About Passaic County Community College
Passaic County Community College is a publicly supported two-year college offering associate in arts and associate in science degree programs that lead to transfer to four-year colleges. Offering associate in applied science degrees and certificates in career specializations, the College provides more than forty degree and certificate programs to over 5,000 students. Student activities, cultural programming, and intercollegiate athletics provide students with a variety of extracurricular experiences.
PCCC’s main campus is located in the lower portion of Passaic County, New Jersey, in the heart of one of the nation’s historic industrial cities, Paterson. The campus serves an extremely diverse population. The central campus buildings include Academic Hall, Founders’ Hall, Hamilton Hall, and the newly refurbished Hamilton Club building. Academic Hall contains classrooms, computer and science laboratories, and the Academic Resource Center; it is connected to Founders’ Hall by a passageway that crosses over College Boulevard. Founders’ Hall contains many administrative offices, gymnasium, and theater.
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You can use the course discussion areas for this purpose.
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Passaic County Community College
Continuing Education and Workforce Development
Paterson, NJ 07505