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Fax: 732.906.7728
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Welcome to Middlesex County College! We're the perfect choice if you're
looking to start your college degree, jump-start your career, explore new
fields of study or make your own path to an Associate's Degree and beyond.

You can begin taking classes at Middlesex County College by completing the 5 steps listed below. Click on each step for more information.


1. Apply to the College

Freshman and Transfer Applicants
I am scheduled to finish high school this year, I have already graduated from high school, I have received a GED in the past few years, or I am currently attending another college/university and want to transfer to Middlesex County College.

Visiting and Non-Degree Seeking Applicants
I wish to take courses at Middlesex County College while attending another college or university or I wish to take a course or two as a part-time, non-degree seeking student.

Health Technology Applicants
I want to study Nursing (RN), Dental Hygiene, Radiography, Respiratory Care or Medical Laboratory Technology.

International Applicants
I am applying for an F1 Student Visa to study at Middlesex County College.

 


 

2. Apply for Financial Aid

Applying for Financial Aid is a three step process. We recommend that you apply online to speed up the process. It usually takes 1-2 weeks to process an online application or 6-8 weeks to process a paper application.

How do I apply for Financial Aid?
Types of Financial Aid
How do I apply for Federal Direct Loans?


 

3. Take College Placement Test

Incoming students are evaluated in reading, writing and mathematical skills.  A College Placement Test is given to determine skill levels in these areas.  The results will be used, along with other information, to place you in the courses appropriate to your level of preparation. In some cases this may include non-college level developmental education courses.

Placement Testing FAQs
Am I exempt?
Testing Schedule


 

4. Sign up for Orientation

All first-time, full-time and part-time students need to attend Orientation. Transfer students can go directly to the Academic Advising Center in Chambers Hall to be advised and to register for classes. In order to attend Orientation, you need to:

  1. Be fully admitted into the college. You will receive a username and password for Campus Cruiser.
  2. Take your college placement test or submit paperwork to be exempt

During Orientation you will:

  • Meet with an academic advisor
  • Register for classes
  • Get your college ID card
  • Take a short tour of campus
  • Learn from other students and professionals about being a student at MCC


 

5. Pay your Bill


You can pay your tuition bill online using a credit card (Visa, Mastercard, or Discover). You can also pay your bill at Orientation if you come prepared with a debit or credit card.  Students taking 6 or more credits can apply for a Payment Option Plan that will spread the bill over 3 payments. 

Pay Online Now
Pay Online Instructions (pdf) 


Financial Aid applicants must either:

  • Have financial aid credited to your account by the due date.
  • Have a financial aid officer post a note to your account confirming your expected eligibility.

Additional Information:


 
 

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Chambers Hall
Phone: 732-548-6000
Fax: 732-906-7728
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Regular Office Hours:
Mon & Thurs: 8:30am - 6:30pm
Tues, Wed & Fri: 8:30am - 4:30pm

 

Saturday Openings:
8:30 - Noon
April 12
May 3

 

 

Office Closed:
April 18


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Open House

Thank you for attending our Open House on March 23, 2014.
We will post details about our next Open House soon.

 

Campus Tours

Campus Tours are available on our Edison Campus.
Contact us to arrange a tour and/or meet with an Admissions counselor.

 

maps

Click here to view maps, directions and parking information.

 

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Connect the Dots Sessions are available for students who have applied and wish to learn the next step in the enrollment process.
(Contact us to schedule an appointment.)


Information Sessions are offered for students interested in:

* Health Technology (Contact us to schedule an appointment.)

* International Students applying for an F1 Student Visa 
(Contact us to schedule an appointment.)

 

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Chambers Hall
Phone: 732-548-6000
Fax: 732-906-7728
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Regular Office Hours:
Mon & Thurs: 8:30am - 6:30pm
Tues, Wed & Fri: 8:30am - 4:30pm

 

Saturday Openings
8:30 - Noon
April 12
May 3

 

Office Closed:
April 18

The following forms are available to download. They are stored as PDF files, which require a PDF file reader. Adobe Acrobat is available to download for free from http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep.html.

 

Change of Major/Deferral Form

 

Declaration of Major Form

 

Transcript Request Form

 

 

 

Why Choose Middlesex?

  1. Same Degree, Better Value: Start at Middlesex, transfer to the 4-year school of your choice and save thousands off the cost of tuition!
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  3. No Hassle Transfer Guarantee: With transfer agreements to over 50 schools, you can keep all of your credits and enjoy a smooth transition. We have the #1 transfer rate to Rutgers University and Kean College.
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  5. Honors Program: Our honors program prepares our students for admission into more rigorous 4-year institutions.
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  7. 4-year campus feel at a 2-year college: You get a beautiful, spacious campus, great facilities, and hundreds of sports and clubs without the hefty price tag of a 4-year school.
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  9. “Springboard to Success” Program: Our student service offices get you where you want to go. Early and often, we discuss each student’s vision for their next steps academically, personally, and professionally - and provide them a “Roadmap To Success” so they can find their way.
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  11. Faculty Focus: Students are our priority! Middlesex’s student-to-faculty ratio is 21 to 1, so you won’t be just another number. Enjoy classes taught by dedicated professors – not TA’s.
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  13. Building Futures: We don’t just award degrees. We build confidence, capabilities, and successful futures for our students. Our goal is to make every student a lifelong learner and we have a proven track record.
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