Middlesex Community College offers courses in the following locations:
Take classes at our beautiful tree-lined campus, centrally located with easy access from Route 9. Middletown’s hidden gem!
Join us for a campus tour
Visit mxcc.edu/future-students/campus-tours to find out when our next campus tours are scheduled.
Get directions to the Middletown campus here.
Orville H. Platt High School, 220 Coe Avenue, Meriden, CT 06451
Afternoon and evening classes are held at the newly renovated Orville H. Platt High School, 220 Coe Avenue, in Meriden. MxCC@Platt offers over 50 courses ranging from core courses in English and math to art, communication, computer science, digital arts, early childhood education, history, human services, music, science, and sociology. MxCC@Platt uses state-of-the-art classrooms including computer and science labs, as well as the media center for MxCC online learning materials.
Get directions to MxCC@Platt here.
Middlesex Community College offers a variety of online distance learning classes, credit or non-credit, as well as fully online career training programs. With a wide variety of full-credit online courses, students can complete an associate degree in general studies.
In partnership with Education To Go (ed2go), MxCC also offers more than 100 career training programs and 500-plus non-credit online courses. Career training online programs usually last three to nine months starting immediately after you sign up. Non-credit online courses start on the third Wednesday of a month and last for six weeks. You may take an online class 24/7—anywhere, anytime—without coming to one of the campuses.
Learn more: mxcc.edu/distance.
MxCC also partners with H.C. Wilcox Technical High School (Meriden) and Vinal Technical High School (Middletown) to offer Manufacturing courses; Middlesex Health (Middletown) for hands-on teaching in our Radiologic Technology program; and Pieper Olson Veterinary Memorial Hospital (Middletown) and Yale University (New Haven) for our Veterinary Technology and Veterinary Assistant programs. We work symbiotically with Wesleyan University (Middletown) to benefit both MxCC and Wesleyan students. Finally, program internships are offered in collaboration with police departments, businesses, and healthcare facilities throughout Connecticut. Learn more about our community partnerships at mxcc.edu/community-partnerships.