Services provided by the CCM Office of Campus Life (Student Center Room 226) are available not only to students and the campus community but, in some cases, to CCM Alumni and to the general public as well. Following is a brief alphabetically arranged description of these services:
- Bulletin Boards
- Bus Service and Schedule
- Identification Cards
- Information Window
- Museum Membership Card
- Planetarium Reservations
- Student/Community Center
- Student Organization Offices
- Ticket Purchase
- Video Movie Rentals
Anyone wishing to post material on campus bulletin boards must bring the material to the Office of Campus Life in the Student Center for approval and for posting. CCM departments and recognized student clubs and organizations may utilize these boards. Only non-profit organizations may advertise on campus bulletin boards.
All announcements and ads must be no larger than 8 1/2″ x 11″. Approved material is date stamped by the Campus Life Office to show the last day of posting. All material is to be posted by the Campus Life office staff. Unstamped, unapproved material found on the bulletin boards will be removed immediately.
Bus Service Schedules
The No. 875 bus travels directly to CCM from Morristown. The CCM bus stop is located in parking lot #6, near the Student Center’s lower entrance.
Schedules for some other routes provided by NJ Transit are also available at the Campus Life Office Information Window, located in the Student Center. For information on alternate modes of travel through Northern New Jersey, visit the TransOptions website and the Morris County Department of Transportation.
* Amusement Parks
Amusement park discount tickets are available beginning in May. Tickets to Six Flags in Jackson, NJ, can be purchased online: details on the how to do this – logins and passwords – can be gotten at the Info Window (call Campus Life at 973-328-5225 for the web address to visit and the coupon code for CCM that you will need to buy the discounted tickets.) All tickets are non-refundable.
Ski lift vouchers at a discount rate are available beginning in December for Mountain Creek in Vernon, NJ. These discount tickets can be purchased online (call Campus Life at 973-328-5225 for the web address to visit and the coupon code for CCM that you will need to buy the discounted tickets). In addition, many ski areas will provide student discounts upon presentation of a currently valid college identification card. THINK SNOW!
* Area Merchants
The Office of Campus Life has a program in conjunction with many local merchants whereby CCM students can receive discounts upon presentation of their valid CCM student identification card. Details of the program and a listing of participating merchants (and the discount given) can be obtained at the Campus Life Information Window or follow this link for a listing:
All County College of Morris students must have their CCM student identification card in their possession while on campus – failure to show a valid ID card when requested will result in a ticket and a $25 fine. ID cards are provided to tuition-paid students (full-time and part-time).
The photo ID card entitles the bearer to all benefits and privileges the college provides, including: library use, discounts to campus events, voting privileges in student elections, CCM parking decal, entrance to CCM sporting events, use of various athletic facilities (e.g. swimming pool, fitness center and weight room) and other campus life programs. This card must be revalidated with a sticker each semester; this can be done at the Campus Life Information Window upon proof of tuition payment.
A fee is charged to replace student identification cards: $5 for the first replacement, $10 for the next and $25 for each additional card. All students must have their currently valid student ID cards in their possession while on the CCM campus.
- CCM ID Card FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions)
The Office of Campus Life’s Information Window’s staff provides many services to the campus community: answering questions, giving directions, box office information, renting videos, issuing Game Room equipment, validating and providing CCM student identification cards, validating items for bulletin board posting, and much more. Information about CCM’s campus life programs, its many student clubs and organizations, and how students can get involved in our many activities may be obtained at the Information Window.
The Student Community Center is for enjoyment and relaxation by the college community. Sit back, read the newspaper, study, chat/text with friends or just relax by the fireplace. Presentations and other special programs are periodically staged in the SCC lounge.
The Student Center also has a TV Lounge. This has four HD TVs where the playing of video games is a very popular option as well.
In addition, there are other student lounges located on campus: the Sheffield Hall lounge (SH 200), also referred to as the “Study Lounge”, is located across from the cafeteria in Cohen Hall, and the quiet student lounge is located in DeMare Hall, near the Rutgers University office.
Museum Membership Cards
The Office of Campus Life holds a membership to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Students wishing to gain free admission to it must come to the Information Window with their valid CCM student identification card and make a reservation. Membership cards are loaned out on a first come, first served basis for a one day or one weekend period.
This service is also available to other members of the CCM community: staff, faculty members and CCM alumni (with valid identification).
CCM is one of only a handful of educational institutions to have a planetarium, the Madeline D. and Joseph J. Longo Planetarium and digital theater.
On specified Fridays and Saturdays throughout the year, the Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall) presents programs for the public. For any questions, call the Planetarium Reservationist at 973-328-5076, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
The CLU: Campus Life Update is published by the Office of Campus Life every other Wednesday during the academic year (Sept. – May) and once during the summer sessions.
The CLU is designed to keep the campus community “CLUed into” what is happening at CCM. It features information about upcoming trips, student club and organization activities, information about upcoming performing arts productions, the CCM Titan athletic schedule, and much more. Check it out.
The Youngtown Edition, CCM’s official student newspaper, is published every other Wednesday during the fall and spring semesters. It also publishes a special ‘New Student Orientation’ issue during the summer. It is published online 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.
The CCM Student Handbook is compiled and published online on a semester-by-semester basis by the Office of Campus Life. The handbook contains many of the college’s regulations as they pertain to students and is a resource for the colleges services and offices. Students are encouraged to use it for a quick and easy reference as needed. This publication is only available online.
Student Community Center
The Student Community Center is the “downtown” of the CCM campus. The SCC houses the Campus Store (Bookstore) along with enrollment services offices (Admissions, Financial Aid, Records & Registration, ), and the Bursar’s Office (pay your CCM bills and parking fines here).
Also located in the Student Center are the Office of Campus Life, student clubs offices, student lounges (one with a “fireplace”), a television/video gaming lounge, the Vice President for Student Development and Enrollment Management office, a food service area and cafeteria, Counseling Services and Student Success, Transfer Services, Career Services and the Women’s Center. The Dragonetti Auditorium, located on the lower level of the Student Center, is the primary performing arts and special events venue at CCM.
Student Organization Offices
CCM has over fifty recognized student organizations. The Student Government Association, Phi Theta Kappa (CCM’s honor society), the Youngtown Edition (CCM’s student newspaper) and Active Minds have their own offices in the Student Center (upper level). There is a general club and organization area, housing facilities for CCM’s other clubs, located in the upper level of the Student Center (Room SCC 233).
Student leaders often hold office hours, so stop by the club offices, meet your campus student leaders and get involved. It will make your CCM career more enjoyable and productive (and it will look good on your resume).
Tickets for various trips and on-campus events may be purchased on line by students prior to the event. This includes tickets for the trips sponsored by the Campus Life Office (Broadway show trips, excursions into New York City: museums, the Bronx Zoo, holiday shows, sporting events), field trips co-sponsored by academic departments and the Campus Life Office (e.g. Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island, Wall Street, Gettysburg, Washington D.C., NYC museums), and the Planetarium.
Tickets for CCM Special Events and Performing Arts productions (musicals, dramas, films, lectures, family performing arts presentations, etc.) are also sold in advance at the Student Center’s Info Window and online. To see what shows, trips and performances are happening at CCM, visit our Upcoming Events web page.
For certain bus excursions, a limited number of tickets may be purchased upon presentation of a valid CCM ID card and another form of identification. These student tickets are usually discounted over the actual cost of the show ticket, bus, etc. The student must show the valid CCM ID card when using the discounted ticket.
All trip participants (student, guests, staff, faculty, alumni . . .) must complete and sign the CCM Event Participant’s Hold Harmless Form prior to the departure of the trip.
Video Movie Rentals
A wide selection of video movies featuring current hits, family entertainment, animated features, and film classics is available for rent at the Campus Life Information Window. New selections are added continually as they become available. Rental fee is just $1 overnight and weekends (rent on Friday; return on Monday). For every four rentals, receive the fifth rental free.
A $2 per day late fee is charged if the selection is not returned when due. Check out the complete video listing at the Office of Campus Life, SCC 226.