Contact and Questions
Middlesex College faculty and staff are committed to providing high-quality education and to ensuring that you are able to complete your courses this semester. We also want to keep you safe and healthy during this situation with COVID-19.
The College is offering a selection of flexible instruction formats including:
- In-Person: Class meets completely on-campus all days/times listed
- Hybrid: Class is a combination of in-person, on-campus instruction and remote instruction. The remote portion may be in the remote live format (synchronous, via Zoom) or online (asynchronous). Students may be required to complete online proctored exams/assignments.
- Online: Class meets completely online asynchronously (on your own schedule) and there are no scheduled class meetings to attend. Students can study and access instructional material at any time. The instructor still establishes the course schedule with specific due dates that students must follow. Students may be required to complete online proctored exams/assignments.
- Remote Live: Class is conducted entirely live (synchronous) via Zoom or similar tools on the days and times listed in the class schedule. Remote Live courses resemble traditional on-campus classes in that students must be (virtually) present at the same time. Students may be required to complete online proctored exams/assignments.
Please contact our offices by email:
Adult Noncredit and Camp Middlesex Registration and Course Information
Corporate Education & Training
- Aileen Vega: firstname.lastname@example.org
Career Training Center
- Tracey Montani: email@example.com
Student & Enrollment Services
Student and Enrollment Services are offering a variety of opportunities to communicate with us virtually and in-person.
All visitors must adhere to the following rules:
- Face coverings must be worn indoors at all times; no exceptions.
- If you are ill, please stay home and reschedule your appointment.
You can also email us your questions. Please see department email addresses below:
- Admissions – email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Financial Aid – email email@example.com
- Registration – email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cashier – email email@example.com
- Selective Health Programs Applicants – email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Graduation – email email@example.com
- Transfer/Prior Learning Credit – email firstname.lastname@example.org
Document Drop-Off Options
In addition to in-person document drop-off, we are able to access documents scanned and sent in an email to the College. Or, you may photograph your document and attach the picture to your email. Please include your full name, ID number, and phone number in your email.
The appropriate department will review your documents for approval.
Please view FAQs for instructions to additional online services.
Academic Advising and Transfer Services
Academic Advising offers new and current students virtual and in person appointments for all advising services. We also offer virtual workshops for students and parents.
Please visit the Academic Advising Website to contact us, view hours, ask questions, and sign up for appointments:
For questions related to Transfer Services, please visit:
If you would like to connect with a counselor, email us at:
- General Counseling: email@example.com
- Disability Services: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Career & Transfer Counseling: email@example.com
- International Student Services: firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions regarding any basic needs issues (food, housing, healthcare, transportation, childcare, etc.), reach out to Amanda Lyons, Basic Needs Coordinator, at email@example.com.
During this time, we encourage you to visit local food pantries. Click the links below for information on local food resources nearest you:
- Middlesex County’s Emergency Food Network Directory
- Middlesex ResourceNet Food Pantry/Soup Kitchen Directory
- Middlesex County Federal Government Shutdown Resources for Food Directory
Library and Tutoring
The Library building and Learning Center Lab are both open.
For hours and more information, please visit middlesexcc.libguides.com/libraryandtutoringservices
The bookstore is open. Hours are available on the bookstore website.
- Textbooks and general merchandise purchases can be made in-store or online at middlesexcc.bncollege.com
- Students with excess financial funds after their tuition and fees have been paid can use their remaining funds in the bookstore during designated time periods.
Learn more about bookstore credits and when you can use them.
- Students can return textbook rentals in-store during operating hours or by mail via UPS. Learn more about shipping your textbook rental(s).
For questions, contact the bookstore.
For the Community
Center for Empowerment Hotline
The Center for Empowerment continues to be available for crisis intervention, information, and referral for survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones, as well as the community.
Middlesex County is offering free COVID-19 testing. Testing days and locations vary on a weekly basis. Those wishing to be tested will be required to make an appointment and meet a set of criteria.
For more information and to make an appointment, visit middlesexcountynj.gov
Food Pantries in Perth Amboy
Mercy House and The Salvation Army in Perth Amboy remain operational and are giving food to those in need.
282 McClellan St. Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
Contact: Damaris Ramirez, 908-848-3219
By appointment only! Call 908-848-3219 to set up an appointment. Must bring photo ID.
The Salvation Army – Perth Amboy Corp.
433 State St. Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
Contact: Donna, 732-826-7040
Food distribution is available Mondays and Thursdays, 10 – 11 am. Must bring photo ID.
Support by Telephone and Online
For residents who are having difficulty coping with the COVID-19 crisis, please call New Jersey Mental Health Cares, Mental Health Association in New Jersey, Inc. at (877) 294-HELP (4357) between the hours of 8 am to 8 pm for emotional support, guidance and mental health referrals as needed.
The Office of Human Services has compiled a list of support resources, with a focus on mental health and addiction recovery.
Anti-Poverty Network of NJ (APN) COVID-19 Resource List
APN has compiled a list of COVID-19 resources available to New Jersey residents.
NJ COVID-19 Call Center
Call 2-1-1 or Text NJCOVID to 898-211
All residents with questions or concerns about COVID-19 and resources available to them can call 2-1-1. NJ 211 is New Jersey’s statewide, comprehensive, information and referral service operated by United Ways of New Jersey.
Residents can also text NJCOVID to 898-211 to receive text information and stay informed. To receive live text assistance, residents can text their zip code to 898-211.