Since opening the doors of its new, DMR-designed one-stop Enrollment Services Center in October 2016, Middlesex County College staff have handled nearly 30,000 student transactions.
The design of West Hall was an uncommon design project, as the building was designed in support of a complete change to the College's business model, simultaneous to the implementation of this change. The 32,000 square foot facility now provides the College's population of more than 13,000 with a central location for services such as academic advising, financial aid and registrar.
"The new building is beautiful and we're enjoying full administrative support in our efforts to better serve students through the one-stop model," Brian Clemmons, Dean of Enrollment Management, said. "Thanks to the new building, we're able to help more students in less time, while streamlining the flow of work for our employees as well."
The building is currently under review for LEED Gold Certification from the United States Green Building Council.
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In Five Months Since Opening, West Hall Handles Nearly 30,000 Student Transaction