Welcome, Middlesex students! We’re so happy to have you here. This page is a one-stop-shop to help you make the most of your time here. We suggest that you bookmark it so you can return easily.
The links below will help you navigate this website, download important forms, find out about upcoming events and opportunities, and more.
ACADEMIC ADVISING: Get help picking your classes.
ACADEMIC COACHING: Academic coaching is a unique one-on-one service that helps students examine their academic concerns and perceived barriers to success. Academic coaches provide individual semester-long support, help students assess strengths and needs, and focus on helping individuals reach their academic potential.
BOOKSTORE: Get the books, supplies and snacks you need for classes.
CAREER SERVICES: Get help with career decision-making and job opportunities.
DEGREE WORKS: A self-help advising tool for students to see academic history and degree program requirements and “what if” situations.
DISABILITY SERVICES: Help for students with physical and learning disabilities.
DISTANCE LEARNING: Get help with your online classes.
EYECARE: The students of the Ophthalmic Design and Dispensing program at Middlesex run the Eyeglass and Contact Lens Clinic which is open to students, faculty and the public.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT: 860-343-5711 , Wheaton 304- Contact IT for password resets, printing quotas, questions regarding wireless network, Office 365 questions.
LIBRARY: Borrow books, laptops, graphing calculators and textbooks on reserve. Use public computers or find a space to study. Get research assistance.
LISTENING LOUNGE: Free and confidential counseling services for Middlesex students experiencing emotional and mental health issues throughout the academic year.
MAGIC FOOD BUS: On-campus food pantry serving Middlesex students, faculty and staff.
MENSTRUAL PRODUCTS: Free menstrual products are available in the Magic Bus Food pantry, female restrooms, and the College Information and Communication Center (CICC).
STUDENT RETENTION SERVICES: Support for students struggling in their classes.
TECHNOLOGY CENTER: Student run center offering free computer and technology assistance
TIMELYCARE: Students have access to free 24/7 virtual medical and mental health services through TimelyCare. Seeing a doctor, counselor or health coach has never been easier!
TRANSFER PLANNING: Learn more about your transfer options.
TUTORING: Peer-to-peer assistance outside of the classroom to build a better understanding of the subject matter and develop study skills.
VETERANS OASIS CENTER: The center is an available space open to help veterans and members of the military service with their academic studies, as well as create a friendly environment where they can interact with each other and integrate into school and society.
VETERANS SERVICES: Resources for Middlesex students who have served in the military.
- Behavioral Intervention Team
- Student Activities
- Student Ambassador Program
- Student Senate
- Student Clubs & Organizations
- Student Leadership Opportunities
- The Center for Civic Engagement
- Catalog & Policies
- Community Resources
- Consumer Information & Policies
- Core Competency Course Lists
- Emergency/Crisis Services
- Faculty Office Hours
- Final Exam Information
- General Education Requirements
- Graduation Information
- Sexual Harassment and Assault Information
- Student Handbook
- Student Right to Know Act Info
- Student Technology Resources In the Virtual Campus
- Transfer Ticket Programs
Especially for New Students
Upcoming Student Events
Open Daily – Founders Hall
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Grill turned off at 1:45 p.m.
Daily Vegan/Vegetarian offerings, salads, burgers, hot and cold sandwiches, fresh fruit, muffins, eggs/egg sandwiches, coffee, tea, cold beverages