Important: COVID-19 Updates

Welcome to the Fall 2020 Semester from HCCC President Dr. Chris Reber (September 2, 2020)

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State of the College Address, Fall 2020 College Service Day (August 26, 2020)

Checking In, and an Update (August 14, 2020)

OSHE Restart Plan (July 22, 2020)


To get the latest updates, visit our Return to Campus Task Force page.


For a Healthcare Questionnaire (required before entering any HCCC facility), please click here.

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      Important Eligibility Requirements for CCOG Award:
      Fall 2020 and Spring 2021

      • All high school seniors, first-time college students and students that did not receive state financial aid in AY 2019-20 complete and file the FAFSA or New Jersey Alternative Application by September 15, 2020
      • Complete State Record and Verification documents (if selected) by November 1, 2020 or 30 days from initial notification
      • Enroll for a minimum of 6 credits
      • Must have an AGI of no less than $0 and no more than $65,000
        • Dependent Student AGI refers to parental AGI reported on the FAFSA
        • Independent Student AGI refers to the AGI reported on the FAFSA, if applicable, combined with the student’s spouse AGI
      • Good Academic Standing, as per HCCC Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Standards

      Amount of Scholarship

      • CCOG will cover up to the full cost of tuition and approved educational fees
      • CCOG will cover up to 18 credit hours
      • CCOG is a last‐dollar scholarship, therefore, the full amount of all state, federal, institutional, and community aid received by the student shall be applied to the tuition and approved educational fee charges to reduce the amount of the CCOG award

      Out-of-county Students

      New Jersey residents who live outside Hudson County and wish to attend Hudson County Community College may be eligible for CCOG.
      In cases where a student enrolls at an out‐of‐county college and meets all eligibility requirements for a CCOG award, the student’s CCOG award amount shall be computed based upon the in‐ county tuition rate for the student’s home county college. CCOG awards do not cover additional tuition charges attributable to the difference between the tuition rate charged by a student’s home county college tuition and the out‐of‐county college tuition rate charged when that student enrolls at an out‐of‐county college.

       

       

      How to Calculate the CCOG Award (Estimate)

      Example 1: Student who is a CCOG award recipient attending HCCC receives a $1,000 Pell Grant, a $600 TAG award and $250 SEOG Grant.
      The calculation for the semester CCOG award will be as follows:

      2019 Spring Tuition and Educational Fees: $4,000
      Federal Pell Grant: ($1,000)
      TAG Grant: ($500)
      SEOG Grant: ($250)
      CCOG Award $2,250

       

      Example 2: Student who is a CCOG award recipient attending HCCC receives no grant or scholarship aid, but receives a $1,500.00 Federal Direct Student Loan
      The calculation for the semester CCOG award will be as follows:

      2019 Spring Tuition and Educational Fees: $4,000
      Federal Pell Grant: ($0)
      TAG Grant: ($0)
      Federal Direct Subsidized Loan $1,500
      CCOG Award $4,000

      Note: Student loans and Federal Work Study are NOT deducted from the Tuition and Fees.


      Example 3: Student who is a CCOG award recipient attending HCCC receives $1,000 institutional scholarship, $500 in Federal Work Study and $1,000.00 Federal Plus Loan
      The calculation for the semester CCOG award will be as follows:

      2019 Spring Tuition and Educational Fees: $4,000
      Scholarship: ($1,000)
      Federal Work Study: $500
      Federal PLUS Loan: $1,000
      CCOG Award $3,000

      Note: Student loans and Federal Work Study are NOT deducted from the Tuition and Fees.

      *Students receiving federal grants, state grants, institutional and community grants and scholarships which cover either their full tuition or full cost of attendance, are not eligible to receive the CCOG award.

      For more information, please check the CCOG Frequently Asked Questions, click here.

    • Did you know that HCCC is one of the most affordable colleges in the state? Our Office of Student Financial Assistance staff will do everything we can to make sure you are able to comfortably afford your education at HCCC.

      It’s important for you to know that, on average, most of HCCC tuition expenses are met through financial aid. And we’ll work with you to make sure you receive all the aid to which you are entitled so you can get started on your education as soon as possible.

      For more information on financial aid through HCCC, contact the Financial Aid Department at 201.360.4200 or via email at Financial Aid