testing
 Contact Info / Hours


Phone:
732.745.8866
Fax: 732.249.7306
Email: infonb@middlesexcc.edu
Location: 140 New Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

New Brunswick Center –
Winter 2018 Office Hours

Tues, Jan 16 – Thurs, Jan 189am – 7pm
Fri, Jan 199am – 5pm
Sat, Jan 209am – 12:45pm

New Brunswick Center – Spring 2018 Office Hours (Jan. 22 – May 8)
Mondays – Thursdays: 9:00am – 8:45pm
Fridays: 8:45am – 4:45pm
Saturdays: 9:00am – 12:45pm

Closed:
February 19
March 30

 Contact Info / Hours


Phone:
732.745.8866
Fax: 732.249.7306
Email: infonb@middlesexcc.edu
Location: 140 New Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

New Brunswick Center –
Winter 2018 Office Hours

Tues, Jan 16 – Thurs, Jan 189am – 7pm
Fri, Jan 199am – 5pm
Sat, Jan 209am – 12:45pm

New Brunswick Center – Spring 2018 Office Hours (Jan. 22 – May 8)
Mondays – Thursdays: 9:00am – 8:45pm
Fridays: 8:45am – 4:45pm
Saturdays: 9:00am – 12:45pm

Closed:
February 19
March 30

College Placement Testing, New Student Orientation, Group Advising

The College Placement Test (CPT) and English as a Second Language (ESL) tests are offered at the New Brunswick Center during enrollment periods. Testing is by appointment only as space is limited. Please allow 2 business days after submitting your college application for admission online to schedule an appointment. To schedule an appointment, call the New Brunswick Center at (732) 745-8866 or email infonb@middlesexcc.edu.

Please note: For inclement weather notifications, please check the college website or the Infoline (732-906-2555)

Information covered in these workshops is also available online. Please visit the Testing Center webpage, select FAQs, “How to prepare for the College Placement Test.”

Have you tested?

New Student Orientation and Group Advising are the NEXT STEPS…

Welcome to Middlesex County College! The next step in your enrollment process is to sign up for a Group Advising Session and New Student Orientation:

step 1 Sign up for a Group Advising Session. Group Advising provides an opportunity to:

  • Meet with an Academic Advisor
  • Register for Classes
  • Receive your Registration Statement

step2 Sign up for New Student Orientation. New Student Orientation provides an opportunity to:

  • Learn about Academic Resources at MCC and the New Brunswick Center
  • Meet Current Students that Attend MCC
  • Meet with an Academic Advisor
  • Register for Classes
  • Receive your Registration Statement

Group Advising Sessions and New Student Orientation should only be scheduled if you:

  • Have been accepted to Middlesex County College
  • Completed your College Placement Exam or have submitted exempting SAT scores to Admissions (If applicable)
    Critical Reading: 540 or above and/or Mathematics: 530 or above

Group Advising Sessions are Not for:

  • Transfer Students
  • Project Connections
  • Students that have been admitted to Health Technology Programs

New Student Orientation & Group Advising Dates:

To be announced…