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Every passion has a pathway. MCCC helps you to safely explore your passions and find the future that’s right for you. With our wide range of degree, certification and ongoing education programs, low-cost tuition, campus community, clubs and activities, MCCC is a safe place to explore, network and uncover your pathway to a future with purpose. We'll work directly with you to set your dreams in motion, without all the accompanying debt. Enroll today. 

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Classes that fit your busy life

Online classes. Blended classes that combine online learning with limited on-campus meetings. A number of programs that can be completed totally or partially online.
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Life at MCCC

At MCCC, learning doesn’t end in the classroom. Field trips. Study abroad. Volunteer opportunities. Student clubs and organizations. Innovative learning projects. A modern fitness center. Cultural events and concerts. You’ll find it all here!
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25 or over? You could attend tuition-free!

If you are age 25 or older and don't have a college degree, you could attend Monroe County Community College TUITION-FREE. Through Michigan Reconnect, a program of the State of Michigan, students who are age 25 and up can apply to attend MCCC tuition-free

Events at MCCC

Red Cross Blood Drive

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Warrick Student Center - Dining Room

Blood Drive
Tuesday, March 21, 2023
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Wildfires and the Jet Stream with Meteorologist, Dr. Kevin Cooper

LA-Z-BOY CENTER Z-259

Dr. Cooper will discuss the effects of the shifting of winter jet stream patterns due to climate…

MCCC Business Management & Entrepreneurship Programs Open House

Founders Hall Lobby

Wednesday, March 22 at 6:00 pm

In honor of National Mom & Pop Business Owners Day,…

Updates from MCCC

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One Book, One Community of Monroe County

One Book, One Community of Monroe County is an opportunity to engage and enlighten Monroe County residents, foster a sense of community and create a culture of reading county-wide. This year's featured book is The River. It is the story of Wynn and Jack’s long-awaited canoe trip along the Maskwa River through the northern Canadian wilderness. Join us during the month of March for all kinds of events and activities to celebrate this book! 

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UPDATES ON LABOR CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS

Important updates on contract negotiations with MCCC's faculty union and new support staff union are available at on the MCCC website in the Labor Updates/Contracts section. This section includes links to contracts, updates from the president, total compensation and more.

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MCCC Named Among the Best in Michigan by University HQ

Monroe County Community College was recently named one of the best associate degree colleges in Michigan for 2022 by University HQ, a leading independent education organization that provides students with the necessary resources to prepare and plan their career path in their chosen field.
 

News & Press Releases

MCCC STUDENTS & ALUMNI PERFORM "CLUE: ON STAGE" APRIL 21-23; LMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW

The Monroe Country Community College Division of Humanities and Social Sciences presents "CLUE: ON STAGE" the weekend of April 21 - 23, 2023. Current students and members…

MCCC's HIGHLY RANKED NURSING PROGRAM HOSTS INFO SESSIONS MARCH 30

Monroe County Community College’s Health Sciences Division will hold two information sessions on its nursing education options on Thursday, March 30, 2023, in Room 164 of…

LEARN MORE ABOUT RESPIRATORY THERAPY, MANAGEMENT / ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND NURSING PROGRAMS AT MCCC AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

During the month of March, Monroe County Community College is hosting three different open house/information sessions for some of the college's most popular programs and…