- Main Campus
- Meriden Center
- Food Service Information
- Campus Safety
- Facility Rentals
- Campus Closings
- In Case of Emergency (Emergency Response Team)
Main Campus: Middletown
100 Training Hill Road, Middletown
MxCC has four main buildings: Snow, Wheaton, Founders and Chapman Halls. The buildings are air conditioned and accessible. The campus is located on a scenic hillside overlooking the Connecticut River valley, about a mile and a half from the center of Middletown. The campus features general purpose classrooms, a computer center and computer classrooms, art studios, a state-of-the-art broadcast communications center, special purpose chemistry and biology laboratories, a learning laboratory for reading and writing, an ophthalmic design and dispensing laboratory, faculty and administrative offices, cafeteria, bookstore, multi-purpose rooms and a library. In addition to ample free student parking, a municipal bus route stops at the campus twice hourly.
Effective immediately, the main campus in Middletown is a Smoke Free Campus.
There are however, designated areas for smoking which are the upper and lower parking lots. New signs have been posted and the stand along ashtrays have been placed in the parking lots.
For more information, call In-state Toll Free 1-800-818-5501.
Providing access to a high-quality college education for students throughout the greater Meriden area, that’s the Meriden Center mission. A convenient, downtown center helps meet that mission.
Students choose to study at the Meriden Center for a variety of reasons. Many are working full- or part-time, some are single parents, others are working to improve their job opportunities. Some simply want to live at home while earning a college degree.
Meriden Center students experience a vibrant, student-centered learning environment. Each campus, off site classroom, or Center has its own character, but all provide the excellence in education that is a Middlesex Community College tradition.
Meriden Center students have options. They can begin their studies at the Meriden Center and later attend the main campus in Middletown to complete their chosen degree. Or they can complete an entire program of study at the Meriden Center, graduating with a Middlesex Community College associate in science degree either in General Studies or Technology Studies: Machine Manufacturing Technology.
The College’s open admissions policy allows all students with a high school diploma or GED to be admitted. All students commute; the Meriden Center and the main campus have no residence halls. MxCC also participates in dual enrollment programs for students to earn high school credit and college credit at the same time.
For more information, please call 203-238-6200.
Changes in the College schedule due to inclement weather will be announced in the following ways:
- A text alert for those who have registered through myCommnet. To sign up for text alerts, login to myCommNet and follow the prompts from the red and black block in the lower left-hand corner.
- A message on our main telephone line, 860.343.5800. Be sure to choose option 1 for School Closings.
- An announcement posted directly on the home page of our website.
- Facebook and Twitter.
- The local television and radio stations.
Expect that the College will be open unless you hear otherwise – text announcement, Facebook, Twitter, switchboard, tv stations, radio stations and the College website. The decision to modify the class schedule will be made as soon as practicable. We receive numerous phone calls during inclement weather asking if the college will close. Understand that our staff is notified at the same time as the media outlets. You will be told to expect the College will be open unless you hear otherwise.
The standard hours of the Founders Hall Cafeteria are: Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. during the Spring and Fall semesters. Some of the items served include breakfast sandwiches, bagels, muffins, burgers, hot dogs, fries, salads, wraps and sandwiches.
Vending Machine/Self Serve
Vending (snacks and beverages) machines are available in all of the buildings on campus as well as in the 5th floor lobby at the Meriden Center. The cafeteria has a soda machine, two snack machines (one with healthier alternatives), coffee/hot cocoa, and ice cream machines.
There is a microwave available in the cafeteria next to vending machines.
Evening Hours Food Truck
Tammi’s Food Truck will be servicing the main campus in Middletown starting spring semester, 2014. She is parked up by Snow Hall from 2:30-7:30, Monday-Thursday. Her offerings include burgers, hot dogs, chicken wings, salads, wraps, fries, beverages, desserts and more for reasonable prices! She also accepts credit cards. See the full menu here.
Please click here to see the most up-to-date information about Campus Safety at MxCC in our web catalog.
Please contact Nancy Walter ([email protected]) for information about using MxCC facilities.
What to do if someone is having a medical emergency:
First call 911 and give location and nature of the emergency.
- After calling 911, if you are at the main campus in Middletown, dial extension 7777 for the Emergency Response Team Hotline. The Hotline will ring to all of the Middletown Emergency Response Team members. The ERT member who picks up first will respond to the emergency by assisting until 911 responders arrive. If no one answers the Hotline, the call will roll to the security guard’s cell phone.
- After calling 911, if you are at the Meriden Center, dial extension 3333 for the Emergency Response Team Hotline. The Hotline will ring to all of the Meriden Emergency Response Team members. The ERT member who picks up first will respond to the emergency by assisting until 911 responders arrive. If no one answers the Hotline, the call will roll to the guards cell phone.
Remember- The Most Important Thing to Do In an Emergency Situation is Call 911
MxCC Emergency Response Team
Middlesex Community College has an Emergency Response Team (ERT). The 17 member staff and faculty team is certified in First Aid, CPR and use of the AED. Members are at the main campus in Middletown, the Meriden Center and at the PMI lab in Meriden. Although the College does not have a medical center or nurses office, our ERT members are trained to assist people in need of medical attention – first by calling 911, then by helping those in need until First Responders arrive.
In Middletown, the Emergency Response Team hotline is x7777 from any campus phone.
In Meriden, the Emergency Response Team hotline is x3333 from any campus phone.
We are re-certified every 2 years. The group meets twice during each Fall and Spring semester to talk about our experiences, review protocol and stay sharp.
An AED, Automated External Defibrillator, is a portable electronic device, used on people who are unresponsive, that diagnoses cardiac arrest and transmits electrical shocks in order to reestablish an effective heart rhythm. Each of our AEDs are checked on a monthly basis to ensure they are working properly and supplies are stocked. If someone asks you to get the AED, do not hesitate to retrieve the AED and bring it to the scene. Please take the time to familiarize yourself with the locations of the AEDs.
It is important for everyone to know that anyone can use an AED. You do not have to be certified to use one. The AED will not deploy shocks if it senses that the person doesn’t need them. You cannot hurt anyone by using an AED. An instructional video has been placed here so that all can see how to operate the machine.
The College has 4 AEDs. Locations of the AEDS are as follows:
Main Campus in Middletown
- Wheaton Hall, first floor, to the right of the entry-way double doors.
- Chapman Hall, main level, in the rotunda near the entryway to the library.
- 1st Floor, Community Room, Room 102
PMI Lab, 34 Maynard Street, Meriden
- Near the corridor by the front entrance.
First Aid Kits Locations of our First Aid Kits are as follows:
A. Founders Hall- Main Campus, Middletown
- CICC – room 147A
- Business Office – room 113A
- Records and Admissions – room 153
- Counseling and Career Development Center – room 121
- Student Activities Office – room 122
B. Chapman Hall- Main Campus, Middletown
- Jean Burr Smith Library – room 702 (2 F.A. kits)
- Ophthalmic Center (2 F.A. kits)
C. Snow Hall- Main Campus, Middletown
- Broadcast Communications Productions – room 514 (2 F.A. kits)
- Humanities Office – room 520
- Social Science Office – room 508
D. Wheaton Hall- Main Campus, Middletown
- Business Office – Room 313
- Science Labs – rooms 206, 210, 213 & 221
- Information Technology (IT) – Room 304
E. Meriden Center, Meriden
- 1st Floor, Community Room
F. PMI Lab, 34 Maynard Street, Meriden
- Main Floor supply cabinet.
An Incident Report must be completed by those who experience a medical emergency. Incident Report forms can be found on our Form Depot on our website. Return completed Incident Reports to the Dean of Finance and Administration, Founders Hall, room 106. Incident Reports will remain confidential.
- People in Snow and Wheaton should evacuate behind the sign that is located up on the small hill between Snow Hall and the maintenance garage, the area that is commonly known as the soccer field.
- Those in Chapman and Founders should go behind the sign that is located between the lower parking lot and Founders Hall.