Getting Started

Applying to MCC is easy! First, determine which type of student you are from the list below.

1. Apply to the College. Submit the application with a $25 application fee. Apply online now.
2. Apply for Financial Aid. Applying for Financial Aid is a three step process. We recommend that you apply online to speed up the process. It usually takes 1-2 weeks to process an online application or 6-8 weeks to process a paper application. Learn more about Financial Aid.
3. Take College Placement Test. Incoming students are evaluated in reading, writing and mathematical skills. A College Placement Test is given to determine skill levels in these areas. The results will be used, along with other information, to place you in the courses appropriate to your level of preparation. In some cases this may include non-college level developmental education courses. View Testing Schedule.
4. Sign Up for Group Advising. All first-time, full-time and part-time students have to sign up to attend Group Advising to register for classes. Transfer students can go directly to the Academic Advising Center in West Hall to be advised and to register for classes. In order to attend Group Advising, you need to:
  1. Be fully admitted into the college. You will receive a username and password for Campus Cruiser.
  2. Take your college placement test or submit paperwork to be exempt.
During Orientation you will:
  • Meet with an academic advisor
  • Register for classes
  • Receive your Registration Statement
Learn more about Group Advising/New Student Orientation.
5. Pay Your Bill. You can pay your tuition bill online using a credit card (Visa, Mastercard, or Discover). You can also pay your bill at Orientation if you come prepared with a debit or credit card. Students taking 6 or more credits can apply for a Payment Option Plan that will spread the bill over 4 payments. Pay Online Now.
Financial Aid applicants must either:
  • Have financial aid credited to your account by the due date.
  • Have a financial aid officer post a note to your account confirming your expected eligibility.
High school students who wish to advance academically can take courses during the fall and spring semester and receive college credit. Download the application for details and fee information.
Middlesex County College welcomes applications from International Students seeking an F1 student visa. Students from more than 50 countries have attended Middlesex County College. Click here to view the application process for international applicants.
1. Apply to the College. Submit the application with a $25 application fee. Apply online now.
2. Apply for Financial Aid. Applying for Financial Aid is a three step process. We recommend that you apply online to speed up the process. It usually takes 1-2 weeks to process an online application or 6-8 weeks to process a paper application. Learn more about Financial Aid.
3. Take College Placement Test. Incoming students are evaluated in reading, writing and mathematical skills. A College Placement Test is given to determine skill levels in these areas. The results will be used, along with other information, to place you in the courses appropriate to your level of preparation. In some cases this may include non-college level developmental education courses. View Testing Schedule.
4. Register for Classes. Transfer students do not need to attend Orientation. Transfer students can go directly to the Academic Advising Center in West Hall to be advised and to register for classes.
5. Pay Your Bill. You can pay your tuition bill online using a credit card (Visa, Mastercard, or Discover). You can also pay your bill at Orientation if you come prepared with a debit or credit card. Students taking 6 or more credits can apply for a Payment Option Plan that will spread the bill over 4 payments. Pay Online Now.
Financial Aid applicants must either:
  • Have financial aid credited to your account by the due date.
  • Have a financial aid officer post a note to your account confirming your expected eligibility.
The deadline for Fall 2017 Health Technology applications has already passed. Fall 2018 applications will open on or around October 1, 2017. We will begin our Health Technology information sessions for Fall 2018 applicants in July.
1. Search for Courses by semester/term.
2. Complete the Quick Registration/Application Form. Carefully review the checklist attached to the application to make sure you complete all requirements.
3. Pay Tuition and Fees. If you have a Campus Cruiser account, you can pay tuition & fees online. Otherwise, complete the bottom portion of the Quick Registration/Application Form and submit as follows:
  • Mail: Registration Office, 2600 Woodbridge Avenue, PO Box 3050, Edison, NJ 08818-3050
  • Fax: 732.906.7785
  • Phone: 732.906.2572
  • In-Person: Student Account Services, located in West Hall.
4. Get a Student ID Card by bringing a copy of your schedule to the Student Activities Office, located in College Center.
5. Purchase Books and supplies for courses at the Middlesex County College Bookstore.  
Identify which non-credit courses you would like to take and then register online, in person, by mail, by phone, or by fax. Click here for complete details.

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