This Online Orientation should take approximately 30 – 35 minutes. You will also have an opportunity to sign up for Group Advising and/or New Student Orientation after you complete the orientation.
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 Contact Info / Hours
Director: Fannie Gordon
Phone: 732.906.2546
Email: epajauis@middlesexcc.edu@middlesexcc.edu
Location: Edison Hall, Rm 100

Office Hours:
M, Th: 8am - 8pm
T, W, F: 8am - 5pm

Closed:
Oct 12, Nov 11, Dec 24-25
Jan 1, 2016

Transfer Services
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 Contact Info / Hours
Director: Fannie Gordon
Phone: 732.906.2546
Email: epajauis@middlesexcc.edu@middlesexcc.edu
Location: Edison Hall, Rm 100

Office Hours:
M, Th: 8am - 8pm
T, W, F: 8am - 5pm

Closed:
Oct 12, Nov 11, Dec 24-25
Jan 1, 2016

How will I afford this?

Yes, college is expensive. That is why so many students begin their educational career at a community college. With careful planning, students can complete their freshman and sophomore year of college before moving on to the four year institution to begin as a junior with only two years to go. Yet still, those last two years must be paid for and now they are more expensive.

Part of the transfer process should include applying for financial aid. Do not make the mistake of believing that you won’t qualify. Four year institutions administer all of their financial awards through the Financial Aid Office; this includes all scholarship money. When a student applies for financial aid, the college determines if there are any sources of money which that individual qualifies. All of these sources are bundled together and then the college offers the student a package. That financial aid package may be part scholarship, part grant, part loan, part work-study, or a little bit of each. The student applicant may then elect to accept or reject the package – in part or as a whole. Remember, it doesn’t hurt to ask.