Spotting Student Hotspots on Campus
Hotspots are certain places at the College that make it possible for students to have a fulfilling experience. The Middlesex County College Edison campus has many well-known hotspots around campus that are useful for students, including a universal building for student activities. The College Center, and buildings that are intensively focused on students’ careers and futures.
The College Center is the home of many student organizations including Blue Colt Radio, Quo Vadis newspaper, and the Student Government Association. The Student Activities Office is located on the main floor of the College Center. Middlesex County College photo identifications are made in the Student Activities Office. Also, if a student wishes to advertise an organization or club that they are a part of, they may do so by having their flyers approved at the Student Activities Office.
West Hall is the place on campus for all Student Registration activities. Academic Advising takes places at West Hall along with Admissions, Enrollment Services, Career and Transfer Services, Financial Aid, Student Account Services, and Veterans Services. South Hall is a new building for the science department at Middlesex County College. This building has 14 laboratories as well as the Natural Sciences Department.
There are many other smaller hotspots that students can explore for independent use. For example, there are certain areas around campus where students can go to lounge. Similar to the library, these places are a great place to study. Lounges can also be used for relaxation and socialization between classes. These lounge areas are located in the College Center and Crabiel Hall. Finally, there are several types of counseling services available to Middlesex County College students.
In addition to Academic Advising and Academic Counseling, Career and Personal Counseling available for students. Career Counseling holds many purposes such as helping students find a career path by taking Career and Personality assessments and giving students the opportunity to learn about careers and specific jobs. Personal Counseling at Middlesex County College can also be scheduled at Edison Hall in Room 100. It is a confidential counseling made to assist students with personal issues. Academic counseling can help students transition into college, use school resources and learn to use their time efficiently.
There are many places on campus that students should know about. Whether to explore a new place to study or wanting to get serious about one’s career path, Middlesex County College has many helpful hotspots on campus.
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