MxCC Foundation Board Welcomes Two New Members

Mar 25, 2014 – Kevin Scarpati, Meriden city councilman, and Elaine Law, retired human resources executive from The Hartford, have been confirmed as new members of the Middlesex Community College Foundation Board of Directors.  The Foundation, which supports MxCC faculty development, student scholarships, campus projects, academic programs, and instructional technology, announced the new members at its monthly board meeting in March. …

H. Brian Dumeer, Esq. of Carlson & Dumeer, LLC Elected Chair of Middlesex Community College Foundation

H. Brian Dumeer, Esq., has been selected as the new chairman of the Foundation Board for Middlesex Community College.  The Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization established to support the growth and development of Middlesex Community College and the students it serves. Attorney Dumeer is a native of Middletown where he grew up attending local schools. He graduated from …

Middlesex Community College’s Meriden Center Awarded Grants

Jan 16, 2014 – Students at MxCC’s Meriden Center will benefit from two new grants this semester, awarded by the Cuno Foundation and the Meriden Foundation. The Cuno Foundation awarded $4,840 to fully fund the Meriden Center’s New York Times in College project for the entire academic year. This grant will pay for subscriptions to the print and digital versions of The New York …

MxCC Scholarship Road Races Expands for 10th Anniversary

Oct 9, 2013 – For the past nine years Middlesex Community College has held a 5K to benefit student scholarships and programs. To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the race, MxCC is expanding the event, making it more exciting for participants. New this year, there will be a 10K race in addition to the 5K race with new courses for both, …

MxCC’s Fast-Track Math Initiative A Success

Aug 26, 2013 – Twenty-eight students participated in a two-week intensive course designed to help students brush-up on basic math skills found much success. The goal of the Fast-Track Math Initiative is for incoming students to increase their math course placement, allowing less time to be spent in developmental math courses, lower the cost of college for students, and accelerate the …