Mercer County Community College
1200 Old Trenton Road Trenton NJ 08550
Established in 1966, Mercer County Community College (MCCC) is a publicly supported comprehensive educational institution that provides opportunities for higher education through an open-door admission policy. The scenic 292-acre West Windsor Campus was opened in 1972 to serve the needs of Mercer County residents. The newly-expanded James Kerney Campus, located in downtown Trenton, serves as an educational and cultural hub for city residents. MCCC degrees and courses transfer to numerous senior colleges through transfer agreements. Students can also enroll in a dual admissions program, which guarantees transfer into the junior year at six New Jersey colleges — Rutgers, Rider, The College of New Jersey, Montclair, NJIT and Thomas Edison.
Princeton Adult School
P.O. Box 701 Princeton NJ 08542
Over 200 courses given by over 100 wonderful teachers will be available at PRINCETON ADULT SCHOOL this fall. Look for your brochure in the mail or online www.princetonadultschool.org at the end of August. Don't just juggle your life; take juggling at Princeton Adult School. Speak your mind on our election cycle and results with two courses on election 2016. Take one of 11 languages. Belly Dance for exercise and a belly laugh with friends. Cook with a buddy or make new friends at our Friday night cooking courses. Chess, canasta, bridge, mah Jong-play games! Stretch and strengthen to a healthier you. Improve your English as a second language with us. Send questions to our website or call us at 609-683-1101. CLASSES BEGIN THE FIRST WEEK OF OCTOBER.
59 Paul Robeson Place Princeton NJ 08540
The YWCA Princeton received its charter in 1922; since then, we have been bringing our mission of Eliminating Racism and Empowering Women to life. We strive to meet the changing needs of our diverse community through: an After School Program for more than 500 local children at five school sites; our English as a Second Language department, that teaches English and life skills to immigrants from various socio-economic backgrounds;
The Breast Cancer Resource Center, that provides information and support services to more than 5,000 women annually; our Child Care Center at Valley Road School, that provides English-language and social skill development, specifically to low-income and Latino children. We also offer many adapted classes for those with mental and physical challenges, adult education classes, an aquatics program, arts & crafts, fitness and martial arts for women, and a dance program for children and adults. Financial assistance is available.