Camden County College is a two-year community college that operates in three New Jersey locations: Blackwood, Camden and Cherry Hill. It's main location is in Blackwood, a town of fewer than 5,000 residents that has adapted to student living by offering conveniences and entertainment options for those enrolled at CCC. The school has been part of the community since 1967, when it opened with under 1,000 students. Experiencing steady growth, Camden County College topped 16,000 students in 2010, making it the second largest school in New Jersey by enrollment. These students have the option to live in a Camden County College apartment, dorm, or alternate form of student housing, as it fits their lifestyle.
Enrollment at CCC has grown over the years in part because of the school's broadened curricula and commitment to improving its facilities. The college offers both liberal arts and technical training. Popular programs among those in student housing include Nursing, Laser Engineering and Automotive Training. Camden County College's theater program and highly-ranked athletic teams also set the school apart from other community colleges. All courses of study culminate with Associate in Arts, Associate in Science or Associate in Applied Science degrees, or certificates. As CCC continues to grow, the college has already broken ground on a new $30 million science building, which is expected to be completed in 2012.
Off campus, a college apartment gives students a measure of independence when constructing their new lifestyle. In particular, off campus housing places students among local attractions like the Mainstage Center of the Arts and Greenloch Lake.
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