Advisement Resources

While there are an endless variety of personal situations and needs that will require tailored advising strategies, this list is intended to put the resources to answer the most commonly asked questions at your fingertips.


Academic Calendar


Academic Forgiveness


Academic Plan (Degree Audit)


Academic Program Chairs and Coordinators


Academic Program Guide

Academic Probation Policy



Career Assessment Tools – Strong Interest Inventory identifies major interest areas and minor sub-interests, compares student's likes and dislikes to those in industry and identifies careers. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator provides insight into student's personality traits and promotes more research on what occupations would be suited to the student's "type." Student must obtain a referral from an advisor and then arrange for an appointment


Clubs and Organizations

Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students – Site includes information on note taker training and resources for faculty and staff

Degree Audit (Academic Plan)

Disability Services

Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF)

Electives - General Education (by catalog year)
Electives - Program Specific (by catalog year)

English as a Second Language (ESL) Department

Enrollment Basics

Six Easy Steps to Enroll
     1.    Apply
     2.    Complete FAFSA
     3.    Take Placement Test
     4.    Meet with an Advisor
     5.    Register
     6.    Make a Payment


Financial Aid
     •   Contact Information, hours and location

     •   Net Price Calculator

     •   Financial Aid Process

     •   Types of Aid

     •   Policies and Procedures

         •   Book Voucher Policy

         •   Conditions Governing Students' Aid

         •   Confidentiality, FERPA and Fraud Policy

         •   Cost of Attendance

         •   Return of Title IV Funds Policy

         •   Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy

     •   Transfer Students

     •   Financial Aid FAQs

     •   Forms

     •   FAFSA




International Student Services

myCCC Portal Instructions

NJ Stars - NJ Student Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarship (NJ STARS) is a program that was created in 2004 by the State of New Jersey to provide access to higher education for the State's highest achieving students.  There are specific guidelines for students to maintain eligibility.  Lillie Howard in the Advisement Center is the point of contact for these students.



Student Employment – The Student Employment Office posts over 1,000 positions yearly in a variety of fields for students.  The office provides employers with the opportunity to advertise available positions and recruit on campus individually as well as in the Job Fair.

Student Success Topics
     •   A Guide to CCC Student Services

     •   How To Communicate with Your Professors

     •   How to Take Effective Class Notes

     •   How to Manage Your Study Time

     •   How to Succeed in Online Courses
     •   Understanding the Way You Learn

Testing Center
     •    AP Testing
     •    Career Assessment Tools
     •    English Department Essay Exam
     •    FAQ
     •    GED
     •    Make-up/Distance Testing
     •    Make-up/Distance Schedule     

     •    Placement Testing

          •    Testing Schedule
          •    Test Description
          •    Sample Test
          •    Exemptions
          •    SAT Exemptions
          •    Retest Policy
     •    CLEP/DSST/Prior Learning
     •    TEAS Testing
     •    Testing Fees


Transfer Services - It is never too early to think about transfer!
     •    Articulation Agreements
     •    NJ Transfer
     •    Transfer Events
     •    Transfer Resources
     •    Transfer Advising by Major
     •    4 year College Information

Tutoring Center - Tutoring is free for any student currently enrolled in credit courses at Camden County College. Students must be matriculated in a course to receive tutoring help in that subject.

Veterans Services

      •    Credit Registration Online Services (instructions in pdf for once you've entered myCCCPortal)