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Important Safety Information for On-Campus Learning 

Getting Started with Cengage Unlimited


Please be prepared for a strict safety screening process when you arrive on campus. Be guided by the social distancing markers at the front entrance and be patient as we take your temperature and ask you some questions when you arrive. WCCC is working hard to ensure that our facility meets all the CDC requirements for social distancing and sanitiziation. We expect students to be guided by our safety protocols and to be compliant. Students should check their email for additional information that requires a response. No visitors will be permitted on campus during your course sessions; only those students enrolled and whose names are on the roster will be permitted on campus. 

Tutorial directions for accesssing MyWarren, activating Cengage Unlimited, and finding course syllabi were emailed to all Summer Session "B" students. Directions for activating Cengage Unlimted are also posted to the eLearning classrooms.  Digital textbook information and Syllabi will be available to students between July 3rd and the first day of class in the eLearning classrooms. The Cengage directions are the same for Summer Session "C" students.

Students who have questions, have problems accessing MyWarren, or who need assistance getting started should email Dr. Marianne Van Deursen: 



Summer Registration Now Open with Changes

We’ve made several changes to the Summer schedule. Here is what is different:


  • Summer Session A  courses were moved to an online format and folded into Session D (June 1st through July 24th)
  • Summer Session B dates were changed to July 6th through August 28th
  • Summer Session C dates were changed to July 16th through August 21st
  • Summer Session D (on-line only) remains June 1st through July 24th


Note: Evening courses were rescheduled to daytime hours; the College will not offer evening classes this summer.  Some courses were cancelled due to low enrollment.


We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause or disruption of your summer plans.  Warren County Community College will continue to be guided by our state and local government leaders and public health agencies with respect to social distancing requirements. Any changes to summer or fall scheduling with be communicated with students. The safety of our students, faculty, and staff is important to us.


Summer registration is open now and current students can register through My Warren. Students who registered prior to these changes are still enrolled in the courses they choose (although some with different start and finish dates), with the exception of those classes that were cancelled. All previously/current registered summer students will be contacted this week by advisors in Student Services; please expect a telephone call and check your emails frequently.




Please check out your newly scheduled classes.