Category Archives: News Releases

Ronald G. Rios Will Receive Paige D. L’Hommedieu Award

Ronald G. Rios, Director of the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders, will receive the Paige D. L’Hommedieu Award from Middlesex County College (MCC) on August 27. He will be presented with the award for his commitment to the College and his longtime dedication to Middlesex County. The Paige D. L’Hommedieu Award is the highest […]

Middlesex County College Names Michelle Campbell as Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Michelle Campbell has been named vice president for institutional advancement at Middlesex County College. She oversees Continuing Education, Marketing Communications, the MCC Foundation, Alumni Engagement, Grants Development, Institutional Research, and Advancement Services. “Michelle is a visionary leader with a wide range of experience in fund raising, grants, marketing and team building,” said Mark McCormick, interim […]

Middlesex County College Students Awarded for Excellence in Psychosocial Rehab

Two Middlesex County College students, Laura Mujia (East Brunswick) and Joshua Yigdal (Monroe Township) received awards from the Rutgers University Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Treatment Program this spring. Ms. Mujia received the Clinical Excellence Award for demonstrating superior clinical skills at her practicum placement, and Mr. Yigdal received the Academic Excellence Award for having the highest […]

Paul Singh Receives Middlesex County College Alumnus of the Year Award

Lakhwinderpal “Paul” Singh, a 2011 graduate of Middlesex County College, was named the 2018 Alumnus of the Year for Contributions to the College, its Alumni Association or its Foundation. The award was presented during Celebration Day, an annual event that honors College employees reaching milestone service anniversaries, two Outstanding Service to the College award winners, […]

Middlesex County College Honors Three Outstanding Faculty

Three outstanding professors at Middlesex County College were recently honored: Iris Ramer, professor of English as a Second Language, was selected as the 2018 Faculty Scholar; Melissa Luis, of the History and Social Sciences Department, received the Excellence in Teaching Award; and Laura De Cillis, of the History and Social Sciences Department, received the Excellence […]

Middlesex County College Professor Honored for Playwriting

Middlesex County College Professor and playwright Benjamin V. Marshall was recently honored twice: he received the Wagner College Stanley Award for Drama and a fellowship from the New Jersey Council on the Arts. The Stanley Award was presented for his brilliant play, “Incident at Willow Creek,” about an African-American professor agonizing over the gun issue. […]

7 Middlesex County College Wrestlers Going to Nationals

Seven Middlesex County College wrestlers will be participating in the National Tournament at Iowa Western Community College in Council Bluffs Iowa Feb. 23-24. MCC earned the honor by finishing third in the Districts and second in Region 19. The seven are: Mohammad Dhillo (Carteret), Devin Jefferson (Rahway), Xavier Jenkins (Parlin), Edwin Aguilera (New Brunswick), Nickolas […]

New Middlesex County College Buildings Honored with Gold LEED Status as Environmentally Friendly

Middlesex County College’s two newest buildings, South Hall and West Hall, have earned gold LEED® ratings from the United States Green Building Council, signifying their environmental attributes. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is an internationally recognized mark of excellence that provides building owners with a framework for identifying and implementing practical and […]

Middlesex County College Student Named National Honor Society Coca-Cola Leader of Promise

MCC student Katsiaryna Sikorskaya is one of 207 Phi Theta Kappa members named a 2017 National Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar. She will receive a $1,000 scholarship. The Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholarship Program helps new Phi Theta Kappa members defray educational expenses while enrolled in Associate Degree programs. Scholars are also encouraged to assume […]

Middlesex County College and Georgian Court University Sign Transfer Agreement

Officials from Middlesex County College and Georgian Court University have signed a dual admissions agreement that will allow MCC graduates to transfer to GCU seamlessly and at a discounted tuition rate. “The dual degree agreement creates pathways for MCC graduates in nearly all of our degree programs to transfer to bachelor’s degree programs at Georgian […]