Dover College Promise Program
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:Â Due to COVID-19, Dover College Promise is currently operating virtually. For assistance please contact Ed Lopez at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 973-328-5272.
A path to college success
The Dover College Promise (DCP) is a grant-funded educational partnership between County College of Morris (CCM), The Educational Center (TEC) Inc., and the Dover School District to offer motivated low-income middle and high school students with the opportunity to secure a college path.
DCP is committed to helping Dover students and their families address academic and financial challenges to furthering a post-secondary education. Students will participate in a series of activities designed to prepare them to navigate the college application process, sharpen their academic skills, and help them become master students. DCP students will receive a CCM Foundation scholarship to assist in covering their college tuition, securing their path to CCM college success.
The Educational Center, located in Dover, will facilitate educational workshops, tutoring services, field trips, and community-based service-learning projects. Assisting with those efforts will be CCM faculty, students, and staff, who will serve as mentors. Additionally, DCP will offer bi-lingual (Spanish) parent/guardian information sessions to help support the familyâ€™s potential college-bound student.
- Want to learn more? Click here for DCP brochure
- Review DCP Eligibility RequirementsÂ and complete DCP Application
- Obtain and submit a Reference from a guidance counselor in the Dover School District
For more information and to submit the DCP application, contact:
Eduardo Lopez,Â EOF Program Counselor and DCP Coordinator
County College of Morris
214 Center Grove Rd.,
Cohen Hall, CH 211
Dover College Promise is made possible by the support of an Impact 100 Garden State grant.