Posted Wednesday, November 18th, 2020
Checkout Options for Scholarships
County College of Morris is providing students with a number of options for how they can take their courses during winter and spring semesters so they can keep moving forward with their higher education.
The college currently is enrolling students for winter and spring and has built in a high level of flexibly to make it easier for them to pursue their goals. Students enrolling this spring will be able to select courses that are being offered in one of three formats: hybrid, online and remote.
Hybrid Courses consist of a combination of traditional face-to-face instruction and remote or online sessions. This may include some on-campus labs with remote lecture, reduced in-classroom time or other instructional designs that meet the needs of the course materials.
Remote Courses are similar to those taught in a classroom in that they require students to meet online with their professor on specific days and times.
Online Courses do not require students to log in on specific days and times, allowing them to set their own schedule for performing their classwork.
To limit the number of people on campus, the majority of classes are being offered in the online and remote formats.
New students first need to apply to the college before registering for classes. For more information, go to www.ccm.edu/spring-2021/.
Two Winterim sessions are offered online in a condensed format, a convenient way to earn some extra credit and stay on course to graduate.
4 Week – Dec. 23- Jan. 19. See course listings and all of the important info here.
2 Week – Jan. 4 – Search the course catalog on Titans Direct.
Students enrolling this spring also can select from a number of terms, ranging from 2 Week to 15 Week sessions. Students can search for courses and the format they prefer at https://titansdirect.ccm.edu/Student/Courses/. Use the Advanced Search feature to select one of the terms being offered this spring.
For information on scholarships, visit CCM Foundation.
At CCM, students are able to select from more than 45 associate degrees and a wide range of certificate programs taught by a faculty specifically focused on teaching. In addition, full-time students can save $20,000 or more by starting at CCM, one of New Jersey’s top ranked community colleges, according to BestColleges, PayScale and Washington Monthly magazine.
You can do it!