The Meriden Center Hosts Open Student Forum

The Meriden Center hosted an open student forum on November 15, 2011.  Our panelists were President Wasescha,Dean Maslin, Dean Smalley, and Associate Dean Leonowich. Student turnout was great and many excellent questions were asked. Many students had questions about advising, transferring, and student financial aid. Other students wanted to know why the Meriden Center did not offer full programs of study …

The Meriden Center Looks Back at a Successful Year

After completing its 33rd academic year as a high-quality community college location, The Meriden Center of Middlesex Community College has much to celebrate. The school is clearly growing in popularity, with its highest enrollment ever, the curriculum and classroom experiences continue to surpass standards, and the school is taking very visible and positive steps to help build up the city …

Dr. Anna Wasescha Takes Helm as New President at MxCC

Dr. Wasescha will oversee academic programs, faculty, administration and management of the Middletown campus, the college’s Meriden Center in downtown Meriden, and the programs in Old Saybrook. At both locations, she hopes to instill her deep commitment in environmental stewardship and sustainability. Dr. Wasescha officially succeeds Dr. Wilfredo Nieves, who held the office of president for 10 years before becoming …

Meriden Superintendent Dr. Mark Benigni to Teach at Middlesex Community College, Meriden Center

Dr. Mark Benigni, Meriden’s superintendent of schools, will teach a course on “Child, Family and School Relations” at the Meriden campus of Middlesex Community College. The course, which will be offered during the spring 2011 semester, will be open to students enrolled in the Early Childhood Education academic program, as well as to the general public. Registration information can be …