I visited the transfer services center, and the advisor instructed me as to which classes would be accepted, so I was able to complete my junior and senior years in the traditional two- year time span. MCC changed the way I studied, wrote and processed information.
Also no toothbrushes or paste were provided in a room.
When I asked receptionists about tennis lessons, they didn't want to help and told me I should find instructor myself.
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Designed and built by architect Nicholas Wyckoff, former home (1830–1963) of oldest independent school in New Jersey, established 1766.
Building in New Brunswick now known as Alexander Johnston Hall on Rutgers University campus.
So many MCC graduates have gone on to four-year universities, and I’m one of them.
I graduated in May 2016 from Montclair State University, and the academic foundation received at MCC prepared me so well!
Raritan Bay Medical Center (formerly the Charles E.