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Going to College in New Jersey. A magazine for college-bound students in New Jersey. Features colleges and universities in New Jersey.

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34 GOING TO COLLEGE IN NEW JERSEY • WWW.HESAA.ORG • 1-609-584-4480 TWO-YEAR COLLEGE MIDDLESEX COUNTY COLLEGE 2600 Woodbridge Ave, Edison, NJ 08837 | www.middlesexcc.edu Visit us on facebook – Middlesex County College | Follow us on twitter – @MiddlesexCounCo IMPORTANT FACTS: ACADEMIC YEAR • Annual Tuition & Fees: All per credit • Per Credit Tuition and Fees: In-County: $140.50 Out-of-County: $281 FINANCIAL AID • Application Deadline: May 1 (priority) OTHER INFORMATION • Student Body Size: 12,500 • Student Faculty ratio: 20:1 • Middle States Accredited • A 2-year public co-educational college • Number of degreed undergraduate programs: 73 (also certifcate programs) Admission Ofce: Phone: (732) 548-6000 Hours: Mon - Wed 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Thurs 8:30 am - 6:30 pm, Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Email Address: admissions@middlesexcc.edu Financial Aid Ofce: Phone: (732) 906-2520 Hours: Mon - Wed, Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Thurs 8:30 am - 6:30 pm Directions: middlesexcc.edu/map#directions SUCCESS STARTS HERE Middlesex County College puts learning frst and measures its success only by the success of its students. All members of the college community contribute to student success. More than 12,500 students each year study in its two academic divisions, choosing from among 700 courses and 100 degree and certifcate programs. An honors program is available for high-achieving students. MCC has transfer agreements with more than 50 four-year colleges and is the largest provider of transfer students to Rutgers and NJIT. MCC ofers a complete college experience with clubs, athletics, honor societies, theater and student activities in addition to state-of-the- art classroom and computer facilities. There is an outstanding program for college-able students with learning disabilities. Over half of full-time students receive fnancial aid each year.

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