scholarship Fundraiser”

  • Details: Help support the Educational Opportunity Fund’s Scholarship Fund: take a chance (or two or fifteen) to try to ‘win’ one of many great baskets of goodies.
  • Location: Student Center Lobby
  • Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Tickets: $1 each; $5 for six; $10 for 15. Winners will be contacted.
  • Open to: the CCM campus community
  • Sponsored by: The EOF Office, the EOF Community Advisory Board and the EOF Student Alliance 
 
 

Thursday, April 13: Workshop: “How to Deal with Anxiety”

  • Details: Feeling overwhelmed and stressed? Find relief from common everyday anxiety that can rob you of your ability to focus, study and do well. Various techniques will be offered to help reduce stress, anxiety, and the symptoms associated with it.   
  • Location: Cohen Hall, Room CH 263
  • Time: 12:30 pm  – 1:40 pm (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to: all students. Students who are interested in attending can call the Counseling and Student Success Office at 973-328-5140 to get more information.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Counseling and Student Success
 
 

Thursday, April 13: Volleyball Tournament Fundraiser

  • Details: Get a group of friends, acquaintances, fellow classmates, etc. together (6 players per team, plus one optional substitute), and come on out to play some volleyball. There will be snacks, drinks, music and more. Limited team slots available. Double elimination format. Prize for first place. Sign-up at the Student Center’s Information Window.
  • Location: H/PE Building (Gym)
  • Time: Practice starts at 5:00 p.m.; Games starts at 6:00 p.m.
  • Cost: $35 per team.  All proceeds will be donated to charity (Ronald McDonald House).
  • Open to:  CCM campus community
  • Sponsored by: the CCM Biology/Chemistry Club
 
 
Friday, April 14: County College of Morris Closed
  • Details: CCM will be closed in observance of Good Friday.
 
 

Tuesday, April 18:  Inter-Club Council (ICC) Meeting

  • Details: Join your fellow student leaders at this monthly ICC meeting, the last one of the spring semester. Sign-up at the Campus Life Office, SCC 226 by Friday, April 14.
  • Location: Student Center, ‘Magic Room’ SCC 233
  • Time: 1:00 – 1:45 p.m. (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to: all CCM student leaders.
  • Sponsored by: The ICC, SGA and Campus Life Office 
 
 

Wednesday, April 19: The “CLU: Campus Life Update” Published

  • Details: The CLU provides a bi-weekly overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs. This includes lectures, films, meetings, bus excursions, performing arts presentations (music, drama, dance), concerts, cultural events, Planetarium shows, as well as the Titans' athletics schedule. Check it out! Look for copies of it in various distribution areas located throughout campus.
 
 

Friday, April 21CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday,
April 22CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday,
April 22CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 5 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076
 
 

Tuesday, April 25 – Thursday, April 27: CCM Student Association Elections

 

·        VOTE: The CCM Student Association is holding online voting to elect students to serve on CCM’s Student Government (President, Vice-president, Secretary, Treasurer and 7 Senators), the Judicial Board (3 Members), the Student Activities Programming Board/SAPB (President, Vice-president, Communications Coordinator, Public Relations Coordinator and Treasurer) and the Alumni Representative to the CCM Board of Trustees.

·        How to Vote: Polls will open on Tuesday, April 25 at 9 am, and will close on Thursday, April 27 at 6 pm.

To vote go to:
https://courses.ccm.edu/

This is what you type in:

·        User:  your username
Password:  your password

Instructions:
- Log on to Blackboard. - Click on the hyperlink for Student Government Associations, on the left there is a tab that says elections - Vote! Results are anonymous - the password is to ensure that you are only voting once.

 
 
 
 

Tuesday, April 25: SAPB’s Spring Picnic 2017 & Student Club Fair 

  • Details: Don’t miss the Student Activities Programming Board’s annual spring picnic. Theme: “It’s 5 o’clock Somewhere”. There will be free refreshments, ’freebies’, music, giveaways, games and more. Plus, here’s your chance to get more information about CCM’s many student clubs and organizations.
  • Location: Student Center Plaza  - between SCC and the LRC (Rain date: Thursday, April 27)
  • Time: 11 am – 2 pm
  • Open to:  CCM students
  • FREE!
  • Sponsored by: The Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB)
 
 

Wednesday, April 26:  The Youngtown Edition Published

  • Details: CCM’s award-winning student newspaper, The Youngtown Edition, publishes its seventh and final issue of the spring 2017 semester on Wednesday, April 26. Look for copies of it in the YE’s distribution bins located throughout campus.
 
 

Friday, April 28: Annual Spring Music Concert

  • Details: With spring in the air, delight to the sound of music as presented by CCM’s chamber choir and wind ensemble.
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: SCC Dragonetti Auditorium
  • Free Admission - No tickets required
  • Sponsored by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department (973-328-5427)
 
 

Tuesday, May 2: CCM’s 48th Annual CLADD

  • Details: The Campus Life Appreciation Dinner Dance (CLADD) recognizes the achievements of those CCM students actively involved in CCM’s campus life programs: student clubs and performing arts productions: drama, musicals and dance.
  • By invitation
  • Location: Meadow Wood Manor, Randolph
  • Time: 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm 
  • Sponsored by: The Office of Campus Life


Wednesday, May 3:
The “CLU: Campus Life Update” Published
  • Details: Final CLU of the Spring 2017 semester. The CLU provides a bi-weekly overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs. This includes lectures, films, meetings, bus excursions, performing arts presentations (music, drama, dance), concerts, cultural events, Planetarium shows, as well as the Titans' athletics schedule. Check it out! Look for copies of it in various distribution areas located throughout campus.
 
 

Thursday, May 4 – Saturday, May 6: CCM Drama Production: “The Elephant Man

  • Details: This semester’s CCM Performing Arts Drama production is “The Elephant Man”. The life of John Merrick, intensely disfigured by a rare disease, who was rescued from a life as a carnival freak by a kindly doctor and patronized by actresses and royalty, is dramatized by playwright Bernard Pomerance.
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: SCC Dragonetti Auditorium
  • Tickets:  General admission $15; Students, alumni, seniors 62 yrs. and over: $10. On sale at the SCC Information Window, at the door and online.
  • Presented by: The CCM English Department and Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department
 
 

Tuesday, May 9 – Monday, May 15: CCM’s Spring 2017 Final Exams

  • Details: The spring final exam schedule can be found HERE.
 

Wednesday, May 10: CCM Dance Theatre Workshop Showcase

  • Details: CCM’s Dance Theatre Company presents an informal workshop showcase of original works by CCM faculty, students and guest artists.
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: Music Tech Center’s Performance Lab
  • Free admission
  • Sponsored by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department (973-328-5427)
 

Thursday, May 11: CCM Performing Arts Cabaret Theatre

  • Details: Share an intimate evening of song, dance, comedy, laughter and tears as outstanding student talent entertain in a classic cabaret style with songs of old and new Broadway favorites.
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: Music Technology Center, Performance Lab
  • Tickets: $10 at the door
  • Sponsored by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department (973-328-5427)



Friday,
May 12CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"
  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday,
May 13CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday,
May 13CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 5 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076


Monday, May 22: The “CLU: Campus Life Update – Summer 2017 Edition” Published

  • Details: The Summer 2017 CLU provides an overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs. This includes exciting (and affordable) bus excursions and shows in the Longo Planetarium. Check it out! Look for copies of it in various distribution areas located throughout campus.
 

Wednesday, May 24: Tickets Go on Sale for the Friday, June 23 CCM Bus Trip to The Bronx Zoo

  • Details: Join us on our annual trip to the world famous Bronx Zoo. Lions and tigers and bears . . . oh my.
  • Tickets: $13 CCM students, $17 guests, $13 children (guest and child - three per ID). Includes the “Total Experience Ticket” (zoo admission, and unlimited access to special rides and attractions available during the visit – these may include the 4D Theatre, Jungle World, Shuttle Rides, Wild Asia Monorail, Children’s Zoo, Congo Gorilla Forest, Butterfly Garden and the Bug Carousel) and roundtrip bus transportation. On sale at the SCC Information Window.
  • CCM Event Participant's Hold Harmless Form (must be completed by all CCM bus trip participants prior to the trip)
  • Time: Bus leaves CCM promptly at 8:30 a.m. from in front of the H/PE Building and leaves the Zoo at 3 pm sharp.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Campus Life


Friday, May 26: CCM Commencement 2017
  • Details: Please click HERE for additional details about the graduation ceremony.
  • Location: Health and Physical Education Building - Gymnasium 
  • Time: 10 am sharp
  • Tickets are required  
 
 

Monday, May 29: Memorial Day - CCM Closed

  • Details: CCM will be closed on Memorial Day: County College of Morris will reopen for business and classes on Tuesday, May 30.
 
 

Tuesday, June 6: Tickets go on Sale for the July 23 CCM Bus Trip: NY Mets vs. Oakland Athletics

  • Details: Join CCM when we go on our annual trek to Citi Field to watch the playoff-bound Amazin’ Mets as they take on the (1989) World Series Champions Oakland A’s.
  • Tickets: $30 CCM students, $35 guests (three per ID). Includes ballpark admission (Big Apple Reserved) and roundtrip bus transportation. Special Mets Promotion: Yoenis Cespedes Compression Sleeve (first 15,000 fans). Tickets on sale at the SCC Information Window starting Tuesday, June 6. (Cash or check only)
  • CCM Event Participant's Hold Harmless Form (must be completed by all CCM bus trip participants prior to the trip)
  • Time: Bus leaves CCM at 10:30 am from in front of the H/PE Building. Game starts at 1:10 pm
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Campus Life
 
 
 

Friday, June 9CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday,
June 10CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday,
June 10CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 5 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076


Wednesday, 
June 14: Flag Day
  • Details: In the United States Flag Day is celebrated on June 14. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States, which happened on that day in 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. The United States Army also celebrates the Army Birthday on this date; Congress adopted "the American continental army" after reaching a consensus position in the Committee of the Whole on June 14, 1775.
 
 

Wednesday, June 21: Summer 2017 Begins! 

  • Details:  Summer officially begins with the summer solstice at 4:24 a.m.. Today is the ‘longest' day of the year. Think fun and sun (and can fall – and the start of the fall semester -  be far behind?)


Friday, June 23: CCM Bus Trip: The Bronx Zoo
  • Details: Join CCM as we once again travel to the world famous Bronx Zoo.
  • Tickets: $13 CCM students (with Summer 2017 ID card), $17 guests, $13 children  (guest and child – limit three per ID). Includes the “Total Experience Ticket”  and roundtrip bus transportation. On sale at the SCC Information Window starting Wednesday, May 24. (Cash or check only)
  • CCM Event Participant's Hold Harmless Form (must be completed by all CCM bus trip participants prior to the trip)
  • Time: Bus leaves CCM at 8:30 am and leaves the Zoo at 3:00 pm sharp.
  • Sponsored by: The Office of Campus Life

 

Saturday, July 1: Deadline for Applying for January 2018 Graduation

  • Details: All students must submit an Application for Graduation prior to their final semester. If you are planning on graduating in January 2018, you must submit your application by July 1 with the Office of Records and Registration. A non-refundable graduation fee is due upon submission of application. 
  • Contact: For additional information please contact the Office of Records & Registration, Student Center Room 220 (Tel.# 973-328-5200)

 

Tuesday, July 4: Independence Day – CCM Closed

  • Details: CCM will be closed on The Fourth of July: offices will be re-open for business and classes on Wednesday, July 5.
 
 

Friday, July 14CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday,
July 15CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday,
July 15CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 5 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076
 
 

Sunday, July 23: CCM Bus Trip: NY Mets vs. Oakland Athletics at Citi Field

  • Details: Join CCM when we go on our annual trek to Citi Field to watch the playoff-bound Amazin’ Mets as they take on the (1989) World Series Champions Oakland A’s.
  • Tickets: $30 CCM students, $35 guests (three per ID). Includes ballpark admission (Big Apple Reserved) and roundtrip bus transportation. Special Mets Promotion: Yoenis Cespedes Compression Sleeve (first 15,000 fans). Tickets on sale at the SCC Information Window starting Tuesday, June 6. (Cash or check only)
  • CCM Event Participant's Hold Harmless Form (must be completed by all CCM bus trip participants prior to the trip)
  • Time: Bus leaves CCM at 10:30 am from in front of the H/PE Building. Game starts at 1:10 pm
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Campus Life
 
 

August: New Student Orientation  Sessions: August 2017

  • Details:  This is a special orientation program for new CCM students: full-time, part-time, transfer students. The “FYI: First Year Information” sessions will last approximately three hours and conclude with a picnic lunch.
  • Dates: There are seven orientation sessions from which to choose: August 1, 3, 8, 10, 15 17 and 22.
  • Time:  The program starts at 9:30 am (check-in starts at 9:05 am)
  • Location: Student Center
  • Reservations: New students must register online in advance by following the instructions that they received by mail.
 
 

Friday, August 11CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday,
August 12CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday,
August 12CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 5 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076
 
 

Wednesday, August 30: Fall 2017 Semester Starts

  • Details: Fall 2017 classes at CCM will start on Wednesday, August 30.


Monday, September 4: Labor Day – CCM Closed
  • Details: CCM will be closed on Labor Day: offices will be re-open for business and classes will resume on Tuesday, September 5.
 
 

Friday, September 8CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday,
September 9CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday,
September 9CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 5 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076
 
 

Friday, September 15 through Sunday, Oct. 15: Hispanic Heritage Month

  • Details: Hispanic Heritage Month begins on the anniversary of independence for five Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico declared its independence on September 16 and Chile on September 18. Hispanic Heritage Month continues through October 15.
  • Location: CCM’s Hispanic Heritage Month Country Flags will be displayed in the Student Community Center Lounge
 
 

Tuesday, September 19: SAPB’s Welcome Back Bash 2017 & Student Club Fair 

  • Details: Don’t miss the Student Activities Programming Board’s fall semester’s Welcome Back Bash. There will be free refreshments (food and drink) music, and more. Here’s your chance to get more information about CCM’s numerous student clubs and organizations.
  • Location: The Student Center Plaza (between the SCC and the LRC) 
  • Time: 11 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
  • Open to:  all CCM students
  • FREE!
  • Sponsored by: The Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB)
 
 

Friday, September 22: Fall Begins! 

  • Details: Fall officially begins with the autumnal equinox at 4:02 p.m. The autumnal equinox is when the Sun appears to cross the celestial equator from north to south. (And can winter be far behind? Let’s hope so!)
 
 

Monday, October 9: Columbus Day – CCM Open

  • Details: CCM will be open on Columbus Day: offices will be open for business and classes will held.
 
 

Wednesday, October 11: Fall Semester 2017 Job Fair 

  • Details: CCM Students: need a job? Need a better job? Then come to CCM Job Fair. Employers will be there with full-time and part-time positions. 
  • Location: Student Center Davidson Rooms
  • Time: 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Open to: all students.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education
 
 

Friday, October 13CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday,
October 14CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday,
October 14CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 5 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076
 
 

Wednesday, November 1: Deadline for Applying for May 2018 Graduation

  • Details: All students must submit an Application for Graduation prior to their final semester. If you are planning on graduating in May 2018, you must submit your application by November 1. 
 
 

Sunday, November 5: Daylight Savings Time (DST) Ends

  • Details: Don’t forget to reset your clocks one hour back.
 
 

Friday, November 10CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.
 
 

Saturday, November 11: Veteran’s Day 2017

  • Details: CCM will be open on Veteran’s Day.
 


Saturday,
November 11CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday,
November 11CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 5 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076
 
 

Monday, November 13 – Friday, November 17: CCM’s 33rd Annual Career Week

  • Details: Students in a variety of majors and programs (and those who are undecided) will have opportunities throughout the week to explore exciting career options and opportunities. There will also be career seminars: connect your education to the world of work..
  • Locations and Times: See schedule HERE.
  • Sponsored by: CCM Career Services and Cooperative Education Office
 
 

Thursday, November 23 – Saturday, November 25: CCM Closed for Thanksgiving Break

  • Details:  The County College of Morris will be closed from November 24 through November 26. CCM will re-open on Monday, November 27.
 
 

Sunday, December 3: CCM Bus Trip to Radio City Music Hall’s “Christmas Spectacular” (tentative)

  • Details: Come experience the Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes like you’ve never seen it before! This bus trip into NYC is a CCM holiday tradition.
  • Show Synopsis: Show includes the beloved scenes like the ‘Parade of the Wooden Soldiers,’ ‘New York at Christmas’ and the ‘Living Nativity.’
  • Tickets: $TBD CCM students (with fall 2017 ID card), $TBD guests (up to 3 additional). Includes theatre ticket and roundtrip chartered bus transportation. On sale at the SCC Information Window starting Tuesday, October 24.
  • CCM Event Participant's Hold Harmless Form (must be completed by all CCM bus trip participants)
  • Time: TBD
  • Sponsored by: The Office of Campus Life
 
 

Friday, December 8: CCM Planetarium Public Show: “Holiday Under The Stars”

  • Details:  In this sophisticated program designed for an adult crowd, we will explore the night sky as it appeared thousands of years ago and how it relates to the season from the perspective of cultures all over the world.
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday, December 9: CCM Planetarium Public Show: “Holiday Under The Stars”

  • Details:  In this sophisticated program designed for an adult crowd, we will explore the night sky as it appeared thousands of years ago and how it relates to the season from the perspective of cultures all over the world.
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 5 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.
 
 

Thursday, December 13 – Tuesday, December 19: Final Exams Fall 2017

·        Details: Click HERE to get the final exam schedule.

 
 

Thursday, December 21: Winter Begins! 

  • Details: Winter officially begins at 11:28 a.m. with the winter solstice. Today is the ‘shortest’ day of the year. Think snow (and can spring be far behind? Let’s hope not.)

 

Monday, December 25 – Monday, January 1, 2018: CCM Closed for Winter Break

  • Details:  The County College of Morris will be closed from December 25 through January 1. CCM will re-open on Tuesday, January 2, 2018.
 
 

Monday, January 15: Martin Luther King Jr. Day – CCM Closed

  • Details: County College of Morris will be closed on MLK Day. CCM will re-open on Tuesday, January 16.

 


Wednesday, January 17: Spring 2018 Semester Starts
  • Details: Spring 2018 classes – full semester and ‘Early Finish’ 8 week classes -  will start on Wednesday, January 17, 2018.
 
 

Wednesday, January 17: The “CLU: Campus Life Update” Published

  • Details: The CLU provides a bi-weekly overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs. This includes lectures, films, meetings, bus excursions, performing arts presentations (music, drama, dance), concerts, cultural events, Planetarium shows, as well as the Titans' athletics schedule. Check it out! Look for copies of it in various distribution areas located throughout campus.
 
 

Wednesday, January 17: New Student Orientation 

  • Details:  This is a special orientation program for new spring semester CCM students: full-time, part-time, transfer students. The session will last approximately one hour. Light refreshments will be served.  
  • Time:  5:30 pm
  • Location: Student Center Davidson Room 234
  • Reservations: If you are planning on attending, you must register in advance by calling the Office of Campus Life at 973-328-5225.
 
 

Thursday, January 18: New Student Orientation 

  • Details:  This is a special orientation program for new spring semester CCM students: full-time, part-time, transfer students. The session will last approximately one hour. Light refreshments will be served
  • Time:  12:30 pm (College Activity Hour)
  • Location: Student Center Davidson Room 234
  • Reservations: If you are planning on attending, you must register in advance by calling the Office of Campus Life at 973-328-5225
 
 

Wednesday, January 24:  The Youngtown Edition Published

  • Details: CCM’s award-winning student newspaper, The Youngtown Edition, publishes its first issue of the spring 2018 semester on Wednesday, January 24. Look for copies of it in the YE’s distribution bins located throughout campus.
 
 

Tuesday, January 30: SAPB’s Welcome Back Bash & Student Club Fair 

  • Details: Don’t miss the Student Activities Programming Board’s spring 2018 semester’s Welcome Back Bash. There will be free refreshments, music, and more. Here’s your chance to get more information about CCM’s many student clubs and organizations.
  • Location: Student Center Lounge 
  • Time: 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
  • Open to:  all CCM students
  • Sponsored by: The Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB)


Wednesday, January 31:
The “CLU: Campus Life Update” Published
  • Details: The CLU provides a bi-weekly overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs. This includes lectures, films, meetings, bus excursions, performing arts presentations (music, drama, dance), concerts, cultural events, Planetarium shows, as well as the Titans' athletics schedule. Check it out! Look for copies of it in various distribution areas located throughout campus.


Monday, February 19: Presidents’ Day – CCM Open

·        Details: CCM will be open on Presidents’ Day: offices will be open for business and classes will held


 

Monday, March 12 – Saturday, March 17: CCM’s 2018 Spring Recess

  • Details: Classes will NOT be held, but the County College of Morris will be open for business during ‘Spring Break’.


All event information is subject to change and/or cancellation. Please contact the sponsoring department for confirmation or further detail.

 


 

CLU: CAMPUS LIFE UPDATE
 
The CLU: Campus Life Update, designed to keep you "CLUed into" what is happening at CCM, is published by the Office of Campus Life every other Wednesday during the academic year, once during the summer sessions and once for new student orientation in July/August.
 
Here is the most recent

      CLU: Campus Life Update (3/22/17)
 
The CLU provides a bi-weekly overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs. This includes lectures, films, meetings, bus excursions, performing arts presentations (music, drama, dance), concerts, cultural events, Planetarium shows, as well as the Titans' athletic schedule. Check it out!


THE YOUNGTOWN EDITION

Here's the most recent issue of CCM's award winning student newspaper, which is published every other Wednesday during the academic year (Sept. - May) and once during the summer:  

    * Youngtown Edition (3/8/17)

THE CCM STUDENT HANDBOOK

Here's the link to CCM's Student Handbook, which is published twice during the academic year (January and August):
 
 * Student Handbook