It isn’t too late to register for courses for the upcoming fall semester at Warren County Community College (WCCC). The College has expanded its program for the fall semester, making it even more attractive to recent high school graduates as well as others who may be looking to enhance their current job opportunities, or to pursue a new career or to grow personally.
Classes at WCCC begin on Sept. 6.
WCCC also offers great savings. WCCC has one of the highest graduation rates among all New Jersey community colleges, providing students with a high quality education at an affordable cost. Student debt website, Student Loan Hero, conducted a study this past spring showing that students who attend community college for two years before transferring to a 4-year college to finish their education save an average of at least $21,000 in tuition.
Among the many classes being offered this Fall are Forensic Psychology, Creative Writing Nonfiction Workshop, Intro to Food and Beverage Management, and Medical Office Procedures. WCCC has over 30 associate degrees in areas such as Business, Criminal Justice, Automotive, Arts, and Science.
WCCC also offers a wide variety of degrees to former members of the military through the widely acclaimed VIPER program. It will accept up to 34 credits to qualifying veterans for military training plus an additional 11 credits for courses directly correlated to the VIPER program of study.
For more information on this Fall Semester, please visit, warren.edu or call the admissions office at (908) 835-WCCC (9222).