200 College Dr.
Blackwood, NJ 08012
(856) 227-7200 ext. 4200
Accrediting Agency:Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Camden County College is a coeducational, two-year public college in New Jersey. Since its founding in 1967, the college has grown to become one of the largest community colleges in New Jersey. There are now four locations in Blackwood, Camden, Sicklerville, and Cherry Hill for students to choose from. If students cannot make it to one of these locations, online courses are available to students. CCC prides itself on offering low tuition rates, and there was no tuition increase in the fall of 2012 for all students. Camden County College was listed in the top 12 by the Philadelphia Business Journal for its associate degree programs.
Through the distance learning department, students can take online courses at CCC. Once a student is registered with the college, they will receive their login information that will allow them to browse the programs offered. Students have the option to take classes completely online or through a hybrid program. Both options will require students to complete the bulk of their course work alone and online. However, hybrid courses allow students the option to still meet with the instructors face to face.
Camden County College received its accreditation through the Middle States Commission on Higher Education in 1972.
Camden County College accepts all applicants that meet two basic requirements. Students must be at least 18 years old, and students must hold a high school diploma or equivalency certificate. To register through the university, all students must submit their application alone with the registration form. Students can complete the application online or submit it by mail.