Financial Aid: Yes
Street: 521 Springs Rd.
Phone: (978) 656-3200
Middlesex is a part of the public higher education system and is intended to provide academic preparation for transfer to bachelorís degree programs, career preparation to meet area workforce needs, job retraining and lifelong learning. A community college is authorized to award associate degrees and certificates to graduates in many fields.
Partial public funding keeps the cost of attendance significantly lower than tuition and fees at other colleges and universities. Admission is open to anyone with a high school diploma or equivalent. Open access and affordability are critical components of our mission.
In addition to providing responsive, innovative educational programs to a very diverse student population, a community college always strives to be an integral part of the communities it serves. Middlesex goes above and beyond to meet these goals.
- MiddleNet - online registration and enrollment services.
- Disability Support Services - for students with learning or physical disabilities.
- Counseling Services - personal and career.
- Financial Aid - grants, scholarships, loans and work-study programs are available to help pay for college.
- Student Financial Planning - learn about the best ways to finance your education.
Online learning provides the flexibility to choose where and when you take courses, and allows you to study in new ways. The online classroom is as close as the nearest computer. Your Internet connection will link you to an MCC instructor and your online classmates. MCC hybrid courses combine online and classroom instruction. Many of our online students also take courses on-campus.
Middlesex is committed to providing access to higher education by helping to reduce economic barriers. The Financial Aid Office provides information about student aid programs and assists eligible students in accessing these programs. More than 40 percent of our students receive some form of financial assistance. In addition to federal and state resources, the college awards its own institutional funds in Safety Net Scholarships, totaling $400,000.