Meet New Health Information Management Coordinator Jill Flanigan on August 22

Beginning this fall, Jill Flanigan, MLS, MS, RHIT, will serve as the new, full-time assistant professor and coordinator for the MxCC Health Information Management program. Students and colleagues are invited to a special ‘meet and greet’ to be held on Monday, August 22, at 5:30 p.m. in Wheaton Hall, room 308. Professor Donna Hylton will introduce everyone to Professor Flanigan, …

Largest Class Graduates From MxCC

Senator Blumenthal Joins Chorus of Congratulations  MIDDLETOWN, CONN., (June 1, 2016) – For the third year in a row, Middlesex Community College has awarded degrees to a record-setting number of students.  The College’s 49th commencement ceremony, held May 26, included 471 students, which is a 14 percent increase over its number of 2015 graduates.  These students earned degrees in 24 …

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 …

Middlesex Community College and Woodrow Wilson Middle School Team Up for Environmental Biology Mentorship Program

Five Middlesex Community College students were selected to be a part of a community service project involving Woodrow Wilson Middle School, supported by the Rockfall Foundation. This two-part project connects local middle school students with college student mentors. The five MxCC students involved in this project are: John Tirone IV, Jeffrey Swatkins, Antwan Byrd, Tiffani Woronick, and Delfina Rosario. Dr. …

SPEAK Week Officially Proclaimed By the City of Middletown

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (October 30, 2015) – Today Middlesex Community College and the City of Middletown officially proclaimed the week of October 25 to be SPEAK Week. SPEAK (Students Promoting Equality, Acceptance, and Knowledge) Club members chose this week in October because it is National Bullying Awareness Month and LGBTIQA+ History Month. Middletown Councilwoman Deborah Kleckowski made the proclamation this afternoon at a …