Middlesex College takes prizes in two marketing competitions 

From left: Michelle Campbell, vice president for institutional advancement at Middlesex College; and students Damian Gonzalez, Aldrick del Rosario, Alyssa Ignacio and Joselyn Quezada. 

Middlesex College won two awards in an international marketing competition, and one in a regional contest open to marketing professionals at community colleges.

The College won two awards in the annual Hermes Creative Awards Program, administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals.

The College’s Degrees When Due microsite, aimed at adult students who have completed some college but who have not earned a degree, won the Gold award. The Enrollment Guide, an online page that illustrates the steps to apply and enroll at the College, was awarded an honorable mention, according to a statement provided by Middlesex College.

Both were created by Joselyn Quezada of North Brunswick, marketing and new media manager; Aldrick del Rosario of Parsippany, web developer; and Alyssa Ignacio of Edison, social media manager.

In addition, the viewbook, a publication that introduces the college to new students and highlights the college’s academic quality, value, the campus environment, and its excellent faculty and students, won Gold, the highest award, in the District One competition of the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations, according to the statement.

The organization consists of marketing and public relations professionals at community and technical colleges all over the United States and Canada.

The viewbook was designed by Middlesex College’s graphics administrator, Damian Gonzalez of Hillsborough.