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College Promotes 6 Evening Degree Programs

The Veterans Club at Renaissance at Monroe recently provided a $4,000 donation to continue its support of student-veterans at Middlesex County College. This year’s donation of is made in memory of Sandy Cohen (1968-2016), son of Club member Alan Cohen and his wife, Fern. Sandy Cohen passed away April 8, 2016 and, in addition to his parents, is survived by his wife, Sharon, and two children. The Veterans Club at Renaissance at Monroe is proud to celebrate the life of Sandy Cohen with its loyal and generous support of student-veterans at MCC. From left: Alan and Fern Cohen; Richard Feldman, coordinator of the MCC Veterans Services Center; Abraham Adams, president of the Renaissance Veterans Association; and Sharon Cohen.

The Veterans Club at Renaissance at Monroe recently provided a $4,000 donation to continue its support of student-veterans at Middlesex County College. This year’s donation of is made in memory of Sandy Cohen (1968-2016), son of Club member Alan Cohen and his wife, Fern. Sandy Cohen passed away April 8, 2016 and, in addition to his parents, is survived by his wife, Sharon, and two children. The Veterans Club at Renaissance at Monroe is proud to celebrate the life of Sandy Cohen with its loyal and generous support of student-veterans at MCC. From left: Alan and Fern Cohen; Richard Feldman, coordinator of the MCC Veterans Services Center; Abraham Adams, president of the Renaissance Veterans Association; and Sharon Cohen.

Six academic degree programs can be completed at Middlesex County College in the evening. The six allow students who work during the day to complete a program without being on campus before 5 p.m.

“Of course, we’ve always had evening classes,” said Brian Clemmons, dean of enrollment management. “But many programs required you to take one or two classes during the day, which could be difficult for those who work or have child care responsibilities. Now you can complete a program completely in the evening hours.”

The programs are Business Administration, Criminal Justice-Police Science, Liberal Arts-Business, Liberal Arts-General, Liberal Arts-Social Sciences, and Paralegal Studies.

“We expect to add more programs to this list soon,” Mr. Clemmons said. “We have numerous support services to assist you, including tutoring. You can add even more flexibility to your schedule by enrolling in online classes.”

For more information on scheduling, financial aid, transfer credits, prior learning assessment, scholarships and using employer benefits, contact the evening degree advisor, John Kruszewski, at 732.548.6000, ext. 3130 or enroll@middlesexcc.edu.