Payment Method: Check, Money Order, Visa, MasterCard, Discover/Novus, Purchase Order. Full payment is due at the time of registration.
Course Confirmation and Location
Course Confirmation and Location Confirmation letters will be generated once your registration
is processed. Classes meet at the main College campus or other community sites. Registrations are processed daily, but in the event that you have not received your confirmation within five days of the start date, call the department at 732.906.2556. There will be no refunds because you did not receive a confirmation letter.
Continuing Education awards a Certificate of Completion to students who fulfill the basic
requirements of courses that carry CEU’s.
For information please call 732.548.6000, ext. 3848.
PLEASE NOTE: Continuing Education courses are limited to students 18 years and older unless
Refund and Cancellation Policy
We are pleased to offer you a refund or credit for a class from which you withdraw if you notify us at least five working days before the start of class. No refunds will be issued thereafter.
Refunds and credits are processed upon the receipt of an official Withdrawal Form. Call 732.906.2556 to request the form. A $20 processing fee will be deducted from your refund.
The College reserves the right to limit registration for courses, to cancel courses where there is insufficient enrollment, to combine or divide sections and to change time, day and instructor. In these situations, students are eligible for a complete refund.
The Career Training Center’s Refund and Cancellation Policy may significantly deviate from the aforementioned. For more information, please contact the Career Training Center at 732.906.4231.
Late Registration Fee
Register before the first day of the course in order to avoid a late fee of $20.
We will accept your course change with a $20 fee.
Student Rights: FERPA
Middlesex County College complies fully with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. This act is intended to protect the privacy of your education records. Copies of the complete policy are available in the FERPA section of the most recent e-Catalog. For questions concerning the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, call the Registrar at 732.906.2523.
Student Rights and Responsibilities: Code of Student Conduct
In order to provide for the maximum safety and well-being of the College community, including guests, certain standards of behavior have been established at Middlesex County College. These standards of conduct apply to students engaging in College-sponsored activities both on- and off-campus. For more information, see the Code of Student Conduct section of the most recent MCC e-Catalog.
Full-time MCC employees should contact Human Resources for information regarding course waivers. In the case of vendor programs, College employees are responsible for paying all fees.
Senior Citizen Tuition Waivers
Middlesex County residents, 65 years of age or older, are eligible for a course waiver which covers tuition only, on a space available basis, for a maximum of $125. The student must pay all fees at the time of registration. In-person registration is required with proof of age and full payment. Students must telephone 24 hours before the start of class to check on availability. PLEASE NOTE: Students will not be reimbursed and allowed to apply the waiver to any registration that was previously paid.
If you are unemployed and planning to enroll in a course with an unemployment waiver, you are required to submit an application for financial aid and receive a decision prior to submitting the waiver. Also submit documentation to the Continuing Education Office in Crabiel Hall, Room 110 from the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development as proof of eligibility. Documentation must be dated no earlier than 30 days prior to the first day of class. In addition, complete the appropriate MCC Registration Form and include payment for all fees. Register 24 hours before the course begins if space is available and if tuition paying students constitute the minimum number required for the course. Please be prepared to pay any balance and/or fees at the time of registration. PLEASE NOTE: Students will not be reimbursed and allowed to apply the waiver to any previously paid registration.
Veteran and Military Benefits
Middlesex County College is approved by the NJ Department of Military and Veterans Affairs State Approving Agency, under Title 38, U.S. Code Section1775 for veterans’ training. GI Bill benefits may be used for certain programs. Questions concerning eligibility and certification may be directed to The Veterans Services Center by calling 732.906.7770 or by emailing Vets@middlesexcc.edu.
Volunteer Tuition Waiver
Volunteer firefighters, first aid and rescue squad members and their spouse or dependent children may qualify for a tuition waiver. The volunteer shall agree to serve as a member volunteer for a minimum of four years. Following each year of volunteer service performed, the person or family member is entitled to receive a maximum of $600 per academic year of tuition credit. The cumulative maximum tuition credit is $2,400. The student must complete a waiver form available in the Student Accounts Office each semester. All remaining expenses must be paid by the regular due date. PLEASE NOTE: Students will not be reimbursed and allowed to apply the waiver to any registration that was previously paid.
Students with Disabilities
Middlesex County College provides reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities. However, all students must meet the essential functions of the program. Students are advised to consult the College’s Disability Services Policies and Procedures by calling 732.906.2546.
Free parking is available to students who register for courses located on the main campus. All other off-site parking may be subject to local parking fees.
The College is in full operation every scheduled class day. In certain cases, the interest of all concerned is best served by cancellation or delayed openings of classes. Appropriate announcements are made on the College’s website, www.middlesexcc.edu. You may also call the MCC Information Line at 732.906.2555. All announcements should be noted carefully. On certain occasions, morning, afternoon, or evening classes only may be delayed or cancelled.
The College Bookstore carries required books as indicated in course descriptions. For current operating hours, call 732.906.2540. For general information, call 732.906.2539.
To purchase books online, visit the Bookstore at middlesexcc.bncollege.com and select Textbooks. Under TERM, select Non-Credit 16-17, then select Department, Course number, and Section for each course. Choose your textbook format (New, Used, or Digital) and go to Checkout.
For information call 732.906.2523
The Department awards a Certificate of Completion to students who fulfill the basic requirements of all courses that carry CEU’s.