Register Now for Winter Semester!

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Life has changed. Your plans don't have to. Despite all the uncertainty created by COVID-19, you can still work toward meeting your higher educational and career goals this winter. Registration is open, and the college will continue to offer the majority of its courses in online and blended formats that can include both online and on-campus instruction in small, socially-distanced groups. Classes begin January 8, 2021.

Register for Winter Semester

Save a ton of money on college

Quality education for 1/3 the cost

For Monroe County residents, MCCC’s in-district tuition rate is about one-third that of most four year public colleges and universities.
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Thank you, Monroe County Voters!

With the passage of MCCC's Zero-increase Millage Renewal for Maintenance and Improvement on Nov. 3, MCCC can now launch Phase 2 of updates to facilities and infrastructure. These improvements are vital for MCCC to remain competitive and ensure an excellent environment for student service and learning, safety, accessibility and efficiency. Thank you, Monroe County residents for your continuing support of MCCC, the "community's college."
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PREP FOR A HIGH-DEMAND CAREER

Monroe County Community College prepares students for high-demand careers. MCCC has a bevy of programs that lead to the jobs classified among the “hottest” in Michigan. These include occupational certificate and degree programs that prepare students for immediate employment upon completion, as well as transfer pathways and “3+1” programs.

Events at MCCC

Marketing Strategies for Small Business

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Via Zoom

Marketing Strategies for Small Business is designed for those that are struggling to bounce back…

Marketing Strategies for Small Business

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Via Zoom

Marketing Strategies for Small Business is designed for those that are struggling to…

Updates from MCCC

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CARES Act Emergency Grants

Monroe County Community College has made emergency financial assistance via the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act available to current and prospective students who have been financially affected by the transition to online classes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Fall Lifelong Learning Class Schedule Now Available

In light of COVID-19, we have increased our online Lifelong Learning class offerings this Fall but are still offering plenty on campus – just in small, socially distanced groups. Check what we'll be offering in the areas of Personal Interest, Health and Wellness, Medical Career Training, Sports/Physical Fitness, Business and Industry, Workforce Training and Professional Development.

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COVID-19 Updates

MCCC has set up a complete website for COVID-19 updates.  Check in regularly for information on classes, registration, student resources, news and more.

News & Press Releases

MCCC BOOKSTORE OFFERS NEW HUSKY-BRANDED MERCHANDISE FOR PURCHASE ONLINE

Just in time for the holidays, the Monroe County Community College Bookstore is offering a number of new MCCC Husky-branded products for online purchase via its website…

‘ONE BOOK, ONE COMMUNITY’ 2021 BOOK LAUNCH SET FOR NOV. 23

The One Book, One Community of Monroe County Committee will launch this spring’s community read selection – “The Vanishing Half” – by Brit Bennett on Nov. 23 via video.

ALL CLASSES, EXCEPT THOSE IN HEALTH AREAS, TO BE OFFERED REMOTELY NOV. 18-DEC. 8; COLLEGE TO REMAIN OPEN

MCCC President Dr. Kojo A. Quartey has announced that in response to Department of Health and Human Services Emergency Order on Nov. 15, all Monroe County Community…