Union County College is a public, 2-year institution established in the state of New Jersey. The school consists of four separate campuses located in Cranford, Elizabeth, Plainfield, and Scotch Plains. All students enrolled at Union County College are commuters, as there are no residence halls on campus. The college offers a number of courses in Spanish for the Hispanic community, including those needed to earn a Child Care certificate, and some revolving around the development of computer skills.
union county college is a very diverse campus. the classes are not too big, providing each and every student with a close relationship with their professor(s). i personnally found it the right for me, since i am able to focus more in a class that is not too crowded.
Margencie from Roselle, NJ
The professors I've had are amiable and fun to learn from. It's easy to get around the school. The school is an open environment.