Hudson County Community College

Hudson County Community College

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(201) 295-0598

6501 Polk

Jersey City
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NJ
07093

Hudson County Community College is a business providing services in the field of Adult & Continuing Education. Hudson County Community College is located in Jersey City, NJ on 6501 Polk.

Hudson County Community College telephone number is (201) 295-0598.

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Helpful Tip for: Adult & Continuing Education


Adult education in Jersey City denotes the educational courses, specially designed for adults, who for some reason could not accomplish the basic school certification. Continuing education for adults, on the other hand, is meant for the employed people who aim for earning a higher degree for developing their career. The most prominent feature of such educational programs is that the timing of the courses do not coincide with the job-timings.



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