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Sussex has so much to offer our campus and community. Check this page regularly to get a snapshot of all the great news happening at the College and special announcements to keep you informed.

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Guests enjoyed a memorable evening at Perona Farms.

Dr. June Cade

Dr. June Cade conducted the study with support from the Skylands Research Institute at SCCC.

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The Sky's the Limit when you start your education at Sussex.

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With a 7-2 record, the Skylanders Football Team keeps their impressive record.

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The McGuire Technical Education Center wins this year's Economic Innovation Award.

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The Restaurant offered an International Menu with an appetizer, entrée, and dessert.

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LACE Pumpkin Float at SCCC

SCCC’s LACE Program, in its 16th year, is celebrating its 7th Semi-Annual Pumpkin Float!

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SCCC joins a statewide professional learning community, supported by The Tepper Foundation and led by the New Jersey Council of County Colleges.

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Earn 3 credits in just 2½ weeks with winter classes.

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The Lakeland Bank Community Impact Grant will have a direct impact on students.

Professional Development

A three-day event focused on helping you land your next job!

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Dr. Homer, the VP of Student Success will serve a two-year term of service

Resources for Navigating our Student Services

Academic tools, registration tutorials, support contacts, and information for SCCC students.

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Uwill offers SCCC students free immediate access to teletherapy through its easy to use online platform

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Kelly Carlino is named Coca-Cola Leader of Promise

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NJ residents may qualify! Fill out the FAFSA before September 15.

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The Capital Facilities Bond will be used to improve technology and to enhance and expand educational opportunities.

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The grant will further develop the new Skylands Research Institute innovation lab.

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The HSE program celebrated students at a special graduation ceremony.

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See what's happening around campus from the students in our Journalism classes.

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SCCC will receive $40,000 to support the development and launch of free noncredit certificate programs.

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Look ahead to the future and start your education at Sussex.

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The grant will lay the groundwork for a multi-state collaboration called Advancing Photonics Technologies.

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AP research students from area high schools presented on year-long research projects

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Jamie Borger's primary goal is to assist students in achieving their academic and personal success.

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Thirty-Seven Students Named to the 2023 New Jersey All-State Academic Team.

Virtual Excellence Awards Ceremony

Congratulations to our students who received an Excellence Award.

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Celebrate SCCC's newest PTK inductees

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The Sussex County Economic Development Partnership awarded Dr. Connolly this award for his accomplishments.

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Sophomore student-athlete Reese Vanderhoof named SCCC's Woman of the Year

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Sussex and Passaic graduated 14 students from the Nursing program who will go on to take the National Council Licensing Exam.

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Congratulations to the students who showed the academic achievement required to make the Dean’s List.

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Students in the Building Construction program are getting hands-on experience right here on campus.

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A $50,000 grant from the FirstEnergy Foundation will offset the cost of materials in the technical programs at SCCC.

First Generation Student at Graduation

You don't have to be a first-generation student to celebrate with us!

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With the national average of 64%, Sussex MA students were able to pass their exam at a 90% pass rate.

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See what free courses are offered to Seniors though the Center.

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Sussex offers a tuition-free alternate path to achieving your High School Diploma.

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The College will receive $862,500 out of $500 million in state funding from the second round of the “Securing Our Children’s Future Fund.”

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SCCC has 30 student-athletes who received All Academic Honors for the 2021-2022 academic year.