Perth Amboy Center
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 am – 8:30 pm
Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
The Perth Amboy Center offers a variety of day, evening, and Saturday classes which include English as a Second Language, developmental courses in reading writing and math; and college credit courses in liberal arts and business. We also provide a full range of enrollment services right here at the Perth Amboy Center. High school students can take advantage of our high school scholars programs and our Success Bound Summer Youth Leadership Academy. Different educational, cultural, and social events are conducted each semester for our students.
You can apply and enroll at the Perth Amboy Center. Do you have questions about the application process?
View the enrollment checklist or visit us.
Not sure what to study? Confused about which classes to take? We offer academic advising to help students choose the right major and classes for their career goals.
You can take the Placement Test or the ESL Placement Test at the Perth Amboy Center.
Financial Aid Assistance
Schedule an appointment to receive one-on-one assistance with your FAFSA.
Counseling & Career Services
We offer personal, academic, and career counseling at our Perth Amboy Center.
Call 732-906-7755 to schedule an appointment.
Access all the information the library has to offer, including books, DVDs, online databases, and more. You can also schedule an appointment with a librarian.
Earn Your GED!
If you are 16 – 24 years old and reside in Middlesex County, basic skills and work readiness training are available.
Call 732-906-4231 for more information.
Perth Amboy Center Computer Lab Reservation Form
Services for High School Students
High School Scholars
Perth Amboy public high school students have the opportunity to take Middlesex County College courses at the Perth Amboy Center for a reduced fee of $125 per course, as part of the High School Scholars program. Learn More.
Success Bound Summer Youth Leadership Academy
This partnership between the City of Perth Amboy and MCC provides high school students with college readiness workshops, paid internship experience, and a 3-credit student success course.