Are you 25 or older and don't have a college degree? You could attend MCCC tuition free.

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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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COVID-19 Information/Updates

For updates, please visit MCCC's COVID-19 website.

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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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Scholarship Application period for 2022-23 now open!

MCCC offers many scholarship opportunities to students. There are a variety of scholarships available, so we encourage all students to apply. The general scholarship application period for the 2022-23 Academic Year is now open, December 1, 2021 - March 1, 2022.
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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

“How could this happen?: The escalation of hate during the Holocaust"

via Zoom

December is National Human Right’s Month. Please join MCCC this Thursday for the following Zoom…

Recent Developments in the Management of HIV and Hepatitis C

via Zoom

MCCC is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom presentation, "Recent Developments in the Management of…

MCCC Blood Drive

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MCCC Blood Drive
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Tuesday, January 11, 2022
10 a.m…

Updates from MCCC

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

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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Annual Report to the Community

MCCC’s 2020-21 Annual Report, “Achieving the Vision,” tells the story of how MCCC continued to work toward meeting its vision to be recognized as an institution that consistently provides student-focused service, academic excellence, affordability, innovation, community responsiveness and student success.

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Maintenance and Improvement Reports

Check out the building reports that detail our progress on maintenance and improvement projects and include photos of construction.

News & Press Releases

MCCC INVITES BUSINESSES TO APPLY FOR UP TO $500,000 IN MICHIGAN NEW JOBS TRAINING PROGRAM FUNDS; Deadline is Dec. 14

MONROE, Mich. – Monroe County Community College is inviting businesses that are locating a facility or expanding operations in Michigan to apply for up to $500,0000 in…

MCCC OFFERING POPULAR ELECTRICAL APPRENTICESHIP -- LEVEL 1 TRAINING PROGRAM THIS WINTER

Due to extreme demand, Monroe County Community College and the Southeast Michigan Construction Academy will offer an additional Electrical Apprenticeship – Level 1 class…

Donations to The Foundation at MCCC on Giving Tuesday will be doubled

This #GivingTuesday, November 30, 2021, The Foundation at Monroe County Community College will be participating once again in this global day of giving.