Selena Mohan

Coordinator, Developmental Education Support, Mathematics
Academic Divisions - Arts, Humanities, Developmental Studies
Academic Building
856-691-8600, 1224
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A.A. Cumberland County College
B.A. Fairleigh Dickinson University
M.A. Fairleigh Dickinson University
M.A. University of Phoenix

I am the  Developmental Math Coordinator since July 2013.  However, my history with Cumberland County College does not start there. Besides being born and raised in Vineland and still residing here with my husband.  I am a 2003 graduate of Cumberland County College with my degree in AA in Liberal Arts Elementary/Secondary Education.  Continuing my education at Fairleigh Dickinson University through the partnership at the Cumberland County College campus.  I was in the Qwest program, which enabled me to receive my Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in elementary education K-12 from FDU within 3 years. 

Upon my graduation in 2006 from FDU, I was blessed with a teaching job at the former Immaculate Conception School in Bridgeton where I actually began teaching science to grades 5 – 8.  The following school year I had the privilege to teaching both science and math to the same grades.  I grew to enjoy teaching math more than science and decided to take the middle school praxis exam and get my teaching certificate endorsed with middle school mathematics.  At this time, I applied for the lab assistant for the developmental math labs in the evenings at Cumberland County College.  At the end of the 2009 school year, our school, Immaculate Conception learned of its closing.  I was blessed once again to be given additional day time hours in the developmental math lab at CCC. 

From 2009 – 2013 I worked my way up from a few part-time hours to a temporary full-time position which led into the position I hold today.  I found myself going back to school, but this time online through the University of Phoenix to pursue my math degree into Mathematics Curriculum and Instruction.

I love working with all the students who come into our program and work closely with my instructors to ensure their student’s success.  I also meet with many students throughout the semester giving them advising assistance so that they can be successful in their academic journey as well as their career journey.  My door is always open, so if you need assistance, make an appointment, stop in, or give me a call and I can try to help or direct you to my co-workers who would be able to best assist you.