Mercer County Community College

WilmU at Mercer County Community College

West Windsor Campus
1200 Old Trenton Rd.
West Windsor, NJ 08550
James Kerney Campus
102 N. Broad St.
Trenton, NJ 08608

Wilmington University's partnership with Mercer County Community College brings affordable, accessible bachelor and master degree programs to Mercer County residents. Courses for select Wilmington University programs are offered on site at the West Windsor and Trenton locations — and 100% online.


Advance your degree right in Mercer County.

Mercer County Community College and Wilmington University work together to bring innovative degree programs to New Jersey residents. You can earn your bachelor's or master's degree right at Mercer County Community College.

Degree Programs at Wilmington University at Mercer County Community College

West Windsor

James Kerney (Trenton)

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On-Site Services

You have access to a full slate of student services at our Mercer sites. Meet with an advisor to talk about your academic and career goals, have your transcripts evaluated, and register for classes right on site.

Hours of operation

Contact Janice McGreevy for office hours. (609) 245-2383 or

Don't Have an Associate Degree?

Mercer County Community College offers a variety of associate degree programs that can be transferred directly into a Wilmington University bachelor's degree program. Learn more.

Course Schedule

See which courses will be offered at Wilmington University, Mercer County Community College for the current or upcoming semesters.

Why WilmU?

 Transfer up to 90 Credits

Whether you've taken a few classes or you already hold an associate degree, Wilmington University makes the transfer process seamless, and works with you to maximize your transfer credits.

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  Personalized Education

Discover the many ways WilmU fits your life, with flexible schedules, convenient locations, and online options.

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  Affordable Tuition

You shouldn't have to break the bank to earn your degree and work toward a bright future.

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