EDISON — It’s not too late to start college. At Middlesex County College, a special “Fall II” program of accelerated courses begins Sept. 26. Courses are offered day, evening, and through the internet.
“At Middlesex, we’re here to help you succeed,” said Aretha Watson, director of admissions and assistant dean of enrollment and student support services. “We know you have a busy schedule so we offer flexible programs, with two separate Fall terms; we offer the traditional 15-week semester, as well as a shorter term for select classes. This is the perfect opportunity to take a class in an area that interests you, or to start your college career. We have classes offered at our Edison campus, the New Brunswick and Perth Amboy Centers, as well as online courses you can take at home.”
Classes include art, business, English, computer science, writing, history, ethics, psychology, criminology, public speaking, sociology, Spanish and philosophy.
For a complete list of classes and more information, visit www.middlesexcc.edu.
The college’s Edison campus is at 2600 Woodbridge Avenue. The New Brunswick Center is located at 140 New Street (at the intersection of New Street and Joyce Kilmer Avenue), and the Perth Amboy Center is at 60 Washington Street.
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