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College has tuition freeze 4th year in a row

4/30/2020 10:55:11 AM

Sussex County Community College has announced it will extend its tuition freeze for the 2020-2021 school year to ensure education remains affordable and attainable.

This announcement marks the fourth straight year that tuition and fees will remain the same.

“Given today’s financial situation due to the coronavirus and our belief that students of all means should be able to attend college, the decision to extend our tuition freeze was an easy one,” said Sussex President Jon Connolly.

Sussex offers an extensive college experience. Students who are starting their education or continuing their education will find Sussex has an engaging campus atmosphere. The College boosts academic honors programs that enable students to transfer to top-tier institutions. Numerous diverse campus clubs and activities keep students connected. Male and female student-athletes can fill their passion for sports on one of 11 teams, including new programs in football, wrestling and lacrosse. The Sussex men's soccer team is annually ranked among the best community college programs in the country.  

In addition to a range of scholarships, Sussex’s commitment to affordable education includes special rates for veterans, seniors, residents of certain Warren County districts, and neighboring out-of-state counties, among others.

Sussex offers an array of degree programs and also enjoys a host of program partnerships with 4-year colleges throughout New Jersey, as well as Eastern Pennsylvania. Additionally, Sussex has a robust military veteran-friendly program.

To learn more about course offerings, financial aid, or to apply, please visit sussex.edu.