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MCCC Offers Later-Starting Fall Semester Credit Classes

9/5/12

 

West Windsor, NJ:   Fall credit classes are well underway at Mercer County Community College, but learners of all ages still have the opportunity to take classes this semester, with most later-starting credit classes beginning Oct. 2 and 19.  Ten-week and eight-week offerings include courses in the fine arts, business, English composition and literature, hospitality, history, computers, sociology, Spanish and much more.

Classes take place days or evenings at campuses in West Windsor and downtown Trenton, and through MercerOnline.  For a full list of later-starting credit course offerings visit www.mccc.edu/later-starting, or call the Enrollment Services office at 609-570-3795.  Previously registered students may sign up for classes online.

For the first time this October, MCCC will begin offering credit classes at its new building in downtown Trenton, across the street from current college buildings. The renovated “Trenton Hall,” at 135-137 North Broad Street, will include new classrooms, a study lounge, an art studio, a Fashion Design Laboratory with sewing and design equipment, and space for future expansion. Classes will begin October 2 for the college’s new programs in Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising.

Offering 70 associate degree programs designed for transfer or career preparation, as well as shorter-term career certificate programs, Mercer provides college solutions for a variety of needs. In addition to serving traditional-age students, Mercer’s student population includes adult students seeking to retrain for new careers or update their skills for career growth. Last year the average age of a part-time student was 30. With its flexible scheduling, Mercer’s students can choose to attend full- or part-time, days or evenings. 

Mercer offers many opportunities for students who wish to continue for 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. MCCC also holds transfer agreements with colleges nationwide, and offers dual admissions programs with colleges throughout the region. 

In addition to its credit programs, MCCC’s Center for Continuing Studies offers a full range of classes and certificate programs that begin year-round in business, computer applications health careers, construction, education and more.

For additional information, visit www.mccc.edu or call Enrollment Services at 609-570-3795.

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