The recent Essex County College Supply Chain Management field trip to Fleet Distribution Center in Harrison began at the top with a round table discussion with founder and Chief Executive Officer Mr. Alex Habbaz. Students flipped their regular classroom session for this educational tour to gain practical exposure to Supply Chain Management and the technology

Supply Chain Management Students and Faculty Visit Fleet Distribution Center

A free day-long workshop using Matlab/Octave will be held Wednesday, October 30. The morning session is from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., while the afternoon portion is from 1 to 4 p.m. The workshop will be in Room 4165B on the Newark campus. Participants need to commit to both sessions.  The hands-on program is funded

Free Matlab/Octave Training Workshop October 30

Freshmen Navasky Anderson and Leon Clarke represented themselves and Essex County College well at the National Junior College Athletic Association Indoor Track and Field Championships, held March 1-2 in Pittsburg, Kansas. Competing in the 800 meter run, Navasky finished seventh in his qualifying heat with a personal best time of 1:54.71. He then placed seventh overall

Track Stars Excel at Nationals

The Essex County College Lady Wolverines soccer team seeks to defend its Region XIX title this Saturday, October 27. The team advanced to the finals following a 1-0 victory over Harcum College this past Saturday. Ashari Bowen, off an assist from Shanearay Wilkins, netted the game’s lone goal in the first half. Goalie Nicolette Craig

Lady Wolverines Advance to Regional Soccer Final

Essex County College (ECC) will receive up to $305,000 as part of the state’s Community College Innovation Challenge.  This grant, awarded to all community colleges that applied, is but a small piece of Gov. Murphy’s multi-million dollar Community College Opportunity Grant (CCOG). The ultimate goal of the CCOG is to provide free community college tuition

College Recipient of State Planning Grant