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CCC Summer Sessions Save Students Money, Help Them Get Ahead


Camden County College students, students enrolled at other institutions and anyone wanting to get a head start on college before the fall can make a convenient and economical contribution to their future by signing up for CCC’s Summer 2012 semester, which offers sessions starting in late June, early July and mid-July.


Taking one or more of the hundreds of summer courses scheduled at CCC this year means getting ahead of schedule on the way to completing a Camden County College degree, a transfer program or a career certificate. Those attending or planning to attend another school also can use CCC to get ahead as credits earned here count toward degrees at most colleges and universities throughout the United States.
Courses are being offered at the College’s locations in Blackwood, Camden and Cherry Hill as well as via the Internet. A six-week online session begins June 25; a five-week on-campus session begins June 26; a seven-week on-campus session begins July 2; and a five-week on-campus session begins July 17.


Although registration is ongoing, each session does have a cut-off date. Full payment for all summer registrations is required at the time of course selection.


Tuition for summer courses is just $101 per credit for county residents and $105 per credit for non-residents. This means that CCC is one of the best buys in higher education in the state and region.


Current CCC students should use their College IDs and passwords to register online via WebAdvisor. This system may be accessed at Non-current students should visit and click on the link under the “Register Now for Summer Sessions!” headline or call the College toll-free at (888) 228-2466.

Published: June 18, 2012