A recent study conducted by a student debt website, Student Loan Hero, recognizes that students who attend community college for their first two years of college can save thousands of dollars in tuition. It was estimated that New Jersey college students who decide to attend community college for their first two years of college save an average of at least $21,000 in tuition. Not only is community college affordable, but it can also offer a quality education, according to an article that appeared in The Star-Ledger on March 12.
On April 11th at 6 p.m., Warren County Community College (WCCC) will be holding an Open House for anyone interested in learning more about courses, degrees, and programs at WCCC. Faculty and staff will be available to answer questions. Campus clubs and organizations will also be present to speak about student activities. The open house is open to high school and non-traditional students who are interested in pursuing a college degree.
At the Open House, students can register for courses in the 2017 Fall Semester. Information sessions will be held on the admissions process and the New Jersey Stars Program. The New Jersey Stars Program allows students who are in the top 15% of their high school graduating class to attend community college tuition-free.
WCCC offers over 30 different degree and certificate programs, which are deigned to get students directly into the workforce upon degree completion and others to transfer to four-year institutions.
WCCC has been serving Warren County since 1981, providing an affordable, high quality education in a broad range of fields of interest. For more information about the Open House, please email Meghan Cote at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 908-835-2305.