Mercer County Community College offers its generous selection of academic programs, excellent facilities, and impressive student resources at a far lower cost than that of four-year schools – saving you many thousands of dollars.
And for those needing financial aid individually, Mercer is eager to assist you in applying for federal and state grants, abundant scholarships, loans, and work study programs. The college is approved for veterans’ training under various GI bills.
Mercer County Community College's 70 associate degree programs and 25 credit certificates are among the most diverse and comprehensive in the nation. Included are transfer programs that prepare students for pursuit of a bachelor’s degree and career programs that prepare for more immediate employment upon graduation from Mercer.
Mercer takes pride in its faculty, and here are some reasons why -- a glimpse of the spectrum of interests, talents, and accomplishments of Mercer County Community College faculty in the classroom, in the community, and far beyond.
Teaching is their passion, students their priority. Small class sizes cater to individual attention from dedicated faculty. Beyond the classroom, student success coaching, advisement, and free tutoring are among the comprehensive academic and personal supports that further demonstrate Mercer's commitment to student success.
Mercer County Community College serves students well not only for their first years of college, but also in support of each student's further academic or career pursuits: transfer to senior colleges or universities or entering the workforce.
Along with benefiting from our many transfer agreements maintained with desirable four-year institutions nationwide, MCCC students take advantage of guaranteed admission to other schools in New Jersey and beyond.
Through our University Center, you can even earn your bachelor's or even master's degree right from our West Windsor campus!
As you and your families make difficult decisions regarding the upcoming Fall semester, we are excited to tell you about options that will provide you with flexibility while adhering to CDC guidelines to ensure your health.
All courses for Mercer County Community College's Fall 2020 semester will be offered in one of the following three formats:
Over the next few days, the college will note for each Fall 2020 course one of the above three approaches. Regardless of your chosen option, you will need access to a computer and steady Internet connection. Some classes might also require access to a webcam, specific software, or other equipment. We will work with you on securing as much of this as you may need.
Students who are currently enrolled for the Fall will be contacted by MCCC enrollment specialists or other staff to help select the best option. We are committed to doing our best to provide you a safe learning environment. If you have any questions about the registration process, course options, or any other matters related to returning to Mercer in the Fall, please refer to the Mercer website for more detailed information.
As always, we look forward to helping you successfully advance your educational journey at Mercer. We are in this together.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mercer County Community College is temporarily suspending its requirement for tuition payment arrangements to be due at the time of registration.
Tuition Payment Due Date can be found on student class schedule.
We encourage students to prepare for the Summer and Fall semesters by reserving seats in the classes they need at the times they want. Payment plans are still available. And be sure to apply for financial aid now; it is best not to wait.