High School Students offered an early start in higher education through the County College of Morris Titan Express Program

On Thursday, December 19th, the County College of Morris (CCM) and the Randolph School District signed a dual enrollment agreement that will provide high school students with the opportunity to start their higher education career early. In attendance were the New Jersey Commissioner of Education Lamont Repollet, Assistant Commissioner of Academics and Performance Linda Eno, Assemblywoman Aura Dunn and numerous officials from Randolph Township and its school district.

The dual enrollment program known as Titan Express will provide Randolph High School students with a pathway to start earning college credits at their high school at half the price of the current in-county tuition rate at CCM.  The program started this past September with CCM offering a general psychology course for Randolph High School students, and is expected to offer more college-level courses as it continues to develop.

Titan Express courses will be instructed by Randolph High School teachers who will work collaboratively with CCM professors and will give students the opportunity to interact with CCM faculty teaching the same courses at the college. In addition, the program will also give dual enrollment student’s access to CCM’s Masten Library/Learning Center as well as access to tutoring services and academic advisement.

CCM currently offers the Titans Express program at Mt. Olive, Hanover Park and Whippany Park high schools and expects to expand it to other high schools in Morris County.

For more information about the Titan Express Program visit www.ccm.edu.

CCM and Randolph to Offer High School Students College Courses