Get ready for an epic higher education experience!
The graduates of New Jersey’s community colleges have been building our businesses —and keeping our communities current—for 50 years.
Dozens of career, transfer, and professional development opportunities available. If you’ve got something to prove… we’ve got an avenue for you.
Amid constant changes in workforce technology, and even a health crisis, our community colleges continue to drive opportunities for our state.
Two-year college grads in New Jersey are earning a living wage right away or saving an average of $21,000 on their bachelor’s degrees.
18 Colleges. Unlimited Possibilities.
It’s time to put your future on the map!
Choose your nearest college from the list below to apply.
“Every day you learn new things, but the motivation I found in each class at Union County College was key to continuing to grow as a person and professional. Knowledge leads you to understand your environment and to be able to adapt. My story does not end here, because better things are coming which I continue to build with the support of Union County College.”
Union County College alum
“Getting involved on campus was the best decision of my college career. I learned leadership skills that now help me day to day in my professional career.”
Brookdale Community College alum
“When I was in high school, I didn’t know what I wanted to do. I had to pave a new way that was best for me. Senior year, I took one class at RCBC per semester. It gave me so much confidence and made me feel like I could do this. I had a really rewarding experience at RCBC and wouldn’t be where I am without it.”
Rowan College at Burlington County alum
“I enrolled at PCCC to challenge myself and make new friends. I also dreamed of attending an Ivy League university. PCCC, afforded me the opportunity to join Phi Theta Kappa, which has been the catalyst to my success. Today, I am a scholar who is not only committed to academics but also focused on creating change in my community to ensure progress for the next generation of scholars and leaders. Thanks to my experience at PCCC and PTK, I have achieved my Ivy League goal and will continue my education at Columbia University.”
Passaic County Community College alum