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Start Your Success This Spring
At Passaic County Community College

Classes Start January 20 and February 10

Success starts at Passaic County Community College (PCCC) where students enjoy affordable tuition, financial aid, four convenient campuses, and over 70 degree and certificate programs in some of today’s fastest growing job fields.

In photo: Baranowski and Class – PCCC’s STEM program offers enriched learning opportunities in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.

This year PCCC introduced exciting new degree programs in high-demand fields: Environmental Science, Public Health, Music Technology, Culinary Arts, Nutrition, and Medical Informatics. These join our other popular offerings in Homeland Security, American Sign Language, Nursing, Teacher Education, and more. PCCC’s degree programs transfer smoothly to bachelor’s degree programs at most colleges and universities.

Students who prefer immediate entry into the job market may elect a certificate program, and PCCC offers several new ones designed to prepare students for jobs in manufacturing and service industries, including Automation and Control, Field Service, Welding, and Plumbing.

Honors opportunities are available to high-achieving PCCC students who desire challenging and enriching learning experiences. Numerous PCCC graduates have continued their education at prestigious institutions, including, Columbia University, Harvard University, and Cambridge University (England).

This spring the expanded Wanaque Academic Center (WAC) unveils new music studios, a blackbox theater,and art facilities, all accommodating PCCC’s Fine and Performing Arts division.  Next Fall,  a fully-equipped professional kitchen for the Culinary Arts program debuts at WAC.

Spending your first two years at a community college can offer substantial savings on a four-year college education. In addition to affordable tuition, PCCC offers numerous financial aid options as well as academic, career, and personal support services that help students succeed in college and beyond.

With locations in Paterson, Wanaque, Passaic, and Wayne – as well as flexible schedules and online classes – PCCC provides a convenient, close-to-home college experience in a diverse, friendly, and supportive environment.

The Spring 15-Week Session starts January 20. The 12-Week Session starts February 10.

Registration is on now. For more information, visit www.pccc.edu or call 973-684-6868.

 

 

 

 

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