Middlesex Community College
If you’re looking for variety in your community college experience, look no further than Middlesex Community College (MCC). Middlesex’s academics include more than 80 academic programs of study leading to an associate’s degree or certificate, in a variety of subjects from Computer Forensics to Fine Arts.
At Middlesex, you can choose a program that suits your goals. If you’re interested in starting a new career, a vocational program like Culinary Arts or Dental Assisting might be a good choice.
However, if you’d like to transfer to a four-year school, you can look into one of Middlesex’s many transfer programs, a few of which include Business Administration, Computer Science and Early Childhood Education.
MCC offers many forms of financial aid. In addition to federal assistance, you can pursue student employment or apply for scholarships for extra help with tuition. The school holds several FAFSA workshops each year to help those who are new with applying for financial aid.
Middlesex Community College has open admissions. You can apply online, and standardized test scores are not required. Keep in mind, though, that more rigorous programs will have additional admissions requirements.
Quick Facts about Middlesex Community College
Large Town Setting
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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