The New Brunswick Center Club provides educational, cultural and social activities for Middlesex County College students, especially those who take classes at the Center or live in the New Brunswick area. Students are welcome to all activities sponsored by the club and are encouraged to recommend activities of interest.
Club membership gives you the opportunity to make friends, develop leadership abilities, improve your communication skills, participate in event planning, learn to work in teams and manage resources while making college a fun experience for yourself and your classmates! If you are interested in joining the club as an officer or as a member, please visit or email Michael Scalice or Carolina Ochoa at the MCC New Brunswick Center.
The Middlesex County College New Brunswick Center Student Club In collaboration with the New Brunswick Free Public Library invites you to submit a photograph that represents your idea of what “Healthful Eating” means within your culture. Your photo, title and description of the photo should connect to the theme. It can include plants, fruits, vegetables, juicing, cooking, your favorite meal or snack. There are so many ways we can stay healthy in our food choices!
MCC New Brunswick Center student photo submissions will compete for the following gift certificates:
First Place – $100
Second Place – $50
Third Place – $25
With your permission, your photograph will also be entered in the New Brunswick Public Library photo competition to be held in May. Please check their website after April for more information at: https://www.nbfpl.org/photocontest
All photos submitted by the April 15th deadline will be printed courtesy of the MCC NBC Student Club. For complete contest details and entry form, please visit the MCC New Brunswick Center Front Office
On Wednesday, February 7th, the New Brunswick Student Club welcomed Barbara Loftus, Assistant Director of Campus Programs from Rutgers University’s New Brunswick campus. The audience was comprised of both current MCC students, as well as those high school students enrolled in the CRN and EMPOWER programs here at the New Brunswick Center. Students in attendance learned about Rutgers’ academic opportunities as well as the application and transfer process for those who are seeking to further their education upon graduating from MCC.