Life has changed. Your plans don’t have to. Register now for fall.

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Despite all the uncertainty created by COVID-19, new and prospective students can still work toward meeting their higher educational and career goals this fall. Registration for the Fall Semester is open, and the college has moved about 95 percent of its courses to online and hybrid formats that can include both online and on-campus instruction in small, socially-distanced groups. 

Most of the blended classes with on-campus meetings will be in career technical areas and other areas with labs. Other types of blended classes will include off-campus, virtual classrooms requiring students to meet virtually during all or some scheduled class times.

Fall Semester begins August 26.

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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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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

Feedback and Communication – How to Give Feedback to Remote Employees

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Letting remote employees know expectations and goals - yours, their own and the organization’s…

Managing Conflict on Virtual Teams

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Managing conflicts efficiently is a skill everyone must have, and it is becoming important to…

Effective Team Meetings – How to Hold Meetings with Remote Employees

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Online meetings may be a normal part of a team’s workflow, but making them highly efficient when…

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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REGISTRATION UNDERWAY FOR FALL SEMESTER

Registration is underway for Fall Semester. Classes begin August 26.  

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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 TO NEW, CURRENT STUDENTS: ‘LIFE HAS CHANGED, YOUR PLANS DON’T HAVE TO’

Fall Registration is Open; College Offering Online, 'Hybrid' Courses

Monroe County Community College leaders have a reassuring message for prospective and current…

MCCC STUDENTS WIN JOURNALISTIC RECOGNITION AT STATE LEVEL

 Once again, Monroe County Community College’s student newspaper, Agora, has been recognized as one of the state’s best collegiate publications.Agora, under the guidance…

LORI JO COUCH AND IAN DIXON NAMED OUTSTANDING FACULTY OF THE YEAR

Each year Monroe County Community College students, faculty and staff have the opportunity to nominate faculty members for the annual MCCC Outstanding Faculty Member award…