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By following these steps, you’ll be on your way to achieving your goals at HCCC.
You have several choices. The fastest way is to apply online. You can also download a form in Spanish. If you download a form, print it out, and send it to or drop it off to the Enrollment Services office.
We accept applications on a rolling basis, but you should apply as early as possible for the semester you wish to join.
For more details about the enrollment process as a Senior Citizen Student, please click here.
After you are admitted to HCCC, you need to determine your college placement level to make sure you sign up for the right classes. This will help identify if you need to take extra classes in reading, writing, and mathematics before moving on to college-level classes. There are different options for you to choose from to determine your placement, including in-person and remote options. Keep in mind you can also be exempt from the placement process and can enter directly into college level courses if you meet certain guidelines.
The state of New Jersey requires that we ask all students who are enrolled full-time (12 credit hours or more) to provide proof of measles, mumps, rubella, and hepatitis B immunizations. All students, regardless if they are full-time or part-time, must provide proof of meningococcal meningitis immunization, unless they are exempt. Students can provide evidence that they are exempt because of the following reasons:
We accept the following as evidence of immunization:
Download and Fill Out Our Immunization Record Form.
You have many ways to pay for college. Some of them are based on your financial need, although others are based on your grades, interests or skills.
You could be eligible for grants or scholarships from the government or from HCCC. Financial aid is also available in the form of federal and state loans and grants, such as Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, state Tuition Aid Grants, Federal Work-Study and the Educational Opportunity Fund.
The financial aid application process is confidential and free. The first step in receiving a loan or grant is to apply and file a Free Application for Financial Aid (FAFSA).
Eligible students may qualify for a scholarship at HCCC or from an external source.
Click here when you're ready to register for classes.