RANDOLPH, NJ – While full-term classes have begun at County College of Morris (CCM), there is still time to enroll in the college’s two mid-fall sessions.

The 13 Week mid-fall session runs from September 20 - December 20. The last day to apply for 13 Week classes is Thursday, September 13. The last day to register in person for 13 Week session is Wednesday, September 19, at the office of Records and Registration. Students also can register online until September 18, at  http://webadvisor.ccm.edu. Classes being offered during this session include Biology, Business, Communications, Computer Information Systems, English, Marketing, Mathematics, Nursing, Political Science and Psychology.

The 7 Week mid-fall session runs from October 25 - December 13. The last day to apply for 7 Week courses is October 18. The last day to register in person for 7 Week courses is October 24 at the office of Records and Registration. Students also can register online until October 23, at  http://webadvisor.ccm.edu. Classes being offered during this session include Art, Biology, Business, Communications, Computer Information Systems, Criminal Justice, Economics, Engineering Science and Engineering, English, Health and Wellness, Health Education, History, Hospitality Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Photography and Psychology.

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For a complete list of courses being offered at CCM during the mid-fall sessions, visit http://webadvisor.ccm.edu/.

CCM Admission counselors also are available to assist new students. The Admissions office can be reached at admiss@ccm.edu or 973-328-5100. Walk-ins also are welcomed. CCM’s Admissions office and the office of Records and Registration are located in the Student Community Center, 214 Center Grove Road, Randolph.

With more than 45 Associate Degree programs, 150-plus transfer agreements and a wide range of certificate programs, CCM offers numerous opportunities to obtain a higher education that improve lives.

Visit www.ccm.edu and discover how you can “Start Right … Finish Strong.”