College Key Facts
President: Raymond Yannuzzi

General Information: Academic Year 2012-2013

 

History: Camden County College’s mission was launched when what had been the Mother of the Savior Seminary – along with the 320-acre tract of land surrounding it – was purchased in Gloucester Township early in 1967 and developed into the Blackwood Campus. The College’s presence in Camden began in borrowed spaces in 1969, and in 1991, a Camden City Campus was established. CCC’s third permanent location, the William G. Rohrer Center, opened in 2000 in Cherry Hill. In 2011, the College assumed administration of the county’s Regional Emergency Training Center, which includes the Fire Academy and Police Academy, and adult programs of Camden County Technical Schools, creating the Technical Institute of Camden County College, both in Gloucester Township. Throughout its history, Camden County College also has offered courses at various community locations throughout Camden County to bring additional educational opportunities right where residents live and work.


Full-time Employees:
Faculty/teaching professionals: 137
Staff: 366
Total: 503

Size: One of the region’s largest public post-secondary institutions of higher  education and one of New Jersey’s largest community colleges

Total # of credit students served in FY 2012:
21,832

Total # of students served in credit classes from 1967 to fall 2012:
355,120

Student & County 

 

Demographics:
(Fall 2012)
College Students Camden County*
Caucasian 51.8% 60.8%

African-American 21.3% 18.2%

Asian 5.2% 4.9%

Hispanic 12.5% 13.8%

American Indian/Alaskan Native 0.7% 0.2%


Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
0.2% 0%


Two or more races
 2.4% 1.8%

Not Reported 5.8% 0.2%
 
 
Male 41.3% 47.3%
Female 57.8% 52.7%
Not Reported 0.9% *Based on residents 18 years or older.

Enrollment Demographics (Fall 2012):

Average Age = 27

Residents
75.5% Camden County residents; 95.8% NJ residents

Public High School Student - Class of 2012
23.6% of Camden County’s public high school 12th graders (as of Fall 2011) were enrolled at the College during Fall 2012

Enrollment Status
52.2% full-time; 47.8% part-time

FY2013 Budget: $76,807,169

Tuition: (Summer 2013)
$104/credit (county resident)
$108/credit (out-of-county resident)
$183/credit (International Students)

Sources of Funding (FY2013):
61.9% student tuition & fees
13.5% state
12.7% county
11.9% other