In support of the Caldwell University tradition and commitment to assist non-traditional undergraduate students in their pursuit of lifelong learning, the Office of External Partnerships actively pursues flexible programming geared to meet the liberal arts and career education goals of men and women of different ages, backgrounds, and interests. Our commitment to students can be measured by a supportive operating philosophy and attitude of service that encourages students to reach his or her personal and professional goals.
We are committed to creating new institutional initiatives, collaborations, and working with public and private organizations to provide academic opportunity in the delivery of academic credit and non credit programs.
GLOBAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
The Global Teacher Education Program is an extension of the partnership Caldwell University has with Duksung Women’s University. More information on School of Education.
The Caldwell University Project Excel Program is designed especially for High School students…someone who is definitely college bound…someone who excels in their schoolwork…someone who desires the competitive edge.
COUGAR CREDITS (DUAL ENROLLMENT)
Dual enrollment will allow high school students to satisfy requirements for high school graduation while earning college credit. The student will be enrolled in a course deemed college level at the high school that can be transferred as college credit. The high school must be partnered with the college.
For more information contact Ian White, email@example.com.
- Bergen Community College
- Berkley College
- Burlington Community College
- Camden Community College
- County College of Morris
- Eastern International Medical Association
- Essex County College – dual admissions
- Eastwick College
- Hudson County Community College
- Institute for Audio Research
- Lincoln Technical Training Center
- Middlesex County College
- Passaic County Community College
- Raritan Valley Community College
- Rets Institute
- Sussex County College
- Union County College
- Warren County College