Mission Statement:

The County College of Morris Office of Student Financial Aid is committed to helping its students meet their educational expenses through Federal, State, and Institutional grants and scholarships, including participation in many student loan programs.

 

Grant Funding Available to CCM Students

NJ State Community College Opportunity Grant (CCOG)

New Jersey students enrolled in any one of the State’s 18 county colleges may be eligible for tuition-free college. Students (without a prior college degree) who are enrolled in at least 6 credits per semester in an eligible program and who have a household, filed IRS tax return adjusted gross income (AGI) of $0 -$65,000 or $65,001 – $80,000 will be considered for this state grant.

Attention: Student households with an AGI between $65,001-$80,000 may be eligible on a term basis, up to 50% of the maximum CCOG award only, in accordance with NJ State Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA) terms and conditions.

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CCM Financial Aid Terms & Conditions

Awarding – General awarding is based on an anticipated full-time enrollment at a pending status and if less, awards may be reduced after the registration period each term and prior to disbursement.  Awarded amounts may vary continually as student finalize their schedule and after an initial award notification during the registration period, due to changes in the number of credits registered until the start of the term or changes in late-start term credits. It is recommended that students notify the Financial Aid Office of changes in their credit load, especially if registered for less than 12 credits each term.

ATTENTION: All awards, loans included are contingent upon meeting all eligibility criteria which govern the listed awards such as, class attendance, satisfactory academic progress, Federal and state appropriations which are subject to change without notice.