November is Explore Middlesex College Month. Come learn about the amazing opportunities Middlesex College has to offer!
Middlesex College’s Center for Justice-Impacted Students (CJIS) has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation that will be earmarked for the College’s Justice Scholars Program as well as for programming to support currently incarcerated students by bringing in supplemental educational programming within partner facilities.
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.Quick Links Funding Your Education Types of Aid
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.Quick Links Degrees and Certificates