MCCC Offers Later-Starting Credit Classes This Semester


WEST WINDSOR, N.J. -- Although the spring semester is well under way at Mercer County Community College, later-starting credit courses are still open for enrollment. Ten-week classes beginning March 1 will cover topics such as accounting, environmental science, business law, speech, English, geography, history, nutrition, computer concepts, algebra, psychology, sociology and more. An eight-week session begins March 26 with courses in business statistics, speech, microeconomics, history and pre-calculus.

Classes take place at the West Windsor campus, the downtown Trenton James Kerney campus, and online through The Virtual College. Previously-registered students can sign up for classes online at

With 68 associate degree programs designed for transfer or career preparation, MCCC provides career and college solutions for a wide variety of academic needs.

The University Center at Mercer now offers bachelor's degrees on campus through William Paterson University, Fairleigh Dickinson University and Felician College. Numerous transfer and dual admissions agreements with colleges throughout the region and country enable Mercer graduates to transfer into bachelor's degree programs nationwide.

With a student population of all ages, Mercer welcomes career-changers, those seeking to improve specific skills for career advancement, and those who take classes for personal interest. In addition to its credit programs, Mercer's Center for Continuing Studies offers a full range of short-term classes in business, health careers and many other areas that begin year-round.

For more information visit or call the Enrollment Services office at 609-570-3795.

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