The Community's Partner in Lifelong Learning
Monroe County Community College's Office of Lifelong Learning is committed to providing lifelong learning opportunities to our community. This commitment drives us to provide innovative instruction, training and learning services that are designed for the pursuit of your passions, as well as personal enrichment. Explore courses that can develop skills to take your career to the next level, help train for a new career, or inspire you to learn something new for your own personal interest.
Check out classes we'll be offering from January to August 2023 in the areas of Personal Interest, Health and Wellness, Medical Career Training, Sports/Physical Fitness, Business and Industry, Workforce Training and Professional Development.
Lifelong Learning Schedule:
January - August 2023
Complete Lifelong Learning Schedule January - August 2023
Certificate Programs | Career Exploration | Medical | Trades | Real Estate | Personal Fitness | Paralegal
Sports | Physical Fitness | Drones | Motorcycle
Business & Industry | Workforce Training | Professional Development
General Information and Refund Policy
Online Registration Information
Free Winter 2023 Math Boot Camp
Classes meet for 5 weeks | March 6 - April 6, 2023
MATH 713-81: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 - 7:00 p.m., Room L-143, March 6 - April 6, 2023
Free, but you must register call 734.384.4127.
MCCC is offering this non-credit Math Boot Camp for students and community members who need to review and improve their math skills. Basic arithmetic, such as working with whole numbers and integers, fractions, decimals and percentages, will be covered. Learning will further be enhanced through meaningful, real-world applications and problem solving. These applications will be fun and relatable to real life. We can help lessen your anxiety about math and build confidence in your abilities. The last week of camp will be devoted to review and preparation for the Accuplacer test.
For full information on MCCC’s COVID-19 response and protocols, go to www.monroeccc.edu/coronavirus.
Call: (734) 384-4127 and pay with credit card
Mail: Mail the registration form in the schedule to MCCC - Office of Lifelong Learning, 1555 S. Raisinville Rd, Monroe, MI 48161
In Person: at either the Main Campus in Monroe or Whitman Center in Temperance
Online via WebPAL: NOTE If you have never taken a class at MCCC (credit or non-credit) you cannot register online. You must call the Office of Lifelong Learning at (734) 384.4127 to register with a credit card or mail your registration form and payment to our office. The next time you want to register for a class, you can set up your account on and register online
Monroe County residents age 60 or over qualify for a discount of non-credit course tuition charges. The amount seniors are required to pay, which includes all applicable fees, is indicated next to each class throughout the Lifelong Learning schedule.
Select Lifelong Learning courses qualify for a payment plan.