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Cumberland County College History

PO Box 1500, College Drive, Vineland, New Jersey 08362-1500
856-691-8600
Admissions: 856-691-8600
President: Dr. Thomas Isekenegbe


Cumberland County College was the first community college in New Jersey to open its own campus in October 1966. Today, the college is dedicated to preparing students and community members for success in the ever-changing global environment.

Cumberland’s core values – pride, service, excellence – drive its attitude toward delivering outstanding academic programs and services. The college’s reputation for quality flows from innovative professors who teach in well-equipped classrooms and laboratories.

CCC offers 90 career and transfer programs of study. Associate degree and certificate programs are offered in the fields of Communications, Fine and Performing Arts, Graphic Design, Journalism, Liberal Arts, Philosophy and Religion, Television Production, Accounting, American Studies, Business, Education, Justice Studies, Paralegal Studies, Public Administration, Social Service, Agriculture/Horticulture, Computer Science, Engineering, Engineering Technology, Health Services, Mathematics/Science, Office Administration and Technical Studies.

Enrolling more than 4,000 students during the academic year, Cumberland County College is fully accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. More than 25,000 students have graduated from CCC since it opened.

About half of CCC’s graduates continue their education at four-year colleges and universities. The college’s graduates have successfully transferred to every college in New Jersey and scores of colleges and universities throughout America. Career program graduates become a vital part of the work force.

The college’s 100-acre campus provides an outstanding educational and social atmosphere, featuring the following buildings:

The Shirlee and Bernard Brown University Center houses university partnership programs that enable students to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees on campus.

The Frank Guaracini Jr. Fine and Performing Arts Center is the cultural center of the region, featuring local and world-class entertainment and cultural events.

The Student and Enrollment Services Center is a modern “one-stop” facility for student activities and services.

The George Luciano Sr. Conference Center is a first-rate events facility where organizations can hold conferences, banquets and meetings. 

The Paul Navone Healthcare Education Center features futuristic laboratories and modern, multifunctional classrooms.





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