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  • Published on September 23, 2015

    Middlesex Community College is partnering with Russell Library and Wesleyan University to host The Seventh Annual Common Ground Middletown International Film Festival to screen acclaimed international films. The festival provides an opportunity to learn more about our world’s diverse cultures—their joys and their struggles—as we gather on ‘common ground’ to celebrate the shared human spirit. All screenings […]

  • Published on September 21, 2015

    Qualifying 12th grade students at Meriden’s Maloney and Platt High Schools now have an extra level of support to help them make the crucial leap to college, thanks to a new grant received by the Middlesex Community College Foundation.  The $90,000 grant, which was awarded by the Lloyd G. Balfour Foundation, allows select students to […]

  • Published on September 16, 2015

    Today Middlesex Community College officially dedicated its Veterans Memorial Garden, built in part with a $5,000 Home Depot Community Impact Grant. Middletown Mayor Dan Drew, Connecticut Veterans Affairs Commissioner Sean Connolly, and members from many veteran services organizations joined the MxCC community for the ceremony. The garden, which was created and constructed by students in […]

  • Published on September 11, 2015

    Building on the successful launch of its new college readiness program, Middlesex Community College will again offer local adults and high school students the chance to build academic skills while earning college credit. The free “Transitional Strategies” program will teach students how to transition successfully to college and improve math and English skills. Completion of […]

  • Published on September 8, 2015

    The Middlesex Community College Foundation hosts the Red Moon Fest on September 12, marking the fourth year the Foundation has celebrated all things “grown, made and created in Connecticut.” This fundraising celebration, which will take place on the College’s Middletown campus, benefits MxCC students and programs. The event starts at 6 p.m. in the College’s […]