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Community College Opportunity Grant Program For the Spring 2023-Fall 2023

RWJBarnabas Health employees have the opportunity to participate in a grant program provided by the State of New Jersey, in which community college tuition is free to those who meet the eligibility requirements. Students must enroll in any accredited program at any one of the state’s 18 county colleges.

RWJBarnabas Health Human Resources Workforce Division will support the employee during the FAFSA application and enrollment process. Additionally, HR will provide career counseling guidance if needed. A webinar will be available on the Career page on The Bridge to further explain the program, services and next steps.

For further information on CCOG program allowable fees, please click here

For further information on New Jersey’s 18 community colleges tuition and fees, please click here.

New Jersey Community College Navigators

Atlantic Cape Community College:

Carmen Cabrera,

Bergen Community College:

Mayda Gonzalez-Bosch,

Brookdale Community College:

Birgit Mondesir,

County College of Morris:

Melissa Albright,


Essex County College:

Leigh Bello

Ledawn Hall,


Hudson County Community College

Royal Mainor,


Mercer County Community College:

Lisa Bogdziewicz,

Middlesex College:

Saswati Roy,

Ocean County College:

Jim Campbell,


Passaic County Community College

Stephanie Decker,


Raritan Valley Community College:

Antoinette Bryant,

Delma Rose,


Rowan College at Burlington County:

Joshua Postalwaite,

Deidre Amar,

Rowan College of South Jersey

Phillip Golden,

Salem Community College:

Amy Bennis-Kimball,

Kelly Schimpf,

Union County College:

Kristin Kulick,

Warren County Community College

Dawn Smith,

New Jersey Community College Program Contact

Maria Heidkamp,

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