By keeping tuition and fees low and working with each student to provide generous financial aid packages in the form of grants and scholarships (not loans), Middlesex College students don’t have to mortgage their futures to get a college degree.
“Going to Middlesex College was honestly the best decision. Doing well there, along with the help of financial aid advisors, helped me get a lot of scholarships. I graduated debt-free, which allowed me to focus on my academics for the next two years of my life.”
Giselle Vidals ’21 Transferred to William Paterson University
We offer sizable grants that cover much, if not all, of tuition costs for students who meet eligibility requirements, including a Community College Opportunity Grant (CCOG) that provides free tuition for students from families who make less than $80,000.
Learn more about grants.
Since 1967 the Middlesex College Foundation has distributed more than $17 million in scholarships, financial aid and grants to more than 17,000 deserving students. Complete just one application to apply for over 130 different scholarships on campus.
Learn more about scholarships.
Apply for Financial Aid
Getting financial aid starts with submitting the financial aid application known as “FAFSA.” To get started:
- Create your federal student ID, which you will need to open, sign, and correct your application.
(Note: If you are a dependent student, one of your parents will also need to create an ID.)
- Go to FAFSA.gov and start your FAFSA application.
- At the confirmation page of the FAFSA application, select “Start your state application” link to apply for New Jersey state-based aid.
Our financial aid staff can help you complete your FAFSA and apply for grants, loans or work-study. We offer one-on-one “FAFSA on Demand” appointments and free FAFSA workshops.
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The Middlesex College Value
Per credit (in-county)
In scholarships awarded
Average savings for going to Middlesex College and then transferring to Rutgers
Average cost per year
Our tuition is about one-third of a four-year school
Tuition for students from families who make $65,000 or less through the Community College Opportunity Grant