Why pay more for the same degree? Jessica Soto got her Bachelor's degree from NYU, but she saved $70,000 by FIRST getting her Associate's degree at Middlesex.
Jessica knew that going back to college was imperative to giving her family the best out of life, so she came to MCC as an adult student. After 2 years, she graduated with a 4.0 GPA and was given a scholarship to New York University. She graduated from NYU in May 2014 where she was able to intern for some of the best public relations firms in NYC and found her passion for event planning. Jessica just opened her own event and wedding planning business as well as started her own vintage rental business.
We have one of the lowest tuition rates of all community colleges in New Jersey.
Our payment plan allows you to spread your tuition into four equal payments. Learn about our payment plan
We've given $12 million in scholarships to over 15,000 students. Complete one application to apply for 125 different scholarships on campus. Learn about scholarships
* Savings chart based on a 15 credit semester for a Middlesex County resident during the Spring 2018 school year. The rates shown were collected from each school’s website and may be subject to change.
Fizza felt prepared for an Ivy league school thanks to her challenging classes and hands-on professors. Watch the video to learn how she transitioned easily to Columbia University.
With a student to faculty ratio of 22:1, it's easy to see why so many MCC graduates value the personal relationships they were able to build with their professors. All of our classes are taught by industry experts, not TA's, who bring real-world experience to the classroom. Fizza Sulaiman did poorly on her first two Chemistry tests and thought that maybe she wasn't "college material." It was her professor George Pangalos that encouraged her by saying "winners are not quitters." He pushed her to study more and now Fizza is studying Biology at Columbia University.
We have 90 degree and certificate programs in fields such as business, creative arts, education, health programs, social sciences, hospitalitiy, STEM, and more.
MCC is a diverse campus with students of all ages from many different backgrounds. If you believe there is a roadblock preventing you from taking classes, come talk to us! We'll match you up with the right support services to make sure you're successful at MCC.
Poor grades in high school? Use our faculty office hours and tutoring services to get back on track.
Transitioning from military life? Your first stop should be our award-winning Veterans Services Center.
Disabilities? We have a range of accommodations to help you. Learn more.
Working full-time? Take advantage of our evening degree programs, which meet after 5pm. We also offer online, hybrid, and weekend classes.
Is English your second language? We have ESL classes for all levels and support staff that speaks multiple languages.
Rob started his path at MCC by taking remedial math and reading courses. Now he's at Columbia University! Watch the video to learn how his success started at MCC.
We measure our success not just in the achievements of our students, but where they go from here. No matter where you want to go, there’s no limit to what you can achieve.
William Psolka was by far the most invested professor I ever had. I find myself saying, “Oh, I learned that in Bill’s class!” quite a bit now. That’s when you know that you were taught practical lessons that can be applied out in the real world..
Attending MCC was the best decision of my life! MCC saved me money as I was hashing out my general credits and it allowed me to develop confidence before going to a major univeristy like Rutgers, where I graduated with highest honors.
I found my passion for the sciences at MCC which, in turn, set the foundation for the rest of my educational career. My favorite professor was Dr. Reginald Luke. He made everything so understandable and acted as somewhat of a mentor to me even after I left MCC. I always knew I could come back for his help.
I transferred to NJCU right after graduation, where I earned my Bachelor’s in National Security Studies. Since May 2017, I have worked as an investigator with the New Jersey Department of Treasury. As a Criminal Justice major, MCC fully prepared me for the next level.