Dear Students, Prospective Students, Faculty, Staff, Friends and Visitors,
Mercer County Community College is preparing for a safe reopening for the Fall 2021 Semester, with detailed and robust plans to protect the safety and health of our students, faculty, staff, friends, and visitors.
Our Reopening Task Force, consisting of members across all departments of the college, worked very hard for a few months to develop those plans. You can view the details of the plan on our website here.
For the Fall 2021 semester, the majority of classes will be offered in-person. There will also be options of hybrid, remote, and online modalities for students to choose.
In addition, the college is making investments in Live Streaming Technology and Smart Classroom Technology while we are significantly increasing our broadband and WiFi capacities to ensure that all classes will run smoothly.
We are also taking this opportunity of less traffic on campus to beautify our campus with fresh paint and brand new technology-abled signage across the campus to make it easier for you to navigate around the campus.
Our brand new facilities of OneStop Student Service Center and the University Center (see photos) are awaiting you with modern amenities. If you are still concerned about getting in-person services, we have a virtual OneStop Service Center that can answer all of your questions virtually.
Finally, if you are not sure how to pay for your education at Mercer — whether you are beginning or continuing — we can help you. The college has a variety of ways to assist you financially. So please do not delay or postpone your college education. Mercer is eager to help you.
Registration for the Summer and Fall Semesters is now open! If you have questions, please visit the MCCC One Stop Center.
From all of us at Mercer County Community College, we look forward to seeing you on campus for the Fall 2021 semester!
Dr. Jianping Wang
The OneStop Visitor Center
The newly renovated OneStop Visitor Center is fully modernized and is expected to be the hub of every question Mercer! Students and prospective students can access the OneStop center online or in person for information regarding course registration, admissions, applications, financial aid, tuition payments, advisement, success coaching and more.
New University Center
The new University Center, adjacent to the Fine Arts building, extends opportunities beyond traditional two-year associate degrees at Mercer County Community College. Agreements with other New Jersey institutions of higher education allow students to earn bachelor's and even master's degrees at MCCC's West Windsor campus.