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Student Guide: Academics and Student Life

The college continues to diligently monitor local, state, and federal guidance concerning developments with the coronavirus pandemic.

Thank you for your patience as we hold the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff as the college’s utmost priority.

Please continue to visit this page, and watch for announcements from other sources as well, as MCCC strives to keep all informed as developments warrant.

Student Support Services

Student support services include mentoring, counseling, technology support, and grant funding to help you build and maintain an educational environment that allows you to thrive. If you need assistance, we are here for you.

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Student Success Coaches

Student Success coaches and advisors are available both in-person and virtually throughout the year. These staff members are your guide to understanding the requirements of your degree program and registering for appropriate courses. Students are encouraged to meet with a Success Coach regularly.

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Accessibility Resources

Students who require accommodations in the learning environment can register with the Center for Inclusion, Transition, and Accessibility to receive these services. To connect with this office, please visit the Center for Inclusion, Transition, and Accessibility’s website.


Testing Centers

Visit the Testing Centers website for information and services presently provided at the West Windsor and James Kerney campuses, or contact


Learning Centers/Tutoring Services

MCCC offers free tutoring to enrolled students. Please visit the Tutoring Services website or contact for information.


Technology Availability and Support Services

For technology support, students and employees can log in to the self-service portal (MITTS) at or send an email to For in-person support, visit our support office at the OneStop Center (located on the second floor of the West Windsor Campus Student Center) during our normal hours of operation.  Additional information can be found on the college's Technology Services website.


Libraries -- West Windsor and James Kerney Campuses



The library staff is available for virtual Library Chat services from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. throughout the academic year.

In-person services for Fall and Spring semesters are offered at the following hours:

West Windsor Campus LIBRARY
8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday
12 to 4 p.m. Saturday
closed: Sunday

James Kerney Campus (JKC) LIBRARY
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
closed: Saturday & Sunday


The textbook collection at both the JKC and WWC libraries will be accessible during library open hours. Textbooks are for use in the library only.


Self-service photocopiers are available. Black and white copies are 10 cents per page and color copies are 20 cents per page.


Computer Labs will be open during the libraries’ open hours.

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Athletics, Fitness, Swimming Pool

The athletic teams are participating in their seasons as outlined on the Athletics website. Our student athletes, coaches, and support staff are practicing appropriate safety protocols, as determined by the CDC, the College and the MCCC Athletics Department.

Our community’s health and well-being are important. As local health conditions allow, every effort will be made to keep our recreational facilities open. The Campus Recreation website lists the available facilities and the guidelines that govern the use of these facilities.

The Fitness Center and the pool will be open and available; please check the Campus Recreation website for open hours and guidelines.

Recreation facilities are operating with the following guidelines:
  • One swimmer per lane. Lanes cannot be shared, unless by members of the same family.
  • Social distance must be maintained while on the pool deck and in the facility.
  • Only bathrooms in the foyer will be accessible. Face masks must be worn in the restrooms and social distancing must be practiced.  There will be a limit of three people in the restroom at a time.
  • Locker rooms are closed to the public. Swimmers must shower on the pool deck.
  • Visitors must enter and exit in a staggered fashion.
  • Foot coverings must be worn on pool deck and in restrooms.
  • Equipment, including kickboards and pool noodles, are off limits at this time.
  • No floats, toys or equipment may be brought into the pool.
  • No equipment such as goggles, nose clips or swim caps can be shared with anyone.
  • No changing on the pool deck, other than removal of a cover top and shorts/pants over a bathing suit.
  • Members are asked to exit the facility as quickly as possible. No lingering on the pool deck or in the building, lobby or parking lot.
  • Swim times will be assigned. Members must register 3 hours prior to arrival and complete a pre-screening questionnaire. Reservations will be for a designated time slot, with earlier times being reserved for high-risk members.
  • Do not arrive early for your swim time to avoid congregating.
  • The pool deck can be used to place your bags, towels, etc. Keep belongings apart from others so that social distance can be maintained. Leave any valuables at home.
  • Group size will dictate social distancing mandates.
Fitness Center
  • Community members must register on the Campus Recreation website for open hours and guidelines.
  • The Fitness Center will post maximum capacity use in accordance with the State of New Jersey guidelines.
  • Outdoor activities require masking when in groups.
  • Social distancing (six feet) must be maintained.
  • Locker rooms are off-limits.
  • Users are asked to wipe all equipment clean with sanitary cloths provided.


Student Organizations

Student clubs are permitted to meet and resume their regular operations, as long as college-wide health and safety guidelines are followed. 

Community Education and Youth College

  • Upward Bound and the VIP Program have returned to in-person programming, following college protocols.
  • Educational Talent Search has resumed in-person programming at Trenton target schools. For more information, contact Ms. Tashell Walters at (609) 439-5114 or Mr. Stephen Bryant at (609) 439-5347. Students who come to the James Kerney Campus must follow the college’s safety policy protocols.


Workforce Innovation Programs

Staff are currently available to meet with prospective participants at the James Kerney Campus. Participants are expected to follow the college safety policy and protocols.  


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