Spring Registration at PCCC

November 30, 2012 at 7:23 AM

 

PATERSON, NJ - Passaic County Community College (PCCC) registration for Spring 2013 classes is going on now on the Paterson, Wanaque, and Passaic campuses. All new, visiting, transfer, and current students are invited to register. For complete schedule, visit www.pccc.edu/Times2Register. or for more information about applying and registration, call 973-684-6868.  Spring classes start January 23, 2013.

PCCC offers over 60 degree and certificate programs, including new programs in some of today’s fastest growing career fields. Some of the newest programs with strong job potential include Homeland Security, Health Information Technology, American Sign Language, Computer Support specializations, and Psychosocial Rehabilitation.

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PCCC offers one of the most affordable college tuitions in the state as well as numerous financial aid opportunities, including federal and state aid, scholarships, grants, and work study.  Over 60 per cent of PCCC students receive some type of financial aid.

With four locations and day, evening, weekend, and online classes, the PCCC college experience is flexible, convenient, and close to home. Plus, even more new options allow even the busiest people to pursue a degree.  With our new Weekend College programs, you can earn a degree in two years attending classes on weekends.

Early registration is advised to ensure that scheduling and financial aid are in place.

PCCC advisors guide students in choosing the right courses to reach their career and personal goals.  Prospective students may apply online: www.pccc.edu/applytoday or call 973-684-6868.

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