If the thought of paying for college is a concern, now is a good time to look into applying to County College of Morris (CCM) for the Fall 2013 Semester.
For in-county students, tuition and fees at CCM are $134.50 per credit, or $1,614 for a full-time student taking 12 credits. Out-of-county tuition and fees are $251.50 per credit, or $3,018 for a full-time student taking 12 credits. Along with that savings, CCM students benefit from smaller class sizes and a faculty specifically focused on teaching.
The college offers more than 70 degree programs and also has more than 75 transfer agreements in place to simplify the process of transferring credits to a bachelor’s program. Those agreements cover a wide range of disciplines from business administration, communications and criminal justice to education, engineering and nursing.
By applying early, students get the widest choice of classes to fit their schedules. After being accepted to CCM, students have the option of registering for courses online, mailing or faxing their registration, or attending an in-person registration session. In-person registration sessions will be held in late summer on August 24, 26, 27 and 28.
The fall semester begins August 29. To apply online, go to www.ccm.edu
or visit the Admissions office in the Student Community Center on CCM’s Randolph campus, 214 Center Grove Road.