Welcome to Union County College. The nine steps outlined below are the recommended sequence of enrollment.
1. Submit Application
Welcome to Union County College’s admissions process. Click the buttons below to start your applications. Please note, two applications are required for this program.
Your application may take a few days to be processed. In the meantime, you may continue to the instructions of document submission and applying for Financial Aid.
Submit the following documents to the Admissions Department on the Cranford, Elizabeth or Plainfield campuses:
- Submit final, official high school transcript or GED transcript
- Submit SAT scores if you have taken the SATs
- Submit AP scores if applicable
- Submit immunization records
Official Documents Should Be Mailed to the Following Address:
Union County College
Office of Admissions
1033 Springfield Ave
Cranford, NJ 07016
2. Apply for Financial Aid
- Complete your FAFSA-Free Application for Federal Student Aid www.fafsa.gov. Union County College’s school code is 002643
- Check your Union County College email to confirm receipt of your FAFSA
- Log into Web Services to check for required documents and submit them to the Financial Aid Office
- Review your Financial Aid Award on Web Services
3. Create your College Account
- Check the email account that you provided in your application for instructions, username, and password
4. Take your Placement Test
- Placement Test
- A SAT score of at least 540 in Critical Reading and 530 in Math are necessary to waive the Placement Test.
5. Attend American Honors Orientation
- Information will be forthcoming after your commitment to the program.
6. Register for Classes
- Steps at registration
- Meet with an American Honors advisor to select your course schedule
- Log in and register
- Review and print your class schedule from your College account
- Steps after registration
- Check your college email and the college website often for class cancellations
- Schedule changes
- You can add classes until the last day of registration
- You will not be charged for classes dropped prior to the start of the semester
7. Pay for your Classes
8. Buy your Textbooks and Supplies
9. Go to your First Class
- Refer to your class schedule