Intercollegiate Athletics

County College of Morris is a proud member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region XIX and the Garden State Athletic Conference (GSAC). The intercollegiate athletic programs have all enjoyed success nationally, regionally and on the conference level throughout our affiliation.  Teams compete on the NJCAA Division II and Division III level.  All academic standards set by the NJCAA and County College of Morris are strictly followed.  Our mission is to develop well rounded student/athletes and support their success both academically and athletically.  We celebrate our academic accomplishments in the same regard as our athletic accomplishments.  GO TITANS!


The Athletics Program at County College of Morris (CCM) encourages the development and growth of students by providing programs in intercollegiate athletics, intramural and recreational activities. A priority is to foster the overall growth and development of students, present a structured, well-rounded athletics program for men and women that provides healthy personal and social growth opportunities, and supports and reinforces the educational goals of each student-athlete. In addition to providing support services to student-athletes including, but not limited to, personal counseling, financial aid, tutoring and transfer assistance, the Athletics Program offers a professional, industrious and highly motivated coaching staff, modern up-to-date facilities and high level support in the treatment, prevention and care of injuries.


The college believes strongly that a comprehensive athletics program contributes significantly to the overall program of an educational institution. Intercollegiate competition for both men and women now includes the following:

Fall Programs Winter Programs Spring Programs
Women's Volleyball Women's Basketball Softball
Women's Soccer Men's Basketball Baseball
Men's Soccer Golf


CCM is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association, which consists of 24 geographical regions throughout the country. The college also competes in Region XIX, which encompasses the states of Delaware, New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania, and the Garden State Athletic Conference.

Eligibility—Intercollegiate Athletics

All students interested in competing in the intercollegiate program are required to carry, as a regularly enrolled student, a minimum of 12 credit hours of college work as listed in the college catalog.  Students must pass a complete medical examination prior to each season of participation.  And, students must maintain a satisfactory average as mandated by the college and/or the National Junior College Athletic Association during each semester of athletic participation.

All transfer students from either a two- or four-year college should contact the Director of Athletics regarding the status of their eligibility prior to competition.  Transfer student/athletes are required to have all official transcripts from their previous institution forwarded to the County College of Morris Athletic Department in order to determine eligibility status. Athletic eligibility is determined solely by the athletic administration.  Appointments can be made in advanced of transfer to determine status only when transcripts are made available. 


The college is proud of its athletic resources and the department staff consisting of 20 coaches, a full-time athletic trainer, Aquatics supervisor, and a administrative support staff person. Student-athletes, other students, faculty and staff have full use of a modern weight room and Fitness Center housing weight-training equipment and exercise equipment. The Natatorium is a beautiful six-lane, 25-yard facility with spectator seating so that both recreational use and swimming competitions can be accommodated.

CCM’s 1,800-seat Jack Martin gymnasium, home for men and women’s basketball games, volleyball games, and serves as the site of the Morris County High School Basketball Tournament championships, is an attractive arena. The college’s outdoor facilities include a baseball field, a softball field, two regulation soccer/lacrosse fields, a multipurpose practice field and eight tennis courts.

Open Recreation


The County College of Morris Fitness Center and Jack Martin Gymnasium are available to the CCM campus community (with valid ID's) during the academic school year. The CCM Fitness Center offers free weights, universal weight stations as well as numerous cardio vascular equipment (tread mills, rowing machines, steppers and stationary bicycles).  Proper attire and CCM Identification is needed at all times.