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Middlesex County College Names Mark McCormick as President

Middlesex County College has appointed Mark McCormick as the seventh President of the College after he served for the past nine months as Interim President. Prior to serving as Interim President, Dr. McCormick served as Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at MCC for five years. “We are very pleased that Mark will be […]

Welcome Back! The College’s first Jack Kent Cooke Scholar returns to campus.

It’s been 11 years since Namema Amendi set foot on the MCC campus. He returned Nov. 27 with an inspiring message for students of today. It’s been a busy decade for the Kenyan native. He graduated from MCC in 2007 and received a Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship to attend Columbia University. It fully covered both […]

Well-Traveled Flag Dedicated at MCC Veterans Lounge

The flag that Michael Barany carried with him all through his Army career – including two deployments to Iraq – will now hang in the Veterans Lounge in the College Center. Michael donated the flag to the College in appreciation for all it has done for him. When Michael graduated from Army basic training in […]

Middlesex County College Presents Dance Ensemble November 30 & December 1

The Middlesex County College Dance Ensemble will present its 17th annual fall dance concert on Friday, November 30 and Saturday, December 1. Both performances will be held at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center on the College’s Edison campus and are free with a suggested donation of $5 per person. Along with Professor Aimee […]

Thank You for a Successful Military Appreciation Day!

  MCC’s Military Appreciation Day allowed the College to pay tribute to military personnel and veterans, and it was also a lot of fun. Students, faculty, staff and the public examined military equipment, tried the rock climbing wall, viewed the Marine Corps Museum and jousted with their friends. The day also included a check presentation […]

MCC Statement in Response to the Tragedy in Pittsburgh

  I know I speak on behalf of the Board of Trustees and the entire Middlesex County College community in saying how horrified and deeply saddened I am at the unconscionable, despicable acts of violence perpetrated against members of the Tree of Life Synagogue on Saturday. Our deepest sympathies go out to the Jewish community […]

Middlesex County College’s Military Appreciation Day Set for Nov. 7

Middlesex County College will host Military Appreciation Day on Wednesday, November 7 in parking lot 3 on its Edison campus. The program, which will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., will combine an exploration of military culture with fun. Activities include a rock wall, soccer kick game, inflatable basketball game, football toss, a jousting […]

Three Blue Colts Make NJCAA Region XIX All Region Women’s Soccer Team

Three women’s soccer players turned in a strong enough season to earn recognition on the 2018 Women’s Soccer All Region XIX (Division III) second and third teams. Midfielders Sarah Solorzano and Genesis Torres (Colonia) both received second team honors while forward Naytasha Spruiel received third team recognition. Spruiel scored 13 goals and tallied 31 points […]

MCC Vet Studies Emergency Response

Michael Barany, assistant in the Middlesex County College Center for Veterans Services, was selected to present research from his doctoral program at the 2018 Homeland Defense & Security Education Summit in Albany in October. Mr. Barany, a doctoral candidate at New Jersey City University, presented an assessment of the Township of Woodbridge’s Community Emergency Response […]

MCC Gaming and Animation Grads Share SIGGRAPH Experience

Matthew Check and Jin Ju, both MCC 2018 grads with degrees in Gaming and Animation, returned to Middlesex County College to share their experiences at the SIGGRAPH (Special Interest Group on Computer GRAPHics and Interactive Techniques) Conference in Vancouver with current students. Both Matt and Jin were selected to be student volunteers at the conference. […]