Hudson County Community College

70 Sip Ave.
Jersey City
NJ 07306

Hudson County Community College

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In 1974, an act of the New Jersey legislature made it possible for a county that lacked a community college to establish a community college commission. The purpose of the commission was to enter into contracts with existing educational institutions, to provide services for its students, and to grant certificates and associate degrees.

When the New Jersey Board of Higher Education approved the establishment of a community college commission in Hudson County in September, 1974, the Commission became the first agency of its kind in the country. In the Spring of 1981, the Institution's official name became Hudson County Community College.

Hudson County Community College has come to be recognized as a valuable community asset where residents can receive a high quality education, at an affordable price, close to home. The College enjoys full and unrestricted general accreditation from the Middle States Association, and programs in nursing, culinary arts and technology have received specialized professional certifications.

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