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Commencement 2024

Celebrating the accomplishments of the Class of 2024 at the College’s 57th Commencement Ceremony.

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Tassels Turned: Middlesex College Celebrates the Accomplishments of the Class of 2024

Middlesex College awarded degrees and certificates to 1,492 students who comprise the Class of 2024.

Latest News Close-up of a male graduate who is seated and raising his arm as he looks out to people in the stands.
Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship winner Nima Sedghi is flanked by José Laureano, Vice President, Student & Enrollment Services, and Middlesex College President Mark McCormick, with the American flag and black and white photos behind them.
News | May 13, 2024
Katherine Fallon-Reusch smiling, wearing glasses, and standing in front of a library bookshelf
News | May 9, 2024
Evan Johnson peering through an ice sculpture
Students | April 29, 2024
Claire Condie leading a group of students at a beach
News | April 26, 2024

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The amount you pay depends on whether you are a resident of Middlesex County, and more importantly, your financial aid and scholarships. Almost all of our students qualify for substantial financial aid packages and scholarship awards. Students who come from families making less than $65,000 can even attend for free.

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We offer more than 80 degree and certificate programs of study. All of our associate degree programs can be completed in two years. Most allow you to transfer to a four-year college or university to work toward a bachelor’s degree; some make it possible for you to enter a specific field upon graduation. We also offer short term certificate programs that can prepare you for the workplace or advance in your current career.

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