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Celebrating African-American Heritage throughout February 2015
Black History Month: Union County College Celebrates African-American culture and history. A series of thought provoking events with individuals of note are scheduled throughout the month of February. Union County College takes pride in celebrating the contributions of African-Americans throughout History and Today.
Employee and Management Training for Businesses in Union County
Six new programs are now being offered free to businesses and nonprofit organizations through the Industry-Business Institute at Union County College.
President Obama Proposed Making Two Years of Community College Free for Responsible Students.
Under President Obama's new proposal, students would be able to earn the first half of a bachelor's degree, or earn the technical skills needed in the workforce -- all at no cost to them.
Union County College President Named to Executive Committee
President Margaret M. McMenamin has been named to the New Jersey Council of County Colleges’ Executive Committee. The NJCCC is the state association for New Jersey’s 19 community colleges.
Union County College President Receives “Tribute to Women” Award
Union County College President Margaret M. McMenamin was one of five women to be honored by the Boy Scouts of America with their “Tribute to Women” Award.
Business Management Training Just Got Easier for Clients of the Industry-Business Institute at Union County College
A new series of programs, just funded by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development and offered through the New Jersey Business and Industry Association, is available free of charge for employers who want to train their workforce and management teams.
The Spring 2015 Continuing Education Brochure is Now Available
The Office of Continuing Education at Union County College has posted the Spring 2015 brochure online and registration is now open. Classes are offered for adults, as well as youth ages 11-18, and programs run from early February through mid-May. The Continuing Education Department offers non-credit classes for professional development, career enhancement...
Later Start Registration
Begins Online November 27 and in person registration begins December 1. Later Start Classes begin 2/4/15!

Congratulations to the Union County College Spring 2014 Graduates!

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Important Information for Students.

Orientation is required for all first-time, full-time students entering the college during Fall or Spring.


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Upcoming Events

Feb
04
Later Start Classes begin 2/4/15 - 2/4/15
Time: 8:30 AM
Location: All Campuses
Feb
10
Tara Dowdell meeting with female African-American students - 2/10/15
Time: 1:00 AM
Location: Executive Education Center, Cranford Campus
Union County College Emergency Alert Notification System (Regroup)

Anyone wishing to Opt-in to the Union County College Emergency Notification System to receive alert messages must sign up at the following hyper link: https://ucc.regroup.com/signup
Once completed the new member must confirm their Regroup account via the confirmation email sent to the email address entered during the sign up process.
  
Once the confirmation process is complete, the new member can login to their Regroup account add a phone number for text and voice message alerts from Regroup, or change what type of notifications they receive.
 
 
NJ STARS - Scholarships for top high school students
 
 

 President's Spotlight on Academic Excellence

 

 
Union County College American Honors Program

 
Union County College has launched an honors program to attract the County’s brightest students and give them the inside track toward transfer to the nation’s top universities. American Honors is a national program that provides high-achieving community college graduates with a pathway to complete their bachelor’s degree at some of the top four-year universities in the country. Union has begun enrolling students in the American Honors program, with the first cohort entering the College in the Fall of 2014. The American Honors program builds on Union’s rich heritage of preparing transfer-minded students for success. The College has a strong, talented and dedicated faculty that understands how to teach all students - from those who come to us academically unprepared for college to those who have excelled in high school. Union’s American Honors program will provide personalized advising for the highest-achieving students and will open doors to some of the nation’s best universities. Community college students who graduate as American Honors participants have been accepted to such prestigious universities as Stanford, Cornell, Georgetown, Vanderbilt, Michigan, USC, and Purdue, and have received significant financial scholarships after transferring. Union County College is one of only two colleges in New Jersey to offer this program. 

 

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