Enriching Lives. That’s Our Mission.

Monroe County Community College enriches lives in our community by providing opportunity through student-focused, affordable, quality higher education and other learning experiences.  With dedicated faculty and staff, small class sizes, low tuition and flexible learning options, MCCC offers a practical, personal education that gives you a lifetime of value.

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.
Students studying in class

Classes that fit your busy life

Two locations. 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.
Life at MCCC

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!

Events at MCCC

Antiques in April

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Welch Health Education Building

CANCELLED

Collectors’ dreams come true as MCCC hosts its 19th-annual Antiques in April…

Scrapbook – “A Decade of Dance at MCCC” A Performance by MCCC’s Inside Out Dance Ensemble

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La-Z-Boy Center, Meyer Theater

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Rendezvous at the Meyer Theater with Inside Out Dance Ensemble and Director…

MCCC’s Prelude Children’s Chorus

La-Z-Boy Center, Meyer Theater

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General Admission: Free

Please note start time is different from other events

Updates from MCCC

Construction Crane Next to Building

5-year Maintenance & Improvement Millage: Project Information and Updates

In November 2016, Monroe County voters approved an additional .85 mill property tax levy for Monroe County Community College for a period of 5 years.

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha's book What the Eyes Don't See

ONE BOOK, ONE COMMUNITY CELEBRATED WITH EVENTS IN MARCH & APRIL

There will be a series of community events planned around the theme  What the Eyes Don’t See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City by Michigan author Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha for the 2020 One Book , One Community program.  The full slate of One Book, One Community of Monroe County events runs from March 9 to April 3, 2020.  All events are free to the community. 

Medical Assistant at Computer Desk

Winter/Spring Lifelong Learning Schedule Now Available

Check out the variety of non-credit, continuing education programs for personal interest and professional development offered this winter and spring by MCCC's Office of Lifelong Learning.  

News & Press Releases

MCCC MAKES $50,000 IN EMERGENCY SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS TO ASSIST STUDENTS WITH COMPLETION OF WINTER 2020 COURSES DURING COVID-19 SITUATION

The Foundation at Monroe County Community College is making $50,000 in scholarship support immediately available for students who now unexpectedly need financial…

MCCC DONATES, LOANS VITAL MEDICAL EQUIPMENT TO LOCAL HOSPITALS

To assist local medical providers in the fight against COVID-19, Monroe County Community College has donated or loaned important preventive supplies and life-saving…

MCCC TO OFFER SUMMER SEMESTER FULLY ONLINE TO SERVE COMMUNITY AMID COVID-19 CONCERNS

To best serve students and the community amid concerns about Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), Monroe County Community College will offer Summer Semester 2020 fully online.…