Thinking about taking classes this SUMMER or FALL?

Middlesex County College provides life-long learning opportunities for everyone – recent high school graduates, adult students returning to school, professionals looking to enhance their careers and more. Visit our OPEN HOUSE on Sunday, April 3 and meet with MCC students, faculty, deans, staff, and alumni. Attend information sessions on Financial Aid, Natural Sciences, Nursing, Education, Engineering Technology, Gaming and Animation, and more! Click the boxes below to learn why MCC is the smart choice for you!

Low Tuition

At only $108 per credit, we have one of the lowest tuition rates among community colleges in NJ. More than half of our students receive financial aid and we have over 120 MCC scholarships available to students!

Career Guidance

Not sure what you want to study? Interested in a particular career, but not sure what major to choose? Our academic advisors and career counselors will help you plan a schedule so you can graduate on-time.

Exciting Degrees

From NASA-funded grants and special research projects to building a community garden that feeds actual MCC students, our degree programs feature unique experiences you won’t get anywhere else.

Transfer to Top Schools

Many of our graduates transfer to schools like Rutgers, NYU, Columbia, Kean, NJIT, and more! You can receive automatic junior status thanks to our special partnerships and agreements with 4-year schools.

Active Campus Life

We offer diverse clubs, community service opportunities, art exhibitions, theatre and dance performances in our state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center and exceptional athletics programs.

Bachelor’s on Campus

You can now complete your Bachelor’s Degree from Felician College, Jersey City, and Kean right on MCC’s campus. Programs include Nursing, Education, Business Administration, and National Security.



How Much Can I Save Over 4 Years?

Graduate from Middlesex County College, transfer to the school of your choice, and save thousands! You’ll get the same Bachelor’s Degree for significantly less!

How Much Can I Save?
* Savings based on a 15 credit semester for a Middlesex County resident during the Fall 2016 school year. The
rates shown above were collected from each school’s website and may be subject to change.



Meet Our Alumni and Students

Jessica Soto
Jessica Soto, Class of 2012
Jessica Soto came to MCC as an adult student with two children, and she knew that going back to college was imperative to giving her family the best out of life. After 2 years, she graduated with a 4.0 GPA and was given a scholarship to New York University. She graduated from NYU in May 2014 where she was able to intern for some of the best public relations firms in NYC and found her passion for event planning. Jessica just opened her own event and wedding planning business as well as started her own vintage rental business.

Ivan Ruiz

Mr. Ruiz came to the U.S. from Colombia at age 17. He knew he needed a degree so he came to MCC part-time and eventually earned his degree. He is now the owner and wine director of The Wine List of Summit.“The foundation I got at Middlesex was amazing,” he said. “The professors were knowledgeable and they taught professionalism and follow-through. If it wasn’t for the foundation I got at Middlesex, I wouldn’t be here today.”

Fizza Sulaiman

After a rocky start at MCC, Fizza Sulaiman left in 2003. She came back determined to succeed. She felt the small class size and personal attention she received from her professors were the keys to her success. “For me it was the professors,” she said. “If they had to stay an extra two hours just to help me understand something, they were willing to do that.” She was awarded the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship and plans to continue her studies at a prestigious 4-year school.

Joshua Cohen

Joshua Cohen has saved lives serving in the military and as a stem cell donor. He plans to continue saving lives after he gets his Nursing Degree from MCC in May of 2016. “We are very proud of all of our nursing students,” said Nancy Berger, the program director. “But Josh, who has given selflessly of himself to others – including those he does not know – is the epitome of what a nurse should be, someone who cares about others and wants to better their lives. He is a true humanitarian.”