Every journey begins somewhere. Yours begins here.

ECC has an open-admissions policy to students at least 18 years old. But every student is different.

Find out what you need to apply, and which kinds of unique programs you might be eligible for.

Spring 2020: Classes have begun!
Full-time Students
Part-time Students
Degree-seeking Students
Non- Matriculated Students

Anybody Can Be a Student

It doesn’t matter who you are, education is always within your reach. You may be coming to ECC as a traditional freshman college student, or you might be carrying more life experience with you.

But whatever your past looks like, ECC is here to help you take the next step to your future. Find the category that fits you below, and get ready to take that first step.

Enrollment Services

Services Provided

College Admissions, Transcript Evaluations, International Student Admission, Registration, Add/Drop, Class Withdrawal, Grades posting, Transcripts Issuance, County Chargebacks Issuance, Enrollment & Degree Verification, Veterans Certifications, Student Record Changes, Degree Audits, Graduation Certifications, Commencement Information, and Diploma Issuance.


Enrollment Services

4th Level, Room 4124

Main: (973) 877-3100

Fax: (973) 877-3446

Zee Kassa, Registrar, Assistant Dean

Sonia Rios-Cardoso, Assistant Director

Marilyn Henry, Manager of Operation

Sanja Dizdarevic, Assistant Director



Enrollment Services

South Wing

(973) 877-6594 or (973) 877-6593

Cheryl Newton-Banks, Director

Kenya Wilson, Assistant  Director

Dennis Rentzis, Coordinator



Paying For College

Financial Aid

At ECC, student loan debt is not a prerequisite to getting a degree. Find out how you can get federal and state assistance to attend.


You should be rewarded for hard work and high achievement. Find out what scholarships might be available to make your continuing education more affordable.

Payment Options

Any other financial questions you may have about attending ECC – from costs to methods of payment to ways to get help with tuition, the bursar can help.