ELIZABETH – Union County College and Caldwell College made their partnership official on Tuesday, Sept. 18, at a signing ceremony in the Kellogg Building of Union County College’s Elizabeth Campus.
UCC President McMenamin and Caldwell President Nancy H. Blattner closed two deals. The first was a comprehensive articulation agreement between the two colleges. The second was a provision for Caldwell College to begin providing upper-level bachelor’s degree courses in Psychology, Business Administration, and Criminal Justice on the Elizabeth Campus.
Union County College is a public comprehensive community college. It operates major campuses in Cranford, Elizabeth, Plainfield and Scotch Plains. Union enrolls almost 40,000 credit, non-credit, and continuing education students and is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Union has had the largest non-credit enrollment among the 19 New Jersey county colleges.
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