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Here you will find information about Clinton Community College's academic programs, online learning, Tutoring Center, Library, Workforce Development, and Continuing Education opportunities.  The Academic Affairs Division is excited that you have chosen CCC and are proud to support your educational endeavors.


Clinton Community College's faculty and staff are dedicated to help you reach your academic, career, and lifelong learning goals.  They come from varied backgrounds, rich with experiences to share with you.


Clinton Community College offers a degree in Associate of Arts (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) for students seeking to transfer to a four-year college.  Students seeking to enter the workforce directly may complete an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree.  In addition, CCC offers certificate programs for those requiring specific training.  The Workforce Development, Continuing Education and Community Service department offers customized training for business and industry as well as varied lifelong learning experiences.

Cheryl A. Lesser, Ph.D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs

Wendy Pereiro
Administrative Assistant

Departments Department Chairs

Business/Accounting John A. Mockry
Criminal Justice John A. Mockry
English Carey L. Goyette
History & Political Science Carey L. Goyette
Human Services Dr. Denise Coughlin
Humanities Ian M. Burcroff
Mathematics Maggie M. Courson
 Nursing & Allied Health Dr. Kathleen Kasprzak
Science Lynn M. Fowler
Social & Behavioral Sciences  Dr. Denise Coughlin
Technology Maggie M. Courson

Important Information

Spring 2014 Semester:
Spring Break Begins March 17!
Classes will be held April 17 and 18!

Academic Calendar

Other Resources & Information

Course Schedule
Degrees & Certificates
Online Learning
Information Technology Department
Registrar's Office
Student Affairs
Teaching & Learning Center
Graduation and Retention Reporting 12-11


Tutoring Center
Center for Community and Workforce Development