Choosing MxCC this Summer… Smart!
- You’ll find schedules that fit your busy lifestyle, including a boundless selection of online classes
- You’ll get an early start on your college career
- Small classes, great teachers, individual attention… all at a price that’s affordable
- Best of all, you may finish your degree in fewer semesters saving you both time and money
Continuing students click here.
New or transfer students … read on
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply to the College?
- Complete the application for admission
- To apply online, go to http://my.commnet.edu
- Select “Apply for Admission”
- Select “Middlesex”
- Click on “First Time User Account Creation”
- or go to www.mxcc.edu/Admissions for a printable application form
- Pay the $20 application fee
- Submit proof of high school or GED completion
- Show proof of Measles/Mumps/Rubella/Varicella Immunity*. For additional information, including exemptions, contact the Office of Admissions at 860-343-5719.
Measles: Two doses
Mumps: Two doses
Rubella (German Measles): Two doses of rubella vaccine are required, administered after the student’s first birthday.
Varicella (Chicken Pox): Two doses or provide certification from physician that student has had disease.
Prospective international students seeking information on the admissions process should visit: www.mxcc.edu/International. International students seeking additional information may also contact the Office of Admissions at 860-343-5719.
How much does it cost to take a summer course?
Credits Tuition College Service Fee Student Activities Fee Total
3 $456.00 $82.00 $5.00 $543.00
12 $1,824.00 $203.00 $10.00 $2,037.00
See complete tuition and fees for summer at ct.edu/admission/tuition.
What is placement testing and can I submit transcripts from my last school or from high school instead?
After receiving your Banner ID, you should:
1)Go to www.mxcc.edu/bsa and read the Frequently Asked Questions on the “Accuplacer FAQ” page to familiarize yourself with the entire process. 2) Review: Take the sample tests and use the study sites on the “Test Preparation” page so that you are sure to do your best. 3) Schedule: Look at the dates and locations we are testing, pick one that works for you, and make an appointment on the “Schedule an Appointment” page. 4) Score: Come in well rested and prepared to do your best on assessment day!
Who Must Take the BSA
MxCC requires skill assessments in English and mathematics before students enroll in math, reading, or writing courses, courses with any math or English prerequisites, or enroll in an academic program.
Test exemptions are as follows:
Students who have an associate degree or higher or higher level degree may be exempt;
Students who have completed college level mathematics and English may be exempt;
Part-time and non-degree students who have not accumulated 12 credit hours, unless they wish to take an English or math class, or a course that requires a math or English prerequisite.
SAT Scores: Students who have taken the math and verbal portions of the SAT within the past four years may receive a waiver from the Basic Skills Assessment Test.
Math: A score greater than 450 will place a student into MAT*137E; a score greater than 500 will place a student into MAT*137; and a score greater than 550 will place a student into a math course with a prerequisite of MAT*137 such as MAT*146, MAT*168 or MAT*173. However, we strongly encourage students to take the placement test since they may place into a higher-level course.
English: A score of 500 or higher on the Critical Reading of the SAT will place a student into ENG*101.
ACT Scores: Students who have taken the math and verbal portions of the ACT within the past four years may receive a waiver from the Basic Skills Assessment.
Math: A score of 17 – 18 on the ACT Math test will place a student into MAT*137E; a score of 19 – 21 on the ACT Math test will place a student into MAT*137, and a score of 22 or higher on the ACT Math test will place a student into a math course with a prerequisite of MAT*137 such as MAT*146, MAT*168 or MAT*173. However, we strongly encourage students to take the placement test since they may place into a higher-level course.
English: A score of 20 or higher on the ACT Reading portion or a score of 47 or higher on the ACT English and Reading portions will place a student into ENG*101.
If you believe that you are exempt from the placement test, please contact the Admissions Office at 860-343-5719 or the College Learning Center at 860-343-5770.
Placement Testing Dates:
Placement Testing at the College Learning Center for the Summer and Fall semesters will begin on April 7th, 2014. To make an appointment, call 860-343-5719. Test dates and times:
Mon-Fri, Apr 7 – Aug 22: 10 am – 3:30 pm
Meriden Center Placement Testing at the Meriden Learning Lab for the Summer and Fall semesters will begin on March 18, 2014. To make an appointment, call 203-608-3072. Test dates and times:
Fri., April 25: 9:30-11:30, Room 407
Mon., May 5: 6:00-8:00, Room 404
Tues., May 20: 9:30-11:30, Room 407
Mon., June 2: 9:30-11:30, Room Mac
Thur., June 5: 1:00-3:00, Room Mac
When and where do I register for classes?
From April 22-May 19, 2014
From May 20-August 1, 2014
The Meriden Center will be open until 6 PM on the following additional evenings:
May 19, June 9, June 23