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Middlesex College Students Ace Math Competition

The Middlesex College mathematics team was the top performing school in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the 2022-2023 American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) Student Math League competition.

Future Venue on Campus Will Host Rutgers Baseball Home Games

As part of Middlesex County’s Community, Innovation, and Opportunity (CIO) Strategic Investment Plan, Middlesex County and Rutgers Athletics have entered into a letter of intent, solidifying a partnership with the Scarlet Knight baseball program, spanning three to five years.

Kimberly Burnett Named Executive Director of Marketing and Communications

Kimberly Burnett, Middlesex County native and resident, began her new role as Executive Director of Marketing and Communications at Middlesex College on July 10, 2023. She most recently served as senior manager in the Office of Communications under the Administration at Middlesex County local government

Colts Leave Track Nationals With Gold

The Middlesex College track team took home individual and relay national titles at the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) track meet.

Food Justice Showcase and Symposium

Showcase at Middlesex College Shines a Light on Food Justice

Middlesex College will hold a Food Justice Showcase and Symposium at the College’s Studio Theater Gallery on Thursday, April 27, 2023 from noon to 2 p.m. to highlight the issue of food justice within the local community and among incarcerated spaces.

Claudivel Batista

Paving the Way for College Success

Claudivel Batista started the Middlesex College pre-college program – Success Bound Youth Leadership Academy – when she was a rising senior at Perth Amboy High School, and is now firmly on the college track at Middlesex College.

Devanshi Patel

Devanshi Patel, Who Moved to the U.S. from Kenya, Continues Her Studies at Rutgers

Devanshi Patel of Piscataway, moved to the U.S. from Kenya a year ago and started classes at Middlesex College last summer. This fall, she will continue her studies at Rutgers, where she had been accepted to last year. Instead, she decided to attend Middlesex College, seeking to save costs and for a softer transition to life in America.