Mercer County Community College Signs Dual Admissions Agreement with Wilmington College


From left are Mercer County Community College's Acting Vice President for Academic Affairs Mark McCormick with Wilmington College's President Jack Varsalona and Vice President Betty Caffo, after signing a new dual admissions agreement that will enable qualified Mercer students to transfer into their junior year at Wilmington College, Delaware

WEST WINDSOR, N.J. -- Students who wish to transfer to Wilmington College in Wilmington, Delaware, after they complete their associate degree at Mercer County Community College now have the opportunity to enter a dual admissions program.

A new agreement, signed in July, enables students majoring in 17 different programs to enter their junior year at Wilmington after completing their degree at Mercer. Among the subject areas included in the agreement are criminal justice, business, liberal arts, computer science, education and nursing. Students must maintain a 2.0 average. While attending Mercer these dual admissions students will also have access to all of Wilmington's facilities.

MCCC holds dual admissions agreements with seven other colleges, including Montclair State University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Penn State Abington, Rider University, Rutgers University, Saint Peter's College and The College of New Jersey. Most other colleges accept Mercer's credits and many have signed transfer agreements to ease the transition for students.

For more information on transferring from Mercer click here, or call the Transfer Office at 609-570-3307.

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