Sussex County Community College offers a wide range of programs and services to support successful learning. We encourage you to take advantage of all of our learning resources as needed.

Counselors are available in the Counseling and Advising Center for academic advisement to help you plan a course of study. Once you are enrolled in a degree program you may be assigned a faculty advisor. The Counseling and Advising Center is open day and evening to all students on a walk-in basis and counselors help with program requirements, educational options, test interpretation, course placement, transfer information, career and educational planning.

Our Library is an outstanding resource on campus and your first stop for research. We have a team of friendly professionals ready to help you locate the information you need. Library services are available on-site and online to students, the college community, and the larger community.

The Learning Center offers instructional support to all students. It is the place to go for tutoring, computers, tips on technology and information on how to connect with college and community support systems. Here, you will find writing workshops, group tutoring sessions in math, and services for students with disabilities.

The College offers a variety of academic programs, degree options, professional certificates, health science certificates and dozens of Community Education and Workforce Development classes and certificates. We design our programs to maximize your success. Our class sizes are small, ensuring you will receive plenty of individual attention. Scheduling is flexible, allowing you to work around other commitments.

The Office of Academic Affairs is located in the Student Center

Academic Affairs Contact Information

William Waite
Vice President of Academic Affairs

Kathleen Okay
Dean of Liberal Arts, Social Science, and Education

Mary Ellen Donner
Interim Dean of Business, Law, Math and Sciences