New Brunswick Center
The Middlesex College New Brunswick Center serves the greater New Brunswick community. We offer day, evening and Saturday classes. There are ten classrooms, including one open Computer Lab, two lecture Computer Labs, one Biology Lab and a Multipurpose Room used for special events.
Enrollment Services at the New Brunswick Center include:
- Academic Advising (enrollment, test exemptions, choosing a major, add/drop class, academic progress)
- Online Application/ Class Registration Assistance
- College Placement Test (CPT)
- English as Second Language evaluation test (ESL)
- Tuition Payment/Payment Plan Assistance (No cash accepted at this location)
- Financial Aid assistance and FAFSA completion workshops
- NJ Alternative Application for DACA / NJ Dreamers
Services For Students
Counseling & Career Services
Specialized Services are available for Students with Disabilities, Returning Veterans, Bi-Lingual, International, African American, Hispanic, and South Asian Students.
Testing, Canvas Tutorial, and Advising
You can complete your placement and ESL testing, and Advising at the New Brunswick Center.
Financial Aid Assistance
Need help filling out your FAFSA? Are you a NJ Dreamer/DACA student who needs help completing your Alternative Financial Aid application? Join us for a free workshop to assist you with your application.
High School to College Transition
If you are a high school student and will be attending college, we have a series of programs and workshops to help you navigate the journey.
Middlesex College has over 120 scholarships available for students. Complete just one scholarship application to be considered for all scholarships.
FREE Tutoring Services
In-person and online training is available. You can walk in or schedule an appointment at least one day in advance (highly recommended.)
You can visit the library on the Edison campus for resources and materials or use the online chat system to speak to a librarian during designated times.
New Brunswick Center Club
This club provides educational, cultural and social activities for students, especially those who take classes at the Center or live in the New Brunswick area.