Ever been told you that can't have it all? Well, at Sussex County Community College you can. Most students here have jobs, families, or other responsibilities that limit their time to take classes. Students here are so busy with other aspects of their lives that many of them don't define themselves as college kids. Classes are available at multiple times to make attending this school a very convenient endeavor. Balancing school with other activities seems to hold the equivalent difficulty that it had for students when they were in high school (sometimes, it's easier). Since most students do not have class everyday, they are able to spend more time tending to their responsibilities, while still getting an education.
There is a wide variety of classes and times available for students to put together a schedule that best fits their lives. The only real difficulty comes after students have finished their general education requirements and need to start taking classes more specific to their major. Some of these classes are only available at certain times or they fill very quickly (and some only run in certain semesters as well, so it could be a lasting ordeal). To avoid any complication, it is imperative that students register for classes early to best fit their schedule—or even to slightly modify their home life to fit their educational needs.