Applicants currently attending high school should submit their application materials through their Guidance Office. In addition to the college application, high school students should arrange to have an official copy of their final transcript sent directly to the Office of Admissions. Otherwise, we will accept a photocopy of a high school diploma as proof of completion.
High School Partnership Program
Middlesex Community College has signed agreements with many area high schools which allow eligible high school juniors and seniors to enroll in general fund supported credit courses. Students selected for the High School Partnership Program may have their tuition and fees waived, but have to pay for textbooks and other supplies. In order to participate in the college’s High School Partnership Program, students must have at least a “B” average, be in the top 20 percent of their class, and have the written recommendation of their principal or another designated high school administrator. Students must also submit High School Partnership application, an official high school transcript and are required to take the Basic Skills Assessment. For additional information on the High School Partnership Program, contact the Office of Admissions, 860-343-5719.
College Career Pathways
Middlesex Community College has articulation agreements with several secondary institutions. The College Career Pathways Program enables high school students to enroll in articulated high school academic, business, and technology courses at no cost. College Career Pathways students may earn up to twelve college credits for their high school courses of study. For additional information about the College Career Pathways Program call 860-343-5762.
Other High School/Home Schooled Students
Middlesex will accept for early admission to the College outstanding high school-age students that demonstrate sufficient academic ability and maturity. These students must demonstrate sufficient academic ability as evidenced by high school grades and the results of the College’s Basic Skills Assessment (skills assessment is required), and provide a written recommendation by their principal or guidance counselor. A current, official copy of the applicant’s high school transcript must accompany the College application. All high school or homeschooled students must have appropriate placement scores, satisfy course prerequisites and meet with the Director of Admissions prior to registering. Students may register for credit courses (according to placement test results), but are considered non-degree seeking. Upon completion of high school, students may change to degree-seeking status.
Applicants may request a personal interview by contacting the Office of Admissions (860-343-5719) for an appointment. High school students seeking early admission to Middlesex, all home-schooled students, and individuals interested in certain selective degree programs (see list under Admissions) are required to have an admissions interview as part of the enrollment process.