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Middlesex College staff are back on-campus. To ensure your safety, we encourage you to meet with us virtually if you have questions, or call us at 732-906-2554.

To schedule a virtual appointment, please call or email us at k12partnerships@middlesexcc.edu.

For high school scholars, please email your completed application to k12partnerships@middlesexcc.edu.

Your Success Story Begins Here.

Get a jump-start on your college education by taking dual enrollment courses. Or, earn your associate’s degree while you are still in high school! We offer programs for every interest, no matter which path you want to take. Start your bachelor’s degree here or begin your career immediately after graduation. Look around and see why Middlesex College is the right choice for you!

For Students & Parents For Teachers & School Districts

K-12 Partnerships

Opportunities for High School Students

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High School Scholars

Take courses at an MCC campus during fall, spring, and summer semesters for college credit.

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Dual Enrollment

Take courses at your high school for high school and college credit.

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Johnson & Johnson Scholars

Johnson & Johnson Scholars is a college readiness program for New Brunswick High School seniors.

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K-12 Partnerships

Opportunities for Teachers

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AP Summer Institutes

AP Summer Institutes are offered in partnership with the Middle States Regional Office of the College Board.

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Algebra Summer Institute

Through a partnership with your district, we will offer a 1-month workshop where middle school students can explore algebraic concepts.

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Customized Workshops

Email us to learn about professional development workshops available for pedagogy and content for English and Mathematics.

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Academic & Career Programs

Middlesex County College offers 10 areas of study, making it easy to achieve your educational goals. Complete your Associate’s degree here and transfer to any college or university, and save thousands! Or, complete your degree and start your career immediately after graduation.


Are You Graduating in June?

Learn how to apply and register for classes with the links below:

Graduating from High School?

If you are graduating from high school and want to apply as a freshman, the first step is to visit the Admissions site.

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Paying For College

Did you know that MCC offers free tuition for eligible students? We also offer payment plans, scholarships, and financial aid.

Learn more about paying for college
Placement Testing

A College Placement test is given to students to determine skill levels in math, reading, and writing. Eligible students may be exempt.

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Register For Classes

New students must apply online before they can register. Current students can register online through Self Service.

View important dates and register
Campus Bookstore

Shop for textbooks, school supplies, and MCC apparel at the bookstore on campus. You can price match, rent, and sell back textbooks too!

Learn more about the bookstore
Parking Information

There is no fee to park on campus. Students must park in designated parking lots and follow all parking rules.

View maps and review parking rules


Students receive
financial aid

Middlesex College scholarships available


per credit
for incoming freshman

Look how much you save.
Look how much you save
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Support Services

Block - Support Services

Our one-stop Enrollment Services Center, located on the first floor of West Hall, provides a host of services related to admissions, financial aid, bill payment, registration for classes and student records. Other services include:

Student Life


Dance Ensemble

Blue Colt Radio

Teen Arts Festival

Community Service & Volunteering

Student Newspaper


Student Clubs

K-12 Partnerships

Director: Kimberlee Hooper
Phone: 732-902-0211
Email: k12partnerships@middlesexcc.edu
Location: Billy Johnson Hall, Room 200

Questions? Contact Us

Questions? Contact Us