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"Explore Mercer" During MCCC Open House April 9


WEST WINDSOR – Prospective students, their parents, and adults interested in enhancing their job skills will have a chance to learn more about what Mercer County Community College (MCCC) has to offer during the Explore Mercer Open House, Wednesday, April 9, at 6 p.m. at the West Windsor campus Student Center, 1200 Old Trenton Road.

Faculty, staff, and students will be available to provide information about Mercer’s 70 degree programs and 30 certificate programs in areas that include the health professions, computer technology, culinary arts, business, engineering, liberal arts, and entertainment technology. Participants will also learn about some of Mercer’s more unusual degree programs, such as Aviation Flight Technology, Sustainability, Horticulture, Funeral Services, Fashion Design, and Fashion Merchandising.

Criminal Justice Faculty

Members of the Criminal Justice program faculty at Mercer County Community College discuss career opportunities with prospective students during an open house event.

New for Fall 2014 is the American Honors at Mercer program, which is specifically designed for high-achieving students looking for an affordable, quality education close to home, with opportunities to transfer to some of the top four-year institutions in the nation. American Honors is a partnership between MCCC and Quad Learning, Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based company that is working with MCCC faculty to further enrich the Mercer curriculum and provide intensive student advising and additional online resources. American Honors advisors will work closely with students to help them achieve their goals for transfer.

American Honors has developed transfer partnerships with more than 35 selective colleges; graduates have been accepted at Georgetown, Cornell, Stanford Vanderbilt and USC, among other top colleges.

Information will be available about the Trenton and West Windsor campuses and MercerOnline, as well as transfer and dual admission programs and bachelor’s degree programs on campus through partnerships with four-year colleges. Visitors can learn about financial aid, special services, and NJSTARS, a state program providing free tuition for qualifying high school graduates.

Reservations are preferred but not required. RSVP at www.mccc.edu/openhouse. For more information about MCCC’s programs and services, visit www.mccc.edu, or contact Enrollment Services at admiss@mccc.edu or (609) 570-3795.

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