Welcome to Camden County College's online FAQ forum! This site was developed to answer some of the more frequent questions fielded by various College staff across our three campuses. You will notice that some answers end with links to other areas on our web-site. Please click on these links for more detailed information on the related topic. You will also notice both a phone number and an e-mail address at the end of each category. The College has assigned staff members from each area to field inquiries that may not be covered in the FAQ. You may choose to phone the department, or e-mail the individual assigned, with any question or topic relating to each category.
How do I contact the Business Office?
Camden County College Business Office
Student Services Center, Taft Hall
PO Box 200
Blackwood, NJ 08012
Phone: (856)227-7200 ext. 4312
What types of payments are accepted?
Camden County College accepts cash, check, electronic checks, money order, American Express®, VISA®, MasterCard®, Discover®, 3rd Party Payment Vouchers, and approved financial aid.
For your convenience, you may pay by mail, in person, via telephone or online at www.camdencc.edu with a credit card through WebAdvisor. Payments are accepted at the Blackwood campus, Camden campus, and the William G. Rohrer Center in Cherry Hill.
Does the college offer deferred payments and/or installment plans?
Camden County College offers deferred payments and installment payment plan for fall and spring semesters only. Payment for summer terms is due in full at the time of registration.
Students who wish to participate in payment plans, please click here.
What should I do if I applied for Financial Aid?
The Financial Aid priority filing deadline for the fall semester is May 1 and September 1 for the spring. After filing the FAFSA, all documentation must be submitted by June 1 for a fall semester and October 1 for a spring semester, in order to be considered for all available types of aid. If WebAdvisor does not indicate a financial aid award by the time you are scheduled to register or pay your bill, you should contact the Financial Aid Office.
What is chargeback?
All out of county students attending Camden County College in a Chargeback Eligible Program (generally, this is a program that is not offered by your county of residence) are required to submit authorization forms for chargeback. Chargeback forms allow Camden County College to bill other counties for additional costs incurred in educating out of county students. Click here for specific instructions regarding chargeback.
How much does it cost per credit?
Tuition is currently $107 per credit for Camden County residents, $111 per credit for Out of County and Out of State residents, and $199 per credit for international students. In addition, there are mandatory fees applicable to all students, including a $30 per credit general service fee, $7 per credit facilities fee, course fees, and hourly instruction fees associated with specific courses. Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.
What is the "General Service" fee?
The general service fee is $30 per credit. This fee covers your student I.D., parking decal, use of the library, open access computer labs and other general college services. Also, an ever-increasing portion of this fee is dedicated towards building and improving our technology infrastructure. It is important that we not only keep pace with technology, but also expand upon it.
What is the "Facility" fee?
The facility fee is $7 per credit. This fee is applied toward the construction of new facilities on campus.
What is the "Course" fee?
Course fees are charged to help support materials and equipment utilized in some classes. These fees are not charged in all courses and vary when they are charged. Course fees are listed in the schedule of classes for each term.
What is the "Hourly Instruction" fee?
The hourly instruction fee helps to support the additional classroom instruction that is a part of certain courses
How do I get a refund?
The Business Office issues refunds according to the following policy:
50% Refund for official drops processed during the drop/add period.
100% Refund for official drops processed prior to the start of the term.
0% Refund for withdrawals processed after the drop/add period or for non-attendance.
Late fees (if charged) are non-refundable.
You must contact the Business Office to request a refund, unless the refund is a result of Financial Aid funds.
Financial Aid refunds are automatically processed and mailed to the students. Please allow two weeks for processing refunds once the funds are transmitted onto your account. Refund checks are generally mailed during the third week in October for the fall semester, and during the third week in March for the spring semester.
Please Note: No refunds will be issued for drops processed after the deadlines. After the deadline, students who do not wish to remain enrolled in a course MUST withdraw from the course. A withdrawal form must be completed and submitted to the Office of Admissions and Registration Services by the withdrawal deadlines. Failure to do this may result in a failure grade.
What happens if I have a past due balance?
You will not be able to access your grades, transcripts, or register for classes. The College requires that all prior balances be paid in full before registering for a subsequent semester. Once you have paid your prior balances, you may need to notify the Business Office in order to be permitted to register. Payments made will be applied to prior balances first. Please contact a supervisor in the business office to make payment arrangements. If your bill remains unpaid for a period of time, your account will be forwarded to a collection agency and you will be responsible to pay in full the past due balance and any collection and/or attorney’s fees that may be incurred by or on behalf of CCC to satisfy your financial obligations.
How can I get a copy of my 1098T (tax) form?
The 1098T forms are available online. Please click here for detailed instructions on how to access your 1098T form through your WebAdvisor account.
Other Questions? Call (856) 227-7200, ext, 4312 or
E-Mail the Business Office at InquireBusinessOfc@camdencc.edu
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Where is the Bookstore?
Blackwood: Mauke Community Center, 1st Floor
Camden: Camden Technology Center, 1st Floor
Cherry Hill: Rohrer Center, 1st Floor
What is the Bookstore's phone number?
Blackwood: (856) 232-6813; 227-7200 Ext. 4316
Camden: (856) 968-1200
Rohrer: (856) 874-6050
What payment methods will the Bookstore accept?
The bookstore accepts American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa, Cash or Check. You may also use an approved and authorized financial aid credit in lieu of payment.
Does the Bookstore sell used books?
Yes, the Bookstore sells both new and used books. Some books are available for rent.
College Bookstore hours:
Please check the website for bookstore hours.
Click here for more detailed information about the Bookstore.
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What is Camden County College's Title IV code?
The code is 006865. You need to place this code in step #6 of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
What are the hours that the Financial Aid Office is open?
Regular academic year hours for the Financial Aid office are outlined below.
Blackwood campus: Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Camden campus: Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
** Summer hours are reduced on Fridays to 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p. m.
What is the deadline for applying for financial aid?
The Financial Aid priority filing deadline for the fall semester is May 1 and September 1 for the spring semester. After filing the FAFSA, all documentation must be submitted by June 1 for a fall semester and October 1 for a spring semester, in order to be considered for all available types of aid. Priority applications will be processed prior to the start of the semester. However, as long as you complete your application before the last day of the semester or your last day of attendance (whichever comes first), we will review your eligibility.
What is a “complete” file?
For a file to be complete, you must have had your FAFSA processed by the Department of Education and the results received by the College. You must also have submitted the College's Authorization and Certification form and any verification documentation as required by the US Department of Education, NJ HESAA, or CCC. You also must have been accepted into an eligible degree or certificate program in order for your application to be considered complete.
What happens next?
Approximately 3 to 4 weeks after you have completed your FAFSA, you should receive your Student Aid Report (also known as the SAR) from the Department of Education. The school receives the same information electronically. We will inform you of the status of your application and tell you if we need any additional documentation. Once your file is complete, if you are eligible for aid you should receive an award letter within 2 to 4 weeks.
How do I go about buying books for my classes?
If you have been awarded by the College's Financial Aid Office and you have pre-registered for the semester and you have a credit balance, you may report to the Bookstore the week before classes begin and you will be able to charge books and supplies against your financial aid award. Otherwise financial aid students seeking bookstore purchasing authorization would need to come in to the Financial Aid Office. If you qualify, bookstore authorization will be supplied electronically to the bookstore on your behalf. With a valid College ID card and proof of registration, the bookstore will set up an account for you. What you spend in the bookstore will be deducted from your award after tuition and fees and before refunds are issued.
If I have applied for a student loan will my bill be covered?
If the Financial Aid Office has received all documents required to process your loan application, and you qualify for a sufficient amount to cover tuition and fee costs, your payment will be deferred until your loan funds are disbursed to the college.
Can I get credit in the bookstore with a student loan?
If you applied for a loan prior to the start of classes for the term and you have funds remaining after tuition and fee costs are considered, bookstore authorization will be supplied electronically to the bookstore on your behalf. With a valid College ID card and proof of registration, the bookstore will set up an account for you. What you spend in the bookstore will be deducted from your loan proceeds after tuition and fees and before refunds are issued.
I would like to register under the Unemployed Persons' Tuition Waiver program or the National Guard Tuition Waiver program?
Before registering, bring to the Financial Aid Office a letter from your Commander (National Guard) or a NJ Job Service certification form (unemployed). The College must also have the results of your FAFSA on file or you must submit proof that you have filed the FAFSA form. Waiver applications and policies are available here . Please refer to the specific semester calendar for registration dates.
Does financial aid cover non-credit courses?
No, financial aid does not cover non-credit courses, however you may apply for a private loan or VA assistance if eligible. Contact Continuing Education at (856) 374-4955 for more details.
Who needs to provide parent information to apply for financial aid?
It depends on your answers to the questions in Step 3 of the 2010-11 FAFSA. Generally, anyone born in 1987 or after, who is not married or not orphaned needs to provide his or her parents information. You are exempt, however, if you are a veteran, a ward of the court or you have dependents for which you provide more than 50% support. See the detailed instructions at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ .
Are there any other qualifications for receiving aid?
Yes, the following criteria must be met before you can receive financial aid:
1. You must meet the College's admission policies and be accepted into an eligible degree or certificate program.
2. You must be a United States citizen or eligible non-citizen.
3. You cannot be in default on a student loan.
4. You must have a high school diploma, GED, or have the “ability to benefit”.
5. If you are male, and over the age of 18, you must be registered with Selective Service.
6. If you are a returning student, you must continue to make satisfactory academic progress as defined by Federal, State and College guidelines.
Each award fund has different eligibility criteria and there are documents you may need to supply that are program specific. In order to receive aid from a particular program you must meet all related eligibility requirements and supply any requested forms.
Can someone with a Bachelor's degree receive financial aid?
If you have a Bachelor's degree you may receive Federal Work-Study and/or Federal Direct Loans only. If you are currently unemployed, you may be eligible to register under the Unemployed Persons' Tuition Waiver Program. Among other things, you will need to obtain a NJ Job Certification form from your unemployment counselor, and bring it to the Financial Aid Office.
I received a letter terminating my Financial Aid due to unsatisfactory academic progress. What does this mean?
If you are not making satisfactory progress, you will not be eligible for financial aid until you meet the satisfactory progress standards or have an appeal approved based on mitigating circumstances. You may file an appeal by submitting the appeal form and related documentation. The USAP Appeal Form is available here.
What happens if my financial aid award exceeds my costs?
You will be sent a refund check in the mail after the Business Office finalizes your charges for the semester. This usually occurs at about the 9th week of each semester. Refund monies can be used to help with the everyday expenses of attending Camden County College, including meals, transportation, and other miscellaneous personal expenses.
Where can I get more information on the various forms of financial aid?
Financial aid information and an online application are available from the U.S Department of Education's FAFSA web-site. The NJ HESAA website has information about New Jersey state aid. The College’s Financial Aid website provides detailed information. If you have other questions you may call the Financial Aid Office at (856) 374-4985.
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What should I do before taking the placement test?
If you are a new student, please apply for admission online before taking the placement test.
Go to apply.camdencc.edu. Select Create Your Account and then Apply to Camden County College. All students are required to complete an Admissions Application regardless of the reason for enrollment.
If you have attended another college and you are applying to a selective associate degree or certificate program, or if you wish to have your previous courses evaluated for transfer credit, please submit to the Admissions, Records and Registration Services an official transcript from each college you have listed on the application.
College Placement Walk-in Test Schedule
What placement test does the College use?
Camden County College uses the online Accuplacer.
Who should take the placement test?
Most full time and part time students are required to take the placement test before enrolling in classes.
How are the scores used?
The scores are used to determine the most appropriate placement for each student. Some students may place into college-level courses, and some students may need to enroll in developmental classes.
How do I prepare for the test?
The results determine which classes you need to take, and therefore it is very important for each student to review the test description and sample tests before taking the test.
Description of the Test
Accuplacer Sample Questions
Get a good night sleep and have a light meal or snack before testing. Being tired or hungry can hurt your performance on the test.
What do I need to bring to the test?
All students must have a valid/current photo ID in order to test. Pencils, pens and scrap paper are supplied by the Testing Center.
How long is the test?
The test takes approximately 2 ½ hours. The test is given on a walk-in basis according to the schedule listed on this website. Students may begin the test at anytime within the walk-in hours. No reservation is necessary.
What does the test cover?
The Test: Essay, Reading Sentence Skills, Arithmetic, Elementary Algebra
The ESL Test: Reading, Listening, Essay, Arithmetic, Elementary Algebra
(Only the essay portion of each test is timed. The rest of the test is un-timed).
What aids are permitted during testing?
The math tests provide a built-in calculator which can be used periodically throughout the test. Scrap paper will be supplied by the Testing Center.
(No hand held calculators, dictionaries or other outside aids can be used during testing.)
Where can I take the Test?
You may take the test at all three CCC locations: Blackwood, Camden, Cherry Hill.
Please see test schedule.
Do I qualify for an exemption from taking the placement test?
(Official documentation is required for all exemptions).
SAT Exemptions and Score Information
How do I get the results of the test?
You will be given a print out of your results immediately, and then you can meet with an advisor to discuss your results and next steps.
Due to the confidential nature of test results, scores and placements can’t be discussed over the phone.
If I don’t do well on the test, can I retest?
Please review the sample tests and test description before the first test so that you are prepared. If you would like to retest, you may do so according to the retest guidelines.
Test Center Rules
• All students must have a valid/current photo ID before being seated for any testing.
• All cell phones, blue tooth and other electronic devices must be turned off and stored away. No cell phones or other electronic devices can be placed on the desks at anytime.
• No personal calculators, dictionaries, scrap paper, food, drinks or gum are allowed in the Testing Center.
• No Internet, email or other sites may be accessed while testing.
• Scrap paper supplied by the Testing Center must be handed in before leaving the Testing Center.
• Hats, hoods and sunglasses must be removed before testing.
• All personal items must be stored away during testing.
How can I make special arrangements for testing accommodations?
Anyone with a disability that would prevent them testing under standard conditions, may request special accommodations by calling the Disability Support Services Office at (856) 227-7200 ext. 4430 or by contacting the Director at email@example.com.
Students who are hearing impaired may call the Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students at (856) 227-7200 ext. 4255 (voice) or email the Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All requests for accommodations will be evaluated on a case by case basis. In order to be eligible for accommodations, students are required to submit current and substantive documentation to the Disability Support Services Office.
For questions regarding testing, please contact the Testing Center at
(856) 227-7200 ext. 4710.
Testing Center, LIB 200
P.O. Box 200, College Drive
Blackwood, NJ 08012
(856) 227-7200 ext. 4710
Fax (856) 374-5090
College Hall 117
200 N. Broadway
Camden, NJ 08102
(856) 968- 1287 (Mondays through Fridays) or 1275 (Mondays through Thursdays)
Fax (856) 968-1222
Cherry Hill Campus
1889 Route 70 East
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
Please click here to view the testing schedule.
Other Question? Call (856) 227-7200 x 4710
Or E-mail the Testing Center at email@example.com
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What are the ways to register?
Students may register for classes online through WebAdvisor, in-person, by mail, or by fax. If you are a new student, click here first for information on how to enroll.[link to 6 easy steps, attached]
WebAdvisor On-line Registration
Returning students and new students who have completed an admissions application and taken the placement test (or the equivalent) may enroll online and make payment online.
Click on WebAdvisor from the College’s home page, log in and select “Register for Sections” to register and select “Make a Payment” to pay your bill.
Print a copy of the WebAdvisor transaction results screen for your records. Click the on-line registration link above for a
comprehensive overview of services available on WebAdvisor.
Camden County College offers deferred payments and installment payment plan for fall and spring semesters only.
Please click here for more information regarding payment.
Students can register in person at the Blackwood, Camden City, and William G. Rohrer locations during the walk-in registration period. The College has set up convenient registration times when staff will be available to help you.
Mail-in and Fax-in Registration (100% payment required)
All students may register by mail or by fax. First-time students should fill out both the application for admission and the registration form to be enrolled in classes. Proper documentation showing satisfactory completion of any necessary prerequisites must accompany any mail/fax registration form. Registrations that are mailed/faxed are processed within three business days after they are received. Please refer to the semester tab or the College’s website for registration dates and deadlines.
Students must mail the forms with a check, money order or credit card information (VISA®, MasterCard®, American Express® or Discover®). Checks and money orders should be made payable to Camden County College for the total amount of the tuition and fees. If the student is using a government or company authorization, that form must also be submitted along with your registration.
Camden County College
P.O. Box 200
Blackwood, NJ 08012
If you choose to register by fax, you must use a credit card (VISA®, MasterCard®, American Express® or Discover®) to make payment. FAX to (856) 374-4917
What are hours of operation for the office of Admissions, Records and Registration Services?
Regular academic year business hours for the 3 campuses are as follows:
Blackwood Campus: Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Camden Campus: Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
William G. Rohrer Center in Cherry HIll: Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m.- 6:30 p.m., Friday 8:30 - 5:00 p.m.
** Summer hours are reduced on Fridays to 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Rohrer closes at 2:30 p.m.)
How can I have an official transcript sent to another school?
Official transcript requests can be made via WebAdvisor or at any of the three campus locations. If you cannot access WebAdvisor, you must make the request in writing. The request should include your name, student ID number or social security number, signature and the address where the transcript is to be sent. Click here for a Transcript Request Form. There is a $10.00 fee for each transcript processed. Please do not send cash in the mail. No transcript will be sent until the fee is paid and all previous balances have been paid in full. If you would like your transcript held for grades or posting of degree information, you must make the request in person or via email.
How will I know if the transcript has been sent?
You can check the status of your transcript request by clicking on Transcript request status in WebAdvisor.
How do I know if CCC has accepted any of my credits from another school?
Transfer credits are evaluated as they are received but do not appear on your record until you register for classes at the College. Please allow at least 30 days for the evaluation of a transcript. A transcript evaluation report will be mailed to you once your transcript has been evaluated. Only courses completed at regionally accredited colleges or universities with a grade of C (or equivalent) or above will be evaluated. You also may pick up a copy of your transcript evaluation report from office of Admissions, Records and Registration Services on the Blackwood campus.
When can Senior Citizens register?
Senior Citizens must be 65 or older to take advantage of the Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver Program, and may register no earlier than one business day before the course is scheduled to begin. Senior Citizens may also enroll in non-credit courses at a 50% discount on a space available basis. Senior citizens may register for non-credit courses no earlier than five business days before the course is scheduled to begin.
I would like information on non-credit courses.
Non-credit courses are available through the Continuing Education Office. You can access a course schedule and registration information by clicking on Continuing Education. You can also call (856) 874-6004 for more information on these courses.
What courses and/or programs do you offer?
Credit Courses – Click here
Non-Credit Courses - A list of available courses can be seen by clicking here. You may pick up a brochure at any one of the 3 college locations, Taft Hall, Blackwood Campus, Second Floor, Camden Technology Center and Information Desk, William G. Rohrer Center.
How can I tell if a course is still open?
You may access our schedule of classes through our web site by clicking here to go to WebAdvisor. To search for classes, click on the Search for Sections link. Enter the term and course information. You will receive information about the course(s) including seat availability.
I need a copy of my schedule and/or transcript.
You may receive an unofficial copy of your transcript or a schedule from an enrollment services assistant at any campus with a proper photo I.D. (student ID or driver's license). A copy can also be printed online using WebAdvisor. Requests for official transcripts must be made in writing. There is a $10 fee for each request.
How do I change my schedule?
You may change your class schedule online using WebAdvisor or you may process a Drop/Add form at any of our three campus locations through the drop/add deadlines for each session. Any student desiring to change a course in order to obtain a refund may do so during regular business hours. Once the session begins, a $35 processing fee is assessed each time a student makes a schedule adjustment except for changes due to cancelled courses or other institutional reasons. Refer to the Academic Calendar or “Key Dates” on the College’s website for course change deadlines for each session.
How do I drop a course?
You may drop courses online using WebAdvisor. You may also drop a course in-person by filling out a Drop/Add Form and bringing it to the enrollment services area at any campus. Once the session begins, a $35 processing fee is assessed each time a student makes a schedule adjustment except for changes due to cancelled courses or other institutional reasons. Refer to the semester tab or online Key Dates for deadlines for dropping courses.
What is a withdrawal?
Once the drop/add period is over, students who no longer wish to attend a course must withdraw. Withdrawals must be processed in-person. To withdraw, a student must complete a Course Withdrawal Form and submit it to the Office of Admissions, Records and Registration Services by the withdrawal deadline. The course will remain on the student's academic record with a grade of W. Refer to the Academic Calendar or “Key Dates” on the College’s website for withdrawal deadlines for each session. Any forms not properly submitted by the student to the Office of Admissions, Records and Registration Services may result in a grade of F appearing on the student's academic record. This applies whether the student attended any classes or none at all. Withdrawals may not be processed on-line and are not subject to a refund.
How do I get a refund?
Refunds are issued to students who drop or withdraw as follows:
100% Refund for Official drops processed prior to the start of the session.
50% Refund for Official drops processed during the drop/add period.
0% Refund for withdrawals processed after the drop/add period.
Refer to the semester tab or online here under "Calendars/Deadlines" for deadlines. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks after the start of classes for processing refunds.
Please contact the Business Office at 856-227-7200, ext. 4312 to request a refund.
One of my classes was canceled. I would like to pick another course. How can I do that?
You can review course offerings/available seats, register and make schedule adjustments online by selecting WebAdvisor from the College’s home page at www.camdencc.edu . Select “WebAdvisor/Search for Sections”. You can also download registration and drop/add forms from the College website by selecting Registration/E-Forms. Forms should be completed and submitted to the enrollment services area at any campus.
Other Questions? Call 856-227-7200, ext. 4200
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How can I contact the Advisement Center?
The Advisement Center on the Blackwood campus is located in the Otto Mauke Community Center Room 100. The phone number for the Advisement Center is 856-227-7200, extension 4454. Academic Advising on the Camden City Campus is available in the Camden Technology Center, Room 207. The phone number for Advisement at the Camden City Campus is (856) 968-1325. Limited academic advising is also available at the Rohrer Center in Cherry Hill. For more information about academic advising at the Rohrer Center call 856-874-6000.
When are Academic Advisors available?
Regular academic year hours for the Advisement Center are Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Advisement Center maintains walk-in hours; no appointment is necessary.
What should I do before meeting with an Academic Advisor?
If you are a new college student, it is important to take the College Placement Test.
If you have attended other colleges, it is important to have copies of your transcripts &/or placement test results from other institutions.
Other Questions? Call (856) 227-7200 x 4454
E-mail the advisement center at firstname.lastname@example.org
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What resources are available if I am planning to transfer to a four year college or university after enrolling at Camden County College?
Transfer planning resources are available online on the Transfer Services homepage. Transfer Advisement workshops are held each semester. Details about planning for transfer, resources, program requirements, admissions requirements, and other specific details are covered. A Transfer Fair is held each fall and spring, where admissions representatives are on campus to discuss admissions requirements. A detailed calendar of events is available online.
Where can I find information about admissions requirements, deadlines, and program requirements for specific academic programs at 4 year colleges that I might be interested in?
Visit the Transfer Services 4 Year College/University page for detailed information.
Where can I find information about the transferability of courses to NJ institutions?
NJTransfer, an online statewide transfer database, provides detailed information about the academic requirements at 4 year colleges and universities, and the course equivalencies here at CCC that will satisfy those requirements. Using NJTransfer outlines specific steps to use the site effectively.
What should I major in if I want to transfer?
Camden County College’s Associate of Arts (A.A.) and Associate of Science (A.S.) degrees are designed to transfer. While not designed for transfer, there are some Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Degrees for which Camden County College maintains articulation agreements with 4 year colleges and universities.
How do I schedule an appointment to meet with a transfer advisor?
The Transfer Services Office is located is located in the Otto Mauke Community Center, Room 100 on the Blackwood campus. The phone number for the Transfer Services office is 856-227-7200, extension 4268. Transfer Advisement is provided by appointment on all 3 campuses.
Other Questions? Call (856) 227-7200 x 4268 or
E-mail the Transfer Services Office at email@example.com.
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How do I find a job to assist me financially while attending college?
You can register with the Student Employment Office. This office develops off-campus opportunities (part-time, full-time & seasonal) for currently enrolled students to supplement their income while attending classes. Please visit the job board which can be found in the Otto Mauke Community Center. Job postings can also be found in academic departments, and on boards at the Camden and Rohrer campuses.
Are there any fees associated with this service?
No, the service is free, and you may choose the job you are happiest performing.
Other Questions? Call (856) 227-7200 x 4268
E-mail Student Employment Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Where am I permitted to park?
Blackwood: Students, guests, and visitors must park in white-lined spaces. Vehicles improperly parked are subject to ticketing and towing.
Camden: Secure enclosed parking is available in the Camden Technology Center parking garage for a fee.
Rohrer: Students, guests, and visitors must park in white-lined spaces. Vehicles improperly parked are subject to ticketing and towing.
Do I need a parking decal or permit to park on campus?
Yes. Parking decals and permits are required. There is no charge for decals and permits, and they help Public Safety identify your vehicle in case of emergency. There is a charge to park at the parking garage at the Camden Technology Center.
How do I get the permit or decal?
Blackwood: To obtain a student parking decal you must present your vehicle registration card and a valid Camden County College ID card (or other proof of current class registration), and fill out the appropriate form. The decals and permits can be obtained in the Public Safety Department Office. General office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
Camden: To obtain a student parking decal you must present your vehicle registration card and a valid Camden County College ID card (or other proof of current class registration), and fill out the appropriate form. The decals and permits can be obtained in the Public Safety Office on the first floor of College Hall. General office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Passes for the Parking Garage are available at the Camden Technology Center Lobby.
How much do I have to pay for a parking permit or decal?
The College at no additional cost provides parking decals and permits for use by students, visitors, and employees. There is no limit to the number of vehicles that can be registered by one student. There is, however, a fee to park at the Camden Technology Center parking garage. For parking rates at the Camden Campus, please call (856) 968-1393.
What are the hours of operation for the Parking Garage at the Camden Technology Center?
The hours are Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m., Saturday 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Sunday is closed. The garage will be closed on New Year's Day, Martin Luther King's birthday, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
What number can I call to get more information?
Blackwood: Call the Security Office at (856) 227-7200 X4288.
Camden: Call the Security Office at (856) 968-1393.
Rohrer: Call the Security Office at 874-6057
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Student Identification Cards
Why do I need an ID card?
The ID card is your official college identification and should be carried at all times. This photo ID card is required for library and bookstore transactions, laboratory use, athletic facilities, testing, and cultural and social events.
How can I get an ID card?
Present your class schedule/invoice and another form of photo identification (such as driver's license) to the Public Safety Office.
How can I renew an ID card?
Present your official class schedule/invoice and your Camden County College ID card to a Public Safety desk or office for updating.
Where/When can I get an ID card?
The cards are issued at the Public Safety Office as follows:
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Camden City Campus:
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday 8:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
What if I lose my ID card?
You should promptly report the loss of an ID card to Public Safety. Although the first card is free, there is a $5.00 charge to replace any lost ID card.
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