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A spring Saturday afternoon is a perfect time to explore the beautiful Newton campus of Sussex County Community College and speak to representatives of the College about its varied degree and professional certificate programs.
The College is holding its spring Open House on Saturday, April 30, from noon to 3 p.m. on the Connor Green and in the Pavilion, outdoor locations. Tours will be conducted throughout the day for attendees to explore the campus. SCCC is located just minutes from Warren County.
The registration form on the SCCC website allows visitors to choose a time to talk to representatives of the faculty and staff and learn more about the innovative academic programs that lead to degrees, professional certificates, certificates of achievement and transfer agreements.
Students can speak with academic professors directly about the various degree program options offered at Sussex such as Associate of Science, Associate of Arts, and Associate of Fine Arts degree. Faculty and staff will be able to explain which programs specifically are geared toward transfer to a 4-year college or university. The AAS Associate of Applied Science degrees are geared toward entering the workforce upon graduation, and the professional certificates allow students to earn credentials to enter the workforce or build upon a degree program.
Additionally, for students in need of housing, Sussex offers a unique dormitory program with Centenary University in nearby Hackettstown. Students who stay at Centenary can partake in Centenary activities and have access to a free shuttle to the SCCC campus. A representative of Sussex will be available at the Open House to answer questions about this program.
For further information about the Open House, visit Sussex.edu/openhouse. For general information about SCCC and its educational programs, visit sussex.edu.