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: Dr. Mark McCormick
Campus Location: 2600 Woodbridge Avenue, Edison, NJ 08837
Centers in: New Brunswick and Perth Amboy
Colors: Blue and White
Mascot: Blue Colt
Accredited by: Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Slogan: SUCCESS STARTS HERE
Mission: The mission of Middlesex County College is to provide access to a quality, affordable education for a diverse population, to support student success for lifelong learning, and to strengthen the economic, social and cultural life of the community.
Donations: Middlesex County College Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. $737,177 in scholarships were awarded to 412 students.
11,397 (credit, fall 2017)
47% full time
53% part time
184 Veterans and Military
22:1 Student-Faculty Ratio
18% in career degree programs
74% in transfer degree programs
18% of Middlesex County College high school graduates enroll at Middlesex County College.
14,167 noncredit enrollments
29% White (non-Hispanic)
3% Two or more races
2% Nonresident alien
0% American Indian or Alaska Native
0% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
45% of full-time students receive need-based financial aid
24% of full-time students report household income less than $30,000.
222 international students representing 38 countries.
Popular Transfer Colleges and Universities:
- Rutgers University (New Brunswick) – 304
- Kean University – 216
- Rutgers University (Newark) – 92
- New Jersey Institute of Technology – 56
- Montclair State University – 45
- New Jersey City University – 32
- Rider University – 19
- Rowan University – 14
- William Paterson University – 12
- Stockton University – 10
Graduation and Transfer Rate – 36% (2013)
Retention Rate (Cohort 2015 Fall to Fall) – 69%
Economic: $528 million annually
Grants Received: Over $5 million
36 buildings on nearly 200 acres
Degree & Certificate Programs
74 Associate Degree Programs
16 Certificate Programs
18% Business, Accounting, and Legal Studies
18% Liberal Arts
6% Protective Services
63 computer labs with more than 1,934 computers