Poet James Hoch to Present at Warren Community College On Thursday, October 13 The Warren County Community College Visiting Authors Series continues on Thursday, October 13, with a reading by the poet James Hoch. This event, beginning at 7:30 p.m. in room 123A, is free and open to the
The Community College Opportunity Grant (CCOG) Provides free tuition to students with family incomes of $65,000 or less. This program, along with federal Pell Grants, state Tuition Aid Grants, assures that students can afford a college education. What do I need to do? For financial aid, you need to complete
More than any other year, a College education is affordable for all, thanks to both state and federal initiatives and adjustments to help families through the COVID 19 Pandemic. Complete Your FAFSA All students intending to pursue a degree program are strongly encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal
Mental Health, Food Insecurity, & Other Resources For Students WCCC has resources available for current students experiencing food insecurity through our Golden Eagle’s Safety Nest Program. We know that if you’re hungry, you can’t learn. 1. ShopRite gift cards are available to students every 30 days.
UPDATED 10/3/22 EMERGENCY GRANTS FOR STUDENTS WCCC has emergency grant funds to assist students who have incurred additional hardships as a result of the COVID-19 displacement. This can include expenses for tuition and fees, housing, technology, board (food expenses) and other related educational expenses. These funds may be very critical
College Campus Active Shooter Video “Practical Response to Active Shooter”Important Student Disclosure Information
Warren County Community College is required to provide information to students each semester regarding College policies and procedures as well as outcomes and safety/security information on the campus. For the information itself, please click on Student Right to Know Info to access the list of policies and (also located on left
The College issues campus safety alerts in a timely manner to notify community members about crimes and serious incidents in and around the college campus. Individuals who have knowledge of a crime or a serious incident are encouraged to immediately report the information to Security so that a timely warning