Inspiring our students to succeed is our number one priority. Our dedicated faculty and staff help our students develop the skills they need to advance in the workforce or transfer to a four-year college or university. With over 60 programs, two campuses in Haverhill and
New York City College of Technology have over 17,000 students in attendance today. The college is a recognized Hispanic Serving Institution. Students strive for balance between strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
New Jersey CIty University was chartered in 1927, evolving with its city as time progressed. Students are called to think deeper, and challenge conventional wisdom in a city growing in diversity.
Naugatuck Valley Community College offers quality, affordable education and training in response to evolving community needs by providing opportunities to individuals and organizations to develop their potential. At NVCC, the word “community” is central and our students are considered our most sacred trust and our
Montclair State University was founded in 1908, and is a designated Hispanic Serving Institution. The college serves over 21,000 students. Students at Montclair State University strive for excellence through diversity.
Middlesex County College is a community college that strives for connection and collaboration between its students, faculty, and its community.
Mercy College was founded in 1950 and foster motivation and transformation of their students through their learning environment. At Mercy College, they take the moral and ethical growth of their students personally.
Lehman College is the only four-year college in Bronx, New York, with over 14,000 students in attendance. More than half of their students are first generation college students. Lehman College is a designated Hispanic Serving Institution.
Hudson County Community College is a public, comprehensive urban community college committed to offering high-quality programs that are affordable, accessible, and community-centered. The College services the residents and businesses of Hudson County, one of the most densely populated and ethnically diverse areas of America. Our
HCC began in 1946 as the city-sponsored Holyoke Junior College, a fledgling institution that lacked many of the resources traditionally associated with colleges. Nevertheless, the school flourished thanks to the perseverance of its small but dedicated staff. Today, Holyoke Community College is housed on a