• pathways logo


    Registration Information

    Cost per Middlesex County College Course = $125.00 

    Middlesex County College Dual Enrollment Registration

     Registration BEGINS September 21, 2020 and ENDS October 5, 2020.

     

    To register for courses, please use the self-service guide linked here for instructions and screen shots as you register.  Use the link below to begin your registration.  Please refer to the self-service guide instructions to ensure registration is completed properly.

     

    https://selfserv.middlesexcc.edu/Student/Account/Login?ReturnUrl=%2fStudent 

     

    Please note:

    • If you see your course listed but do not see your teacher, please add the course and we will assign you to the correct section at a later date.
    • Due to FERPA laws, students must contact MCC for assistance with registration.

    Unsure which courses you can take for MCC credit?  Please check your high school schedule for a DCC designation, or check with your guidance counselor to verify eligible courses.  To verify which MCC course to select, please check with your guidance counselor.

     

    REGISTRATION ENDS OCTOBER 5, 2020

    NEW Dual Enrollment STUDENTS - If you did not submit an application and claim your NetID, you cannot register for courses online at this time.  Please see the application instructions below to complete an application.  If you did submit an applicaiton but have not received information about claiming your NetID, please contact us at k12partnerships@middlesexcc.edu.

     

    Questions?  Email us at k12partnerships@middlesexcc.edu or call/text us at our Google voice #: 732.902.0211.  We will return your call/text within 24-48 hours.

     

    MCC DUAL ENROLLMENT APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

     

    ATTENTION - STUDENTS THAT HAVE NEVER TAKEN A DUAL ENROLLMENT COURSE

    MCC's Online Application will open Monday, September 14, 2020 for students that have never taken a dual enrollment course.  The APPLICATION process will close on Friday, September 25, 2020

    If you are new to dual enrollment with Middlesex County College and have NEVER filled out a paper or online application, please see below for instructions on how to complete the application process.

    How do I begin the registration process for a dual enrollment course(s)?

    STEP 1: First-time applicants (EBHS students who have NEVER taken a course associated with MCC) must Create an Account at https://middlesexcc.elluciancrmrecruit.com/Apply/Account/Create under Student Information.

    Step 2: After creating an account, EBHS student will sign into https://middlesexcc.elluciancrmrecruit.com/Apply/Account/Login

    STEP 3: An email will be sent to the student’s ebnet.org email account (within 3 business days) to access their NetID (MCC identification number for registering for eligible courses).

    REGISTRATION for students that already have MCC credentials opens MONDAY, September 21, 2020 and closes MONDAY, October 5, 2020.

    Reminder…

    A student taking an MCC eligible course(s) at EBHS worth 5 credits or Full-Year and is equivalent to one semester at MCC, MUST register for the course during the FALL registration period (typically September).

    English 12 might be an exception, where registration is during the Spring registration period (typically February).

    A student taking an MCC eligible course(s) at EBHS worth 5 credits or Full-Year and is equivalent to two semester classes at MCC, MUST register for the course(s) during BOTH the Fall and Spring registration periods.

    Please NOT for Chemistry Honors and Physics Honors, students MUST register for BOTH the equivalent courses at MCC and MCC Lab during each semester (worth 4 credits per semester).

    A student taking an MCC eligible course(s) at EBHS worth 2.5 credits or a semester MUST register for the equivalent course(s) at MCC, during the semester they are taking the course at EBHS. Therefore, a Semester 1 (S1) course(s) at EBHS MUST register during Fall registration period and a Semester 2 (S2) course(s) at EBHS MUST register during the Spring registration period.

    How do I register for the high school scholars course(s)?

    STEP 1: The student MUST seek approval of the application to MCC by the EBHS School Counselor forwarding an email to the MCC K – 12 Partnerships at: K12Partnerships@middlesexcc.edu    

    STEP 2: Once approval has been granted the student will need to complete the following document and obtain parent, student, and school counselor signatures prior to submitting application. https://www.middlesexcc.edu/wp-content/uploads/pdfs/HSS-Application.pdf

    STEP 3: Email application to K12Partnerships@middlesexcc.edu 


    Please be sure to check your MCC login and password if you have taken MCC classes previously and if you plan to take MCC courses in the Fall 2020.


    If you have questions please check your EB email first to see if MCC has contacted you with any information. You may also contact your School Counselor at EBHS. Lastly, the MCC Office of K-12 Partnerships can be reached at 732.906.2554 between 8:00AM and 3:30PM on weekdays or K12Partnerships@middlesexcc.edu.


    Middlesex County College Dual Enrollment/Dual Degree Program

    What is dual enrollment?
    Dual enrollment offers high school students the opportunity to earn both high school and college credit.  Students may elect to work toward an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts-General or Biology Science Transfer.

    How much does it cost?
    $125 per course

    Which course(s) can I take?
    Many courses are offered, but it is best to see your guidance counselor to discuss course options or check the list of available courses - please scroll to the bottom of this screen.

    Will the courses transfer?
    Courses are very transfer friendly, but we urge you to visit www.njtransfer.org or contact the receiving institution to inquire about transferability. *If you earn an Associate’s Degree from MCC, public NJ colleges and universities must accept your entire degree in accordance with the Lampitt Law.  

     


    Who is Eligible to Sign Up for Dual-Enrollment?

    Full-Year EBHS to Two Semester MCC Courses (two-course sequences)

      

    EBHS/MCC Dual-Enrollment Courses

    MCC Course Code

    MCC Course(s) (Fall & Spring)

    HS Course Code

    HS Course

    HS Teacher

    # MCC Credits

    ACC 101

    Financial Accounting

    1411

    Accounting 101 H

    Pfleger

    4

    BIO 111/112

    Anatomy & Physiology 1 & 2

    1143

    Anatomy & Physiology H

    Smith

    4/4

    BIO 123/124

    General Biology 1 & 2

    1112

    AP Biology

    Sanelli

    4/3

    CHM 121/125 & CHM 122/126

    General Chemistry 1 & Lab

    1121

    Chemistry H

    Posluzny, Anderson, Cabreriza

    4/4

    CSC 105

    Computer Applications & Systems

    1455

    AP Computer Science Principles

    Cohen

    3

    CSC 161/162

    Intro to Computer Science Java & Object Oriented Programming Java

    1454

    AP Computer Science

    Cohen

    4/4

    ENG 121

    English Composition 1

    1012

    English 12

    Kenny-Stein, McKibbin, McKibbin, Murphy, Pellicane, Soder, Brady, Powers

    3

    ENG 121/122

    English Composition 1 & 2

    1009

    College Writing

    Brady, Kenny-Stein, Pellicane, Powers, Soder

    3/3

    FRE 121/122

    Elementary French 1 & 2

    1206

    French V H

    Fitzpatrick-Laurie, Williams

    3/3

    FRE 221/222

    Intermediate French 1 & 2

    1207

    French VI

    Mondesir

    3/3

    FRE 221/222

    Intermediate French 1 & 2

    1209

    AP French

    Mondesir, Williams

    3/3

    GER 121/122

    Elementary German 1 & 2

    1214

    German V H

    Wehner-Franco

    3/3

    GER 221/222

    Intermediate German 1 & 2

    1223

    German VI H

    Wehner-Franco

    3/3

    GER 221/222

    Intermediate German 1 & 2

    1215

    AP German

    Wehner-Franco

    3/3

    HIS 260

    Dimensions of Prejudice, Genocide

    1064

    Genocide in the Modern World

    Gangi, Hannah

    3

    ITA 121/122

    Elementary Italian 1 & 2

    1220

    Italian V H

    Spagnuolo

    3/3

    ITA 121/122

    Elementary Italian 1 & 2

    1221

    Italian V H

    Spagnuolo

    3/3

    ITA 221/222

    Intermediate Italian 1 & 2

    1222

    AP Italian

    Spagnuolo

    3, 3

    MAT 123

    Statistics 1

    1180

    Statistics H

    Hughes, Jarosiewicz, Klayman, Yang

    3

    MAT 131

    Analytic Geometry & Calculus 1

    1168

    Calculus H

    Canonaco

    4

    MAT 132

    Analytic Geometry & Calculus 2

    1183

    Calculus II H

    Smith

    4

    MAT 233

    Analytic Geometry & Calculus 3

    1182

    Calculus III H

    Berkovich

    4

    MUS 201/202

    Music Notation & Composition 1 & 2

    1503

    AP Music Theory

    Toth

    3

    PHY 123/125 & PHY 124/126

    Physics 1 & Lab & Physics 2 and Lab

    1134

    Physics H

    Eastep, O'Kane

    4/4

    POS 220

    US National Government

    1054

    Institute for Political & Legal Ed.

    Pawlowski

    3

    PSY 123

    Introductory Psychology

    1061

    Psychology II H

    Wildermuth

    3

    SPA 121/122

    Elementary Spanish 1

    1238

    Spanish V H

    Useche, Verano

    3/3

    SPA 221/222

    Intermediate Spanish 1 & 2

    1240

    Spanish VI H

    Perez

    3/3

    SPA 221/222

    Intermediate Spanish 1 & 2

    1242

    AP Spanish Language

    Useche

    3/3

    SPE 121

    Fundamentals of Public Speaking

     1025 Public Speaking H

    Hagan, Sislian

    3

     

    English 12 

    …If you are currently enrolled in THIS EBHS Course (and are eligible)

    …Then you can sign up for THIS MCC Course during the SPRING semester (January)

    1009 - English 12

    ENG-121 - English Composition I