Virtual Information Window

TASC Plus is an online support center where students can access information, receive support with various college services and advice on unique situations, get connected to key faculty, staff, and administrators as necessary, work with an ombudsperson to resolve complex issues, and receive information on available community services to help students with issues such as food and housing insecurity, mental health, and other life issues. Email:

Questions: Contact Campus Life by email or at 973-328-5225.


Problem Solver РA great tool to help you, the student, to access information on specific questions or topics that you may have in relation to your situation


Services provided by the CCM Office of Campus Life ) are available not only to students and the campus community but, in some cases, to CCM Alumni. Following is a brief alphabetically arranged description of these services:

  • Bus Service Discounts & Schedule
  • Discounts
  • Identification Cards
  • Publications



Bus Service Discounts & 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.

NJ Transit Monthly Pass Discount

Get On Board With A 25 Percent Discount For NJ TRANSIT Mobile Student Monthly Passes

Full-time CCM students are eligible to purchase a rail, bus or light rail mobile student monthly pass at 25 percent off the regular monthly pass price, when they enroll online through NJ TRANSIT’s Mobile Student program.

Click here to sign up. You will need to enter your full CCM email address and password in order to verify your full time status and will then be directed to the NJ TRANSIT site.



* 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 Рlogins and passwords Рcan 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.

* Skiing/Snowboarding

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 or class schedule. Details of the program and a listing of participating merchants (and the discount given) can be obtained by follow this link:



Identification Cards

Fall 2020

All students and employees will be required to wear a college-issued identification badge. The badge should be worn above the waist, with the front facing forward.

Students – Fall 2020 ID Photo & Card

Faculty & Staff – CCM ID Card




The CLU: Campus Life Update is published by the Office of Campus Life every other Wednesday during the academic year (Sept. РMay) 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‚Äôs¬†official student newspaper, is published every other Wednesday during the fall and spring semesters. It also publishes a special ‚ÄėNew Student Orientation‚Äô 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.