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Posted Tuesday, April 7th, 2020

County College of Morris is moving ahead with summer and fall class registrations, with classes starting in late May and early June to be held online as we continue to deal with the COVID-19 crisis.CCM Registration for Summer-Fall Classes -- May to August Will Be Remote Due to COVID-19

Registration is open to CCM students and students who attend other colleges and universities, who may need transferable credits and who can choose from a wide selection of courses in sessions ranging from three to ten weeks.

Summer classes start as early as May 26 with a total of five sessions being offered. Classes in the first two sessions, Early 5 and 10 Week, will be offered completely online.

o   Early 5 Week: May 26 – June 27, online classes only

o   10 Week: June 1 – August 8, online classes only

o   Late 5 Week: June 29 – August 1

o   7 Week: June 30 – August 15

o   3 Week: August 3 – August 22

Courses offered the summer at CCM cover a range of general education requirements and disciplines such as the arts, humanities, science, business, engineering, health and more.

The fall semester at CCM begins on Sept. 9. Students can select from 50 associate degrees and a wide range of certificate programs taught by a faculty specifically focused on teaching. In addition, the college offers more than 150 transfer agreements to ease the process of earning a bachelor’s degree.

Here are a list of available classes for summer and fall. New students must apply to the college before registering for classes. Applications can be submitted online.

To prepare for a career transition, skills improvement or to obtain an apprenticeship in the fields of advanced manufacturing and health care, students can take advantage of industry recognized certifications and courses offered through the Center for Workforce Development.