The Monroe County Community College campus, located on South Raisinville Road, opened for students in October 1967. The campus buildings are related to one another by an attractively landscaped center mall. Each building is both functionally and esthetically designed.
The Campbell Learning Resources Center is the focal point of the campus. This two-story building contains classrooms, faculty offices, and the necessary space to house library facilities for a collection of over 46,000 volumes, and over 300 current subscriptions as well as electronic access to thousands of magazines and journals.
The Student Services/Administration Building, across the mall from the Campbell Learning Resources Center, provides dining facilities, a recreation area, and a bookstore for the student body. In addition, this facility houses four community use conference rooms, a student lounge, an art room, the Cuisine 1300 restaurant, and a beautiful courtyard. The Student Government conducts its activities from this center. The counseling, admissions, administrative, and general offices are also located in this building.
The technology buildings are two separate units connected by a covered walk. The East Technology Building contains an art studio, drafting, and business education rooms. The West Technology Building houses the Regional Computer Technology Center, classrooms, offices, and laboratories related to the industrial technology curricula. A lab annex for Automotive Engineering Technology and Construction Management Technology was added in support of these two programs in 2002.
The Life Science Building, located across the mall from the technology buildings, contains offices, student newspaper, laboratories, and classrooms related to the physical and natural sciences. The building also contains two auditoriumtype lecture halls and a climate-controlled greenhouse.
The Gerald Welch Health Education Building, located on the north end of Campus, houses the Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, and Physical Education Program classrooms and laboratories, a day-care center, a multi-purpose room, a danceaerobics room, and a fitness center.
The La-Z-Boy Center, Meyer Theater is a focal point for major community events and conferences and affirms the College’s role as a well-defined community resource where people can experience high-quality educational and cultural enrichment. In addition, through partnerships with civic, educational and governmental entities, the facility creates a place for civic discourse and interaction. The La-Z-Boy Center, Meyer Theater is an educational and cultural destination for all of Monroe County and beyond.