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Middlesex County College begins presidential search

Rebecca Nowalski

Middlesex County College (MCC) has begun a search for the seventh president of the college.

The Board of Trustees intends to make an appointment on the president in April to assume the position on July 1.

MCC’s Board of Trustees has commissioned the Pauly Group, an academic search consulting company that specializes in community and technical colleges, to organize and facilitate the search process. A Campus Search Committee – consisting of internal and external stakeholders – will interview the candidates and make finalist recommendations to the college’s Board of Trustees.

MCC is a public community college in Edison with centers in Perth Amboy and New Brunswick. Approximately 12,000 credit students study at the college, which offers 90 Associate Degrees and Certificates. The college also offers summer camp and child care, a full range of student activities and sports, and numerous student services. Middlesex is ranked as one of the most veteran-friendly colleges in the nation, and offers numerous noncredit classes and corporate training.

For more information on the process, visit middlesexcc.edu.

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