RANDOLPH TOWNSHIP, NJ (Morris County) – With summer planning underway for many, County College of Morris (CCM) has announced that registration for the Summer Semester is now open.
To accommodate the ever-changing needs of students, CCM offers in-person courses on campus in Randolph, as well as online and hybrid learning options, making it easy to take courses wherever your plans may take you this summer.
The Summer Semester at CCM provides an opportunity for students to complete any outstanding courses they may have, as well as to lighten their course load for the Fall Semester.
With CCM offering more than 100 programs, including associate degree programs and an extensive selection of industry-recognized certificate and professional development programs, students have many options to earn their degree quicker and fast track their careers this summer.
2024 Summer Sessions
There are four sessions offered this summer, which are open to current CCM students, college students visiting from other colleges and universities and new students. Students new to CCM first need to apply for admission.
The sessions offered this summer are available in the following five, seven and 10-week length formats, providing students with the flexibility to quickly move forward with their studies:
- Early 5 Week: May 20 – June 24
- 10 Week: May 21 – August 1
- 7 Week: June 26 – August 15
- Late 5 Week: June 27 – August 1
For additional information about these sessions, visit www.ccm.edu/summer-2024.
Looking Ahead to Fall Semester 2024 Registration
Registration for the Fall Semester will begin on April 1. Students are encouraged to start their application for admission early, to provide them with ample time to explore the different programs offered. Registering early will help students secure the courses they want, on the days and times that best fit their schedules. Fall Semester classes begin on August 29.
Financial Aid Assistance
CCM awards approximately $32 million in financial aid and scholarships to its students each year, allowing them to pursue a high-quality education with little to no debt. New Jersey students may be eligible for a discount or even a tuition-free education through grant funding. For more information about how to finance your education, visit CCM’s Financial Aid Office online at www.ccm.edu/admissions/financialaid/.
For students interested in taking courses this summer, the Admissions office can be reached at email@example.com or 973-328-5100. It is located in the Student Community Center, 214 Center Grove Road, Randolph, and walk-ins are welcomed. Upon completion of each application, students will be notified by email with registration instructions. All students should apply for Financial Aid as well to see the actual cost, as some students qualify to attend for free.