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Department Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 4:30pm
The English Department offers an array of courses in composition, literature, and advanced writing—as well as developmental courses in reading and writing—for all degree and certificate students. Underlying the teaching of all classes is a commitment to the same academic excellence demanded by equivalent classes at four-year institutions. Our professors accommodate different learning styles by offering classes in five instructional approaches: traditional classroom approach, individualized instruction, computer-assisted instruction, independent study, and online study. Click here to learn about our five approaches.
We offer the following associate in arts degree programs:
We believe that college-level reading, composition, and research skills are vital to your success as a student at MCC. Read our Mission & Goals to learn about our commitment to our students.
Faculty members have the right to determine their own penalties for plagiarism. The college takes plagiarism very seriously and we encourage all students to read our Plagiarism Policy.
Incoming students must take a placement test in reading comprehension and writing before registering for courses. Read our Frequently Asked Questions.
Ample tutoring outside of class is available. Faculty keep at least three drop-in office hours per week and two office hours by appointment per week. In addition, students can get extra help in the Writing Center.
Quo Vadis, the College’s bi-monthly newspaper, includes news stories, feature articles, reviews, opinion pieces, sports articles and information about on-campus activities.
Visit the English Department Directory to find phone numbers, email addresses, and office locations for faculty and staff.
Location: The Johnson Commons Learning Center – IRC 241
The Middlesex County College Writing Center offers one-on-one tutoring to all currently enrolled students. Whether faculty members recommend the tutoring or students decide to seek additional assistance on their own, the Writing Center will help students address their writing problems and guide them toward a better understanding of the writing process. Writing Center tutors are not editors: they will not grade, correct or re-do a student’s work; however, they will provide guidance, explain principles, and help each student communicate more effectively through the written word.
Spring 2016 Hours:
Monday: 9am – 7pm
Tuesday: 9am – 7pm
Wednesday: 9am – 7pm
Thursday: 9am – 7pm
Friday: 9am – 5pm