MCCC Launches Business Resources Website to Support Business Recovery and Development


West Windsor, N.J. - Mercer County Community College (MCCC) has launched new a Business Resource Center on August 7 focused on supporting business recovery and development throughout Mercer County.

Those resources focus on MCCC’s programs and services for business recovery, improvement and development.

With the coronavirus pandemic hurting businesses around New Jersey, Mercer County Community College is reaffirming our commitment to supporting businesses. Just last month, the college held its first ever virtual employment fair, connecting job seekers to businesses.

“It is our mission to serve our communities. Now more than ever, we need to be the resource center for our business communities and to provide hope for the businesses that are experiencing unprecedented stress,” says Dr. Jianping Wang, President of the College.

Dr. Wang also noted that many of these negatively impacted businesses are small and/or minority owned. The college is looking to work with directly with the African American Chamber of Commerce and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, to ensure these programs are accessible to those who need them most.

“We have tailored many of our established programs that support nearly all areas, including Technology, Finance, Business, and Customer Service,” said Dr. Perez in charge of delivering those services. “We also will make space available for students in need with reduced or free tuition.”

“At Mercer, you can plan an educational experience uniquely tailored to your interests and goals, appropriately blending with your lifestyle and schedule. Then, proceed at your own pace toward accomplishment and toward MCCC exceeding your expectations,” says Dr. Robert Schreyer, Vice President of Academic Affairs.

In keeping with social distancing guidelines, the majority of courses from both the credit and non-credit sides will be offered online. In-person sections will follow rigorous protocols to ensure the safety of those in attendance. To learn more , please visit

Established in 1966, Mercer County Community College (MCCC) is a publicly supported comprehensive educational institution that provides opportunities for higher education through an open-door admission policy. MCCC is home to 70 associate degree programs and numerous credit and noncredit certificate programs. The college also offers many educational experiences, leadership opportunities and the chance to interact with other students and faculty/staff members in an informal setting.

More than 40 clubs offer students the opportunity to explore special interests. Many of these clubs are directly affiliated with fields of study and augment classroom experiences.

In addition, art exhibits, dance productions, dramatic presentations, musical productions, and performances by guest artists are sponsored throughout the year. Music organizations include the college chorus, jazz band, symphonic band, dance ensemble, and stage band.

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MCCC's new community workforce page is an effort to combat the negative effects of the coronavirus pandemic on businesses in the Greater Trenton area.