CRANFORD – In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Union County College has moved all Summer I and Summer II classes online.
Summer I session starts on Tuesday, May 26 while Summer II session starts on Tuesday, July 7. The last day to register for summer courses is the day before classes start, May 25 or July 6.
This summer, Union is offering a wide array of online classes to accommodate both enrolled students and visiting students, those who attend college elsewhere but are interested in taking an affordable summer class and transferring the credits back to their home institution. Available courses include lab sciences, math, English, psychology, history, government, Spanish, economics, and more.
“Given the current pandemic, moving our summer sessions fully online is the best option. We are closely monitoring the situation and following the guidance of Governor Murphy to stay home in order to help flatten the curve. Holding our summer classes online allows students to continue their studies while also staying safe,” stated Union’s President Dr. Margaret M. McMenamin.
The payment deadline for Summer I is May 7 and for Summer II is June 18. Students are encouraged to register now to secure a seat.
While College operations are remote, advisors and financial aid assistance are available. Student services questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 908-709-7500. Enrolled students may also reach out directly to their advisor with questions.
For more information on summer sessions at Union and to search for classes and register for a summer course online at Union, please visit www.ucc.edu/summerregistration or call 908-709-7000.