High School Partnerships

Early College High School Partnerships

HCCC has a number of partnerships with high schools that allow students to earn college credits as part of their high school curriculum. The number of partnerships is growing every year!

Dual enrollment program leading to the Liberal Arts, General A.A.  

College courses are offered after school on-site. 

Child Development Associate (CDA) coursework is available for students selected by the high school.  

Select seniors are sponsored to take courses at HCCC's Journal Square Campus.  

Select juniors and seniors earn up to 10 credits in Culinary Arts. 

Dual enrollment programs leading to Environmental Studies A.S. and Science and Mathematics, General A.S. are offered.

College courses are offered after school on-site. 

Select students can earn up to 18 college credits.

Dual enrollment program leading to the Liberal Arts, General A.A.  

Dual enrollment programs leading to the Environmental Studies A.S., Studio Arts A.F.A., Business Administration A.S., and Criminal Justice A.S. are offered.

Select students earn up to 7 college credits in Culinary Arts. 

Dual credit courses are taught in numerous high schools as part of the daytime curriculum. 

Select students in the Police and Fire Program earn up to 6 credits in Criminal Justice. 

Select students are able to take college courses as electives in their high school curriculum. 

College courses are offered after school on-site.

Dual credit courses in Culinary Arts.

Dual credit courses in English Composition are taught at the high school as part of the daytime curriculum. 

Select students can earn college credits in Culinary Arts.

Dual credit courses in Accounting and Business are taught at the high school as part of the daytime curriculum. 

Select students can earn 3 college credits in Culinary Arts.

Select students are sponsored to take between 6-18 credits at the North Hudson Campus. 

Dual credit course in Anatomy and Physiology is taught at the high school as part of the daytime curriculum. 

Select students are sponsored to take 7 credits in Culinary Arts. 

Child Development Associate (CDA) coursework is offered for students selected by the high school.  

Select students are sponsored to take courses in Hospitality Management. 

Select students earn up to 9 college credits in Culinary Arts. 

Contact Information

Early College
2 Enos Place, Room J104
Jersey City, NJ 07306
Phone: (201) 360-5330
Fax: (201) 360-4308
earlycollege@hccc.edu