Welcome to Monroe County Community College! You are in the right place. This is where it all begins – let us help you take the right steps to get ready to begin attending classes at MCCC.
At MCCC, you’ll find faculty and staff who are committed to providing you with the personal attention that makes a real difference. We are focused on creating positive outcomes for our students through affordable, quality higher education that maximizes your strengths and encourages you to reach your potential.
So, whether you're coming to MCCC for dual enrollment classes, graduating from high school and stepping out into what's next, transferring from another college or looking at changing your career trajectory as an adult student, you've found the right place. MCCC is the perfect fit for your needs, and we are ready to help you make your dreams a reality.
Let us know if you need anything along the way, or if you have questions! We can't wait to meet you.
ASSISTANCE TO PERSONS WITH LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY AND/OR HEARING IMPAIRMENTS
- When a student has either self-identified or has been identified as needing assistance with the English language by a counselor, faculty and/or staff member the college has professional referral resources available through the Monroe County Learning Bank Network (MCLBN). In addition, we have support services available within the Learning Assistance Lab; this service is made available through the Perkins Grant (Perkins Occupational Populations Support Services). We currently make 2-3 referrals per year. An LEP may also be verified/identified by the Accuplacer and/or TOEFL placement tests.
- When students with LEP or other ADA related challenges are identified by counselors, faculty and/or staff during the initial inquiry/recruiting event/counseling appointment/advising session, etc., they are referred to the Learning Assistance Lab, MCLBN, Michigan Rehabilitation or other available resources for assistance. The counselors, instructors and/or tutors also use assistive technology or sign language translators to communicate with those with impaired hearing. The college maintains a line in the annual budget to cover any supplies, materials and/or other resources needed to accommodate students with any ADA related challenge.