RVCC to Hold Information Session

Learn about all Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) has to offer and how to enroll for summer or fall classes by attending an information session on Wednesday, April 29, from 4:30-6 p.m. The event will be held in the Atrium at the College’s Branchburg Campus.

RVCC Admissions specialists will provide information about:

  • Programs designed to help students transfer to top colleges and universities in New Jersey, across the country and even abroad
  • Career training programs, designed in partnership with local industry, that can be completed in a year or less
  • Earning extra college credits this summer
  • Paying for college
  • Online courses

Graduating high school seniors hoping to get a jump-start on college, or current college students looking to earn extra credits and save on tuition, are invited to enroll in summer classes at RVCC. Three Summer Sessions are being offered: a six-week session beginning May 18; a nine-week session beginning June 8; and a six-week session beginning July 6. Classes are offered day and evening, on campus and online. RVCC offers high quality instruction at affordable prices. Classes are designed to transfer to four-year colleges and universities.

For a complete listing of summer classes, visit www.raritanval.edu/courses. To learn more, contact the Admissions Department at 908-526-1200 or admissions@raritanval.edu. For additional information, visit www.raritanval.edu.

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