If you are a graduating high school senior, the Education Opportunity Fund (EOF) Summer Bridge Program provides students the opportunity to come to college and receive their education in a supportive and encouraging environment. Students take their first college courses for free, participate in leadership, career planning, and team-building activities. Contact Tiffani Warren, Dean of Learning and EOF Director, at (908)-835-2307 or for information on the application process, click here. Start your future now, space is limited!
If you are a student at a Warren County high school, you are eligible to take classes at WCCC part-time. Depending on the school district, students may be able to attend at a reduced tuition rate or free. Check with your high school’s guidance office or the WCCC Finance Office at 908-835-2328 for rates. Students in the Senior Option Program can take up to four freshman-level credits. For eligibility requirements and to apply, see your high school guidance counselor.
No placement tests needed for credit courses.
Dual enrollment is a great way to earn college credits for free by taking AP or honors high school classes! In Warren County, each high school has approved certain courses for college credit. To apply for dual enrollment, see your high school Guidance Counselor. For more information about our Dual to Degree (D2D) dual enrollment program, including approved classes at your high school, click here.