Apr 12, 2010
Looking for something interesting and productive to do on summer break? Make the best use of your time, your money and your energy and take a course at Middlesex County College.
The six different sessions fit easily into everyone’s summer plans. Will you be working every day? Take an evening course. Busy in June? Come to Middlesex in July. Want a less intense schedule? Then enroll in a class that meets one night a week. The choice is yours. Select from hundreds of classes and earn credits that may transfer, whenever you’re ready, to colleges nationwide.
The sessions range from four to 14 weeks, and begin May 17, June 14, July 6 and July 12.
“Classes are open to students who are motivated and ready for a stimulating environment,” said Aretha Watson, director of admissions and assistant dean of enrollment and student support services. “It is a good opportunity to get a jumpstart on college, or to get back on track.”
To find out more about the variety of summer programs available to you at Middlesex County College, visit www.middlesexcc.edu.