“There is a sense of unity and belonging you get at Middlesex. From the welcoming community to the opportunities and resources, you have so much at your disposable.”Divon Pender Transferred to Rutgers University
Middlesex College works to advance higher educational opportunities for justice-impacted students across the state of New Jersey. On campus, the Center for Justice-Impacted Students serves as a resource hub and support center for formerly incarcerated and justice-impacted students to enable them to succeed on their college journey.
We offer preschool and full-day kindergarten for children between 2½ and 6 years of age. State subsidies are available for qualified applicants.
The College’s Community Resource Hub and Food Pantry – available to all currently registered students – offers food, personal hygiene products, and other basic necessities, and connects students to existing community resources throughout Middlesex County.
Professional counselors are available to assist students in making decisions about career, educational majors, college transfer and personal concerns. Make an appointment with a counselor or check the drop-in times.
The College makes every effort to reasonably accommodate a student with a disability. The Disability Services staff are available to work with students in accessing appropriate accommodations in order to fully integrate into a mainstream collegiate environment.
The Educational Opportunity Fund is a state-funded program that provides holistic support services to help New Jersey students continue their education at a four-year college and become successful skilled citizens in a diverse workforce society. EOF support includes comprehensive advising and counseling, career guidance, impactful learning opportunities, and more.
Our nationally recognized Military & Veterans Services assists military veterans as they transition to civilian life. Our staff assist veterans manage their education benefits and entitlements, coordinate services they need to be successful, and create an environment where they can socialize with other military veterans. Once you are registered for classes, stop by the Center to see one of our Veterans Certifying Officials.
“Even when COVID was at its height, I could count on Middlesex College, and specifically Veterans Services in West Hall, to always ensure that my school experience was going flawlessly and according to plan.”Melvin D. Rodas ’22 Transferred to Rutgers