Center for New Media Students Design Digital Signage for New Meigs Point Nature Center

If you haven’t had a chance to visit the new Meigs Point Nature Center, which opened in May, now is a great time to go! The newly constructed Nature Center features four exhibits with many different types of wildlife local to Connecticut. The Nature Center also features 60 digital signs and four larger-than-life touch screens designed by Middlesex Community College students and staff. Center …

MxCC Students Named “All Connecticut Academic Team” Award Winners

MIDDLETOWN, CONN., (May 16, 2016) – Two Middlesex Community College students were recognized for their academic and leadership achievements during the annual All-Connecticut Academic Team awards ceremony held at the state capitol building in Hartford on Friday April 29. Michael Stielau, a MIS major student from Middletown, and Ceara Wettemann, a General Studies student from Killingworth, were among the group …

MxCC Students Exhibit Research, Academic Talent

Bipolar Disorder, Opiods, Fingerprinting and Journalism among Many Topics Presented at College’s Second Academic Convivium MIDDLETOWN, Conn., For the second year, MxCC students will make oral and visual presentations of their original research during the College’s academic convivium, which takes place Friday, April 29, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Founders Hall on the Middletown campus. This formal event …

Decision to Close Meriden Campus and Manufacturing Lab Reversed

Middlesex Community College is pleased to announce that the decision to close the Meriden campus and Manufacturing Lab has been reversed, in alignment with decisions made by Gregory Gray, President of the Board of Regents, and the state legislature over the past two weeks. “Because of the faith that I am putting in the legislators and the trust that we …

MxCC to Close Meriden Center and Manufacturing Lab

Middlesex Community College (MxCC) announced today that it is planning to close the Meriden Center and the Meriden Manufacturing Lab at the end of the spring semester. MxCC has offered courses in Meriden since 1979. This very difficult decision was made in response to the Fiscal Year 2016 budget proposal submitted by the Governor that called for a CSCU system …