West Windsor, NJ: Although most credit classes have already begun at Mercer County Community College (MCCC), learners of all ages still have a chance to sign up this fall, with later-starting credit classes that begin Oct. 4, Oct. 22 and Oct 24. The ten-, eight- and seven-week sessions include subjects ranging from English Composition and Psychology to Algebra, Business Statistics and Environmental Science.
Classes take place at the West Windsor campus, the downtown Trenton James Kerney campus, and online through The Virtual College. Previously registered students may sign up for classes online at www.mccc.edu.
Offering 70 associate degree programs designed for transfer or career preparation, MCCC provides career and college solutions for a wide variety of needs. Mercer offers many options for students who plan to pursue a bachelor’s degree. Through the University Center at Mercer, three colleges offer bachelor’s programs right on the West Windsor Campus: William Paterson University, Fairleigh Dickinson University and Felician College. Mercer also offers dual admissions programs with colleges throughout the region, and holds transfer agreements with many other colleges.
With a student population of all ages, MCCC welcomes career-changers, those who need to improve specific skills for career advancement, and those who take classes for personal interest.
In addition to its credit programs, The Center for Continuing Studies offers a full range of short-term classes and career programs year-round in business, health careers and many other areas.
For more information visit www.mccc.edu or call the Enrollment Services office at 609-570-3795.