New College Tuition Structure Encourages Students To Earn Degree In 2 Years

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CRANFORD – Union County College has revised its full-time tuition structure to encourage students to complete their degrees in two years. Beginning this fall, tuition for full-time students will be a flat rate for each semester.

Under the new plan, full time students who live in Union County will pay $2,040 per semester, whether they take the minimum 12 credits or the maximum 18. Students who complete 15 credits per term may earn their degree in two years.

An Associates degree from Union County College will transfer to any four year college or university in New Jersey, as well as many institutions, both public and private, throughout the nation. Students graduating from Union are able to enter the new institution as a junior.

For the most up-to-date information on Union County College, visit www.ucc.edu. If you are interested in taking a tour of the campus, contact the Office of Recruitment at (908) 709-7518.


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