Adult Students

Sussex County Community College is here to assist our adults students who are managing work and family responsibilities and want to earn their associate degree or certificate. Adults are faced with additional challenges that may prevent them from coming to college or finishing their degree. SCCC offers support to help you with this transition.

Online and on campus classes available

We’ll work with you to build an academic schedule that fits your busy schedule. Choose from day, evening, online or hybrid classes. Classes are designed to give students the skills needed in today’s competitive global market.

Support every step of the way

We understand that you’re busy and we have designed this program to offer the extra support you may need to make returning to school convenient. An advisor who recognizes the unique needs of our adult students will counsel you in the program on academic and transfer issues. Tutoring and additional support services are also available online and in-person.

Easy to Transfer

Sussex County Community College graduates transfer to the top colleges and universities in New Jersey and across the country. Our Student Advising and Counseling Center will help you understand transfer requirements and walk you through the process. Additionally, we have partnered with Felician College to offer courses leading to a bachelor’s degree right on the SCCC campus.

For more information contact the Student Advisement Center at 973.300.2207

Campus 2 Campus Program

The Campus 2 Campus program is designed to help adult students take the next step towards college and a career. SCCC has partnered with Project Self-Sufficiency to provide our adult learners with added support with information sessions that will help ease them into the college setting.

Potential students can take advantage of the following services at Project Self-Sufficiency in Newton, NJ:

Project Self-Sufficiency will be holding Information Sessions from August through November. For more information contact: Project Self-Sufficiency at 973-940-3500 to speak with a Case Manager who will answer questions and concerns.