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MCCC to Host Full-Day
"Discover Mercer Open House"

Oct. 18

With lab demonstrations, faculty presentations, performances, alumni receptions, refreshments, and recognition of outstanding partners in education, MCCC is opening its doors for a day-long open house designed to help prospective students, current students and their families, businesses, and community members discover all that the college has to offer.


The event, “Discover YOUR Community College,” will be held on Saturday, Oct. 18 on the West Windsor Campus, beginning with registration at 9:30 a.m., and concluding at 4:30 p.m.


Please spread the word to former students with whom you may have contact, as well as your current students, neighbors and friends.


All are invited!

See the details, including pre-registrationhere.



Later-Starting Credit Classes

It's Not Too Late to Reserve Your Seat
for Fall Semester 2014 at
Mercer County Community College (MCCC)

10-week and other short-term courses start soon.

(most begin September 30)


Term F5B


September 30 - November 3

Term F10

September 30 - December 10

Term F7B

October 21 - December 10

Term F5C

November 4 - December 10

Actual start and end dates for classes
may vary within each term's date range.


Do The Math !

$147 per credit  
(*county residents)


Average Four-Year College/University
$300 to $900 per credit


·  Later-Starting Classes Offered (pdf)      

·  Browse Classes Available

·  REGISTER NOW  to get the classes
you need at the times you want.

·  Financial Aid opportunities       

·  More Details


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West Windsor Campus [directions]
Student Center (SC), 2nd floor

James Kerney Campus [directions]
KC 218



Monday through Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. 

Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

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In the Pocket:

(all times Eastern time zone)


MyNDTALK with Dr. Pamela Brewer
Friday 11am

Guest:  Tonier Caine

Healing Neen:  A powerful story of Neen's life.  At one point in her life she was using drugs, living on the street and in a life of despair.  Now - after 83 arrests and 66 convictions, Tonier Cain (Neen) is living a joyful life with her daughter and training people the world over on the ways to work with traumatized individuals.   She came back from all but complete despair.  Learn how Tonier freed herself from what seemed like a never-ending yet life ending trap.


12th Street Jump with Pearl McDonald & Pete Weber
Friday 7pm
Celebrating the Music of George Gershwin:  On this week's archive edition of 12th Street Jump, we celebrate the music of George Gershwin with our very special guest Karrin Allyson. We find out what gives Karrin the blues and learn a whole lot more about Gershwin with a game of "So, What’s Your Question".


Living Well with Jennifer Vose
Saturday 7:59am
Learn to live well:  The September air is full of excitement as kids and families get back in the swing of a new school year. If you think the benefits of school days are far behind you, think again. Lifelong learning can have countless benefits for all aspects of health for people of any age. This week on Living Well, Jennifer offers suggestions for embarking on a journey of lifelong learning, without having to climb aboard a school bus.


The Saturday Morning Mix with Carl Hemmingsen
Saturday 9am
Every week, Carl features an engaging mix of jazz, blues and gospel, old and new.


Cadillac Blues with Ron Ungarini
Saturday 6pm
Sit back on your Saturday evening and enjoy a full hour of nothing but the Blues.


Beale Street Caravan with Pat Mitchell-Worley & Kevin Cubbins
Saturday 7pm
Greenville, Mississippi native Eden Brent features on the show this week. A regular here on BSC, we can always count on Eden to deliver the kind of spontaneous, heartfelt performance that sets our program apart.


We also have Poppy Tooker on to continue her series on "Food and the Blues"








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