Announcement

You may have heard about the World War II ordnance found on campus April 23rd.
The ordnance did not have a fuse, and it is believed that it was only a shell and did not contain explosive material. Click here for more information.

About Us

Welcome to Middlesex County College! We’re the perfect choice if you’re looking to explore different fields of study, jump-start your career, or design your own path toward a bachelor’s degree and beyond.

Middlesex County College partners with students to make their college experience exciting and rewarding. We offer small classes, leading-edge studies, valuable resources such as our numerous computer labs, a wide variety student activities, and dedicated faculty who are there when you need them to open new worlds.

Facts & Figures

President: Joann La Perla-Morales, Ed.D.
Founded: 1964
Campus Location: 2600 Woodbridge Avenue, Edison, NJ 08837
Centers in: New Brunswick and Perth Amboy
Website:www.middlesexcc.edu
Colors: Blue and White
Mascot: Blue Colt
Accredited by: Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Slogan: SUCCESS STARTS HERE
Mission: To provide access to an affordable, quality education for diverse students and to promote lifelong learning opportunities to strengthen the economic, social and cultural life of the community.
Donations: Middlesex County College Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. $547,883 in scholarships awarded to 492 students in 2013-2014.

Our Students

Enrollment
12,064 (credit, fall 2014)
51% full time
49% part time
154 Veterans and Military

20:1 Student-Faculty Ratio

22% in career degree programs
69% in transfer degree programs
9% no major
22% of Middlesex County College high school graduates enroll at Middlesex County College.

20,249 noncredit students (FY 2013)

Average Age
23.2

Gender
53% female
47% male

Ethnicity
32% White (non-Hispanic)
29% Hispanic
13% Asian
11% Black
<1% American Indian or Alaska Native
1% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
3% Two or more races
9% Other/Unreported
2% Nonresident alien

Finances
51% of full-time students receive need-based financial aid
46% of full-time students report household income less than $30,000.

Residence

12%

Edison Township

12%

Woodbridge Township

10%

Perth Amboy

6%

Piscataway Township

6%

East Brunswick Township

6%

North Brunswick Township

6%

Sayreville

6%

New Brunswick

4%

Carteret

3%

Old Bridge Township

4%

South Brunswick Township

3%

Monroe Township

3%

South Amboy

3%

South Plainfield

2%

Highland Park

2%

Metuchen

2%

South River

1%

Dunellen

1%

Middlesex

1%

Milltown

1%

Spotswood

<1%

Cranbury Township

<1%

Helmetta borough

<1%

Jamesburg borough

<1%

Plainsboro Township

283 international students representing 33 countries.

Graduates

Alumni
52,800

Popular Transfer Colleges and Universities: Kean University, Rutgers University, Montclair State University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Columbia University, New York University, College of New Jersey

Local Impact

Economic
$528 million annually

Grants Received
Over $3 million

Academic Programs/Services

Associate Degree Programs
71

Certificate Programs
29

Selected Majors
18% Liberal Arts
17% Business, Accounting and Legal Studies
12% Health
8% Protective Services
7% Engineering Technologies
7% Education
6% Computer Science

63 computer labs with more than 1,920 computers