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Middlesex County College

Middlesex County College is a public JUCO university located in Edison, New Jersey. The tuition to attend is is $3,350 for in state students and is $6,650 for out of state students. The average net cost to attend Middlesex County College is $6,797 and 0% of students get in. There are roughly 11,433 students that attend Middlesex County College.

More information on Middlesex County College can be found by going to their academics page or their admissions page.

You can contact the Men's Wrestling Head Coach Kyle Brewer at 732.906.4672 brewer.k@hotmail.com or by filling out the recruitment questionnaire.


This article is about Middlesex County College in New Jersey. For Middlesex Community College in Connecticut, see Middlesex Community College (Connecticut). For Middlesex Community College in Massachusetts, see Middlesex Community College (Massachusetts). Middlesex County College is a community college with its main campus located in Edison, New Jersey, United States. Founded by the Middlesex County Board of Elected Freeholders in 1964, the two-year college serves the needs of Middlesex County, as well as surrounding communities. The college also maintains two urban center campuses, one located in the Civic Square government and theatre district of New Brunswick and one in the city center of Perth Amboy. The current president of Middlesex County College is Dr. Joann LaPerla-Morales, who took the position in 2005 after the retirement of Dr. John Bakum. The college is built on a portion of the former Raritan Arsenal, constructed in 1917 for the United States Army. The arsenal was closed in 1963, and in 1964, the county officially founded the college, naming Frank Chambers the first president to help design the new college. The school first opens its doors for classes in September 1966, with 1,500 students enrolled. In 2015, there were incidents of unexploded ordnance being found on campus suspected to be from the former arsenal.