Center for Lifelong Learning

The Center for Lifelong Learning is designed for individuals over 50 looking for intellectual stimulation, an opportunity to expand their horizons, and want to be part of a lifelong learning community.

Please check back for information for the upcoming fall 

The Center is a partnership between the College and the Senior Services Division of Sussex County.

Registration

To register for our programs, please contact the Division of Senior Services at 973-579-0555, extension 1277, or via email at seniorservices@sussex.nj.us.


COVID Information

The Center for Lifelong Learning at Sussex County Community College is committed to protecting the health and safety of our seniors and staff. In order to continue to offer our senior community access to lifelong learning programs, the Center will deliver our Programs via Zoom meetings, which will include a call-in telephone number for those seniors who simply want to listen to the Program without the need to participate in the Zoom meeting! 

Mission Statement

The Center for Lifelong Learning at Sussex County Community College (SCCC) is designed for individuals over 50 who are looking for intellectual stimulation, an opportunity to expand their horizons and who want to be part of a life-long learning community that is full of insight, cultural diversity, and wisdom.

Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver

Sussex County residents, 65 years and older, are entitled to free tuition and fees for eligible college-level courses. 

These conditions apply:

  1. The class must be eligible for the senior citizen free tuition (some labs, trade and field experience courses will not be eligible);
  2. Paid enrollment warrants the course being conducted;
  3. There must be sufficient space available in the class; and
  4. Registration for the course must occur only during the final two business days before the start of the semester. Applicants who opt to register earlier are not eligible for free tuition.
  5. Applicants may take the course for college credit or may choose to audit the course.
  6. Applicants must register in person during the specified registration time period (the final two days before the start of the semester), and must present proof of eligibility at the time of registration. Applicants may seek advising assistance from the Advising & Counseling Center, but must register at the Office of the Registrar.