Are you 25 or older and don't have a college degree?

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If so, you could attend MCCC tuition-FREE. Returning to school may be a big, difficult decision. But this is the  right time to do it. Through Michigan Reconnect, a program of the State of Michigan, students who are age 25 and up can apply to attend MCCC tuition-free to earn an associate degree or Pell Grant-eligible skill certificate.

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Register Now for Fall Semester!  

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Fall Semester registration is underway. Classes begin August 25.

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Take a Virtual Campus Tour

Check out this student-led virtual tour of MCCC’s picturesque campus, and learn all about our facilities and the services and instructional areas housed within. Welcome to MCCC!
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Lifelong Learning Schedule

MCCC is offering a wide array of non-credit Lifelong Learning classes this winter/summer. In light of COVID-19, we have increased our online offerings but are still offering plenty of classes on campus – just in small, socially distanced groups to maintain a safe environment for our students and instructors
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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

Past & Present Anti-Asian Microaggressions, Hate & Racism

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Topic: “Past & Present Anti-Asian Microaggressions, Hate & Racism” Presented by Mai…

Juneteenth Panel Discussion

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Topic: Juneteenth Panel Discussion
Panelists: Florence Buchanan, President and Founder…

CREED’s Honest Conversation About Racism: Reflection One Year Later

via Zoom

CREED’s Honest Conversation About Racism: Reflection One Year Later
When: Jun 17, 2021 05:…

Updates from MCCC

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COVID-19 FEDERAL EMERGENCY GRANTS (CARES ACT/HEERF II)

Monroe County Community College has made $650,258 in emergency financial assistance via the 2021 Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act’s Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II available to students who have been financially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Welcome to your new online bookstore!

At MCCC, we take pride in our commitment to our students and their success. The Bookstore’s new partnership with eCampus is another way we are staying true to that vision.  Starting with the Summer 2021 semester, all textbook and laptop purchases have been transitioned to the eCampus Online Bookstore. Start shopping eCampus today!

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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 OFFERING EXCEL AND POWERPOINT TRAINING TO COMMUNITY

Monroe County Community College's Office of Workforce Development will be offering four of the most requested and popular Microsoft Office non-credit courses to local…

PANEL TO DISCUSS VIOLENCE AGAINST ASIAN AMERICANS ON MAY 27

The community is invited to participate in a special panel discussion, "Violence Against Asian Americans: A Perspective," at 11 a.m. This virtual panel discussion will be…

MONROE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE LEADS STATE IN ENROLLMENT INCREASES FOR SUMMER 2021

Monroe County Community College started the Summer 2021 semester on Monday, May 10, with record increases in enrollment following a difficult year for students, faculty…