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Friday, June 5, 2020

Education Agreement Made Official During Virtual Press Conference

In a virtual press conference yesterday (May 7), Mercer County Community College (MCCC) and William Paterson University formally entered into the “3+1” agreement, allowing MCCC students to...

Mercer County Community College, William Paterson University to Announce Partnership

To help college students stay on track and earn their bachelor’s degree amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the presidents of Mercer County Community College (MCCC) and William Paterson University...

Mercer County College Begins Distribution of CARES Act Checks to Students

Just days after receiving federal relief funds from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Mercer County Community College (MCCC) has started issuing checks to...

NJEA Launches Online Professional Development Webinar Series

In response to the number of requests for support and questions from the field, the NJEA Professional Development and Instructional Issues Division has developed guidance on a...

TESU to Host Virtual Information Sessions to Advance Nursing Careers

These challenging times are not defined by the destructive impact of COVID-19, but by the brave men and woman who work tirelessly to help people, families, get...

College Prepares to Distribute $1.9 million in Federal CARES Act Funds to Assist Students...

Mercer County Community College (MCCC) is ready to begin the process of distributing more than $1.9 million in direct aid to students, made available through the federal...

Trenton Basketball Legend Reggie Murray to Join MCCC as Head Women’s Basketball Coach

After 32 years and over 600 wins at Trenton Central High School, Reginald Murray decided it was time for his next chapter. Earlier this month the hall of...

MCCC Cuts Tuition by 20 Percent for Summer Classes

To help students and their families under financial strain due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mercer County Community College (MCCC) Board of Trustees has approved a 20...

Trenton Students Receive Laptops During Statewide Emergency

In an effort to bolster educational equity throughout the city of Trenton during the COVID-19 crisis, Mayor Reed Gusciora helped Trenton Public Schools distribute laptops to children...

“Ask the Barracks” Video Response Online

The Old Barracks Museum is bringing history online! The first video response to a question submitted to “Ask the Barracks” is online now at www.barracks.org/askthebarracks! The question,...