Classes in the Arts and Humanities, Business, Health, Science, Mathematics and More
Has the pandemic created confusion for your summer plans? Whether you decide to stay home or will be on the go, make your summer count and take County College of Morris (CCM) with you. By taking summer courses at CCM, you are another step closer to meeting your goals for graduation and a great future. CCM is an easy and convenient way to earn credits from a nationally ranked college at a price you wonâ€™t believe.
CCM offers five Summer Sessions, ranging in length â€“ three, five, seven and 10 weeks long â€“ to provide you with the flexibility to stay on track â€“ or even fast track â€“ your higher education. Classes are offered in three formats: hybrid, remote and online, so you can best fit school into your life.
Summer Sessions â€“ Keep Moving Forward
Summer Sessions are open to CCM students and visiting students from other colleges and universities. Sessions offered this year are:
- Early 5 Week: May 24 â€“ June 26
- 10 Week: June 2 â€“ August 10
- Late 5 Week: June 28 â€“ July 31
- 7 Week: June 30 â€“ August 17
- 3 Week: August 2 â€“ August 21
The Fall Semester â€“ Your Future Is Now
Donâ€™t delay, CCMâ€™s fall registration is now open and classes begin on September 8. You can apply today at www.ccm.edu/admissions. At CCM, students can select from more than 100 degrees, certificate and professional development programs. In addition, the college holds more than 160 transfer agreements with four-year institutions across New Jersey and around the country to ease the process to earn a bachelorâ€™s degree.
Free Money for College
Interested in going to college and being free of student loans? Do you need help with expenses? Thereâ€™s no better time; CCM has money to help you! There is money to assist with expenses such as tuition, technology, housing, childcare and more. The application is easy to complete. Visit www.ccm.edu/admissions/financialaid/ccmcares-studentemergencygrant/.
You also may be eligible for free tuition through The Community College Opportunity Grant, provided by the State of New Jersey. To find out more, visit www.ccm.edu/ccog/.
Along with those funds, CCM each year awards approximately $26 million in financial aid and scholarships to its students allowing them to pursue a high-quality college education. Visit www.ccm.edu/admissions/financialaid/fa-scholarshipsonline-application/ to learn more.
See Whatâ€™s Being Offered for Summer and Fall
To view available courses for both summer and fall, go to https://titansdirect.ccm.edu/Student/Courses/. New students first need to apply to the college before registering for classes. Applications can be submitted at www.ccm.edu/admissions/.