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Dr. Anthony J. Iacono

+1 973-328-5000

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Motto in English
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Total enrollment
8,705 (2010)

214 Center Grove Rd, Randolph, NJ 07869, USA

Undergraduate tuition and fees
Local tuition: 4,330 USD (2015), Domestic tuition: 10,870 USD (2015)

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County College of Morris (commonly referred to as CCM) is a public community college located in Randolph, Morris County, New Jersey, United States. CCM offers degree and certificate programs in humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, engineering, technology and healthcare. CCM provides transfer opportunities to students looking to pursue a bachelor's degree at a four-year college or university.


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The college was founded in 1966, and first opened its doors to students in 1968. The college president is Dr. Edward J. Yaw.


The main campus is located in Randolph. CCM has a satellite educational center in the Morris County Administration Annex Building at 30 Schuyler Place, Morristown, New Jersey.


In the Summer of 2012, CCM installed solar parking canopies across five parking lots, and upgraded exterior lighting to LED fixtures. Trees cut down to accommodate the solar installation were replaced with ornamental trees and bushes in the Spring of 2013. In 2014, CCM will be constructing a new Music Technology building addition to the Dragonetti Auditorium.


Cohen, DeMare, Emeriti and Sheffield halls comprise the primary educational building on campus. Henderson Hall is the secondary academic building on campus. The college also has a dedicated building for its Landscape and Horticulture Technology Department.

Longo Planetarium

The Longo Planetarium (formally the Madeline D. and Joseph J. Longo Planetarium), is a 91-seat dome theater that features a Digistar 4 SP2 HD Digital Projector, which serves astronomy classes on campus and offers public showings for education and entertainment.

Dragonetti Auditorium

The Dragonetti Auditorium is a 500-seat performing arts venue.


Parking is available free to both students and alumni at any of the student parking lots (parking decal required). Public transportation to the campus is available weekdays via New Jersey Transit local bus route 875, which stops in front of the student center. The bus provides access to the Dover Train Station, where transfers are available to bus routes 872 and 880.

Academic profile

CCM is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, and has one of the highest graduation rates among the 19 county colleges in the state of New Jersey.

Beginning Fall 2014, Rutgers University will offer baccalaureate degrees courses on the CCM campus in psychology, journalism, criminal justice, and public and non-profit administration.

In addition to its adult services, CCM also has a summer camp program for middle and high school students. The summer program includes courses in English, astronomy, math, science, and history.

Student life

The student body consists of more than 8,500 undergraduate students. There are more than 40 student clubs on campus.

The County College of Morris is smoke-free and one of the first public colleges to ban smoking entirely. The decision to ban smoking was a project of the 2005-2006 Student Government Association.


CCM is a NJCAA Division II school. Its athletic conference is the Garden State Athletic Conference.

Men's: Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, Tennis
Women's: Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball

Notable alumni and faculty

  • Christopher McCulloch, creator, director, and co-writer (with Doc Hammer) of the Adult Swim cartoon The Venture Bros, under the pseudonym Jackson Publick.
  • Joe McEwing, played for the New York Mets.
  • Adam Riggs, former Los Angeles Angels player known for his misspelled "Angees" jersey in a 2003 game, as well as his name being mentioned on the Mitchell report.
  • References

    County College of Morris Wikipedia

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