Low Tuition - $116 per credit
Students pay about $4,635 per year at MCC. By going to MCC and then transferring to Rutgers, you will save approximately $17,862 or more if you factor in the cost of room and board.
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.
How Much Will You Save?
Savings based on a 15-credit semester for a Middlesex County resident during the Spring 2018 school year. The rates shown above were collected from each school’s website and may be subject to change.
MCC students go directly into great careers, or transfer as juniors to institutions all over the nation, including Rutgers, Kean, and Montclair State, as well as Columbia, NYU and Princeton. We have transfer agreements with over 60 colleges and universities across the state and nation.
MCC offers 90 degree and certificate programs. Many can be taken online from the comfort of your own home. Classes — both online and in-person — are small, averaging a 22:1 student/faculty ratio.
Our professors are experts in their field and view teaching as their first priority. They work hard to make sure you have every opportunity to succeed. If you don’t understand the material, email or call them to schedule a time to meet. Our professors are approachable and truly care about your success.
- 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.
- Working full-time? Take advantage of our evening degree programs, which meet after 5 pm. 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.
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 teaching assistants, 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 and is also a Jack Kent Cooke Scholar.
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