MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ - Middlesex County College has previously announced that remote instruction and general College operations would continue to at least April 17, 2020. However, since the Governor Murphy's Executive Order may require schools, colleges, and universities to remain closed beyond April 17, 2020, we will continue remote instruction through at least the end of the Spring 2020 semester, says MCC President Mark McCormick.
The College’s annual Commencement ceremony, originally scheduled for May 21, 2020 at the Rutgers Athletic Center, has been canceled. The College has made this difficult decision for two reasons, says the President. "Rutgers University has canceled all events through June to be in compliance with the Governor's order to cancel large gatherings through at least mid-May. We will provide information about any alternative plan, including potentially rescheduling an in-person ceremony, by May 1, 2020."
Although college facilities are not currently open to the public, college staff are still available to serve students during regular business hours. Complete information is at middlesexcc.edu/coronavirus.
"Middlesex County College is committed to safeguarding the health and well-being of students and employees and to supporting students in completing courses," says McCormick.
Questions? Contact: Student_Services@middlesexcc.edu