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Registration is Open for Summer Classes at MCCC


West Windsor, NJ:  Summer is learning time at Mercer County Community College.  With more flexibility in course scheduling than ever, students may choose credit sessions of six weeks, eight weeks, 10 weeks or 11 weeks, with starting dates of May 23, June 3, June 20, and July 6.  Online course options also abound. See the summer course bulletin here.

The college offers classes at the West Windsor campus at 1200 Old Trenton Road, the downtown Trenton campus at North Broad and Academy Streets, and through The Virtual College, whose student population has been growing rapidly.  This summer The Virtual College is offering an increased number of courses, most appropriate for highly motivated learners.
See the Virtual College course list here.

The West Windsor Campus outdoor eating area.

Mercer welcomes students of all ages and stages of life. Students who are home for the summer from other colleges can earn transferable credits, easing their future work load and saving dollars on tuition costs.  Qualified high school students are also welcome to take classes to explore their interests and earn college credits at Mercer.

Adults often attend summer classes to sharpen their skills or begin the journey to a new career.  Others take the opportunity to pursue interests in foreign languages, photography, music or the visual arts.

Mercer offers 70 associate degree programs and numerous certificate programs in career areas with projected job growth, including education, business, law enforcement, entertainment technology, exercise science, and the health professions.  New in fall 2011 is a Fashion Design program offered at the downtown Trenton James Kerney Campus.

Through the University Center at Mercer, students who complete their associate degree are eligible to transfer into bachelor’s degree programs offered right at Mercer’s West Windsor Campus through William Paterson University, Fairleigh Dickinson University and Felician College.

Dual admissions agreements with regional colleges, and transfer agreements with colleges throughout the country make it easy for Mercer graduates to transfer and pursue their bachelor’s degree.  Studies show that students who transfer from community colleges do as well as, or better than, students who begin at four-year colleges.  They also save thousands of dollars.

The full summer course bulletin is available at county libraries, at both campuses, and online here.  A copy may be requested by calling 609-570-3737.

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