The Monroe County Community College Student Handbook is divided into four primary sections to help you quickly find the information you need to make your journey at MCCC the best it can be!
We encourage you to explore the MCCC Student Handbook to familiarize yourself with these resources and information, and return to it as needed for detailed instructions or information as needed during your time as a Husky.
Welcome and General Information
We are happy you are here! Be sure to read through Dr. Quartey's Welcome Letter and use this section of the MCCC Student Handbook to become familiar with our facilities, the many departments and staff that are here to serve you, and how to reach them.
What matters most at Monroe County Community College? YOU!
At Monroe County Community College, there is nothing more important than student success. Students are at the core of the MCCC Mission. Our mission states that “Monroe County Community College enriches lives in our community by providing opportunity through student-focused, affordable, quality higher education and other learning experiences.” We are committed to putting students first in everything that we do.
Our first value is “student focus” and we will be driven by that in all our efforts. It is all about you, the student. We want you to know that we truly value and care about you, and we want you to succeed. As a result, we want to help you achieve your goals, hopes, dreams and aspirations.
All of us at MCCC look forward to helping you nurture your dreams and aspirations. We want to motivate you to achieve your dreams, find your voice, and believe in yourself. Life is what you make it, and your choices will determine the direction of your life. We at MCCC will help you shape that.
Thank you for choosing Monroe County Community College; you are well on your way to success.
Kojo A. Quartey, Ph.D.
President Monroe County Community College
Dr. Quartey references MCCC's Mission in his welcome letter. Our Vison and Values support and demonstrate how we live out that Mission everyday and keep us focused on you and your success.
In addition to the information provided below, the searchable DIRECTORY and the SEARCH tool found at the top of most pages on the college's website are great tools for connecting you to departments and offices. Contact Boxes with location, hours and contact information appear at the bottom of every departmental or office page on the website.
The departments listed below generally have the following hours during the Fall and Winter semesters. (Summer hours vary. Please check the Contact Box for the appropriate department for the most current information.)
Monday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tuesday – Thursday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
- Admissions & Guidance Services 734.384.4104
- Cashier 734.384.4231
- Financial Aid 734.384.4135
Campus Store (Audrey M. Warrick Administration Building) 734.384.4140 Monday – Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Library assistance is available in-person in the Founders Hall atrium (while Campbell is being renovated), via MCCC Library Chat, phone (734)-384-4204, and Ask a Librarian email. See MCCC Library Hours and Location for up-to-date details.
Student Success Center (Founders Hall) 734.384.4167
Testing Center (Founders Hall) 734.384.4144 Monday – Thursday 8 a.m.. - 6 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. - Noon
The Campbell Learning Resources Center, named for MCCC’s first president, Dr. Ronald Campbell, is the focal point of the campus. This two-story building contains classrooms, faculty offices and the necessary space to house library facilities for a collection of more than 50,000 volumes and 143 periodical subscriptions, as well as electronic access to 60 databases. (Note: The Campbell Learning Resources Center is currently under renovation. Most of the services and resources of the building are now temporarily relocated in Founders Hall.)
The Audrey M. Warrick Student Services/ Administration Building provides dining facilities, a student lounge and recreation area, and a bookstore. In addition, this facility houses four community-use conference rooms, an art room and a beautiful courtyard. Student Government conducts its activities from this facility. The Admissions and Guidance Office and other administrative and general offices are also located in this building.
The Career Technology Center houses programs related to applied sciences and engineering technology curricula. It provides infrastructure to support state-of-the-art classrooms and lab space required to deliver instruction and skills necessary to secure high-growth, high-demand and high-paying jobs. A combination of sustainable systems has been integrated into the design of the facility that is incorporated into the curriculum. The building serves as a learning laboratory for students in applied science and engineering technology fields.
The Career Technology Center was built to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver Standards and features state-of-the-art lab space, a geothermal system, Applied Science and Engineering Technology Division and faculty offices, a computer classroom and labs for all of the following areas: Automation, Automotive, Construction, Electronics, Manufacturing, Materials, Mechanical Design, Metrology, Renewable Energy, Nuclear Energy and Welding.
Founders Hall, which opened in 2020, is the result of a renovation of the former East and West Technology buildings. The renovated facility has 7,600 more square feet of space for state-of-the-art learning environments and enhanced student services.
It features a large academic commons area that runs through the main corridor between the two main entrances. Within that academic commons area are multiple small group study and collaborative seating areas. Lining the main corridor are three private study rooms, a large open computer space, an open work area complete with two office areas and a conference room, and an open tutoring space. The east wing houses the college’s Graphic Design, Art and Computer Information Systems programs, as well as five computer classrooms, an art studio, two art classrooms, two workrooms, multiple faculty offices, an active learning classroom, a small seminar classroom, one regular classroom that can be modified into an active learning classroom and a vending area.
The Gerald Welch Health Education Building is named for MCCC’s second president and located on the north end of campus. It houses the Practical Nursing, Registered Nursing, Certified Nurse Aide, PN to RN Option and Certified Nurse Aide programs and laboratories. It also is home to MCCC’s physical education courses.
The office suite for the Health Sciences Division office is located off the entrance to the facility. The Gerald Welch Health Education Building also features a large multi-purpose room/gymnasium, dance-aerobics room and a fitness center.
The La-Z-Boy Center provides exciting opportunities for students and the community and is flexible enough to respond to three equally important needs – cultural arts programming, customized training for business and industry, and unparalleled space for community activities and conferences.
By virtue of its technical attributes and scaled size, the 575-seat Meyer Theater within the La-Z-Boy Center permits for a broad range of performances – from comedic to musical to theatrical and more – that require high-end lighting, sound production, set design and staging.
The Life Sciences Building, located across the mall from the technology buildings, contains offices, the student newspaper, and laboratories and classrooms related to the physical and natural sciences. It is also home to the college’s Early Childhood Education and Teacher Paraprofessional programs. The building also contains two small, auditorium-type lecture halls and a climate-controlled greenhouse. A 2,500-square foot student collaborative space for individual and group study is also available in the Life Sciences Building.
MCCC uses a text, phone, email emergency alert system in the rare instance of a need to close the college. It is highly recommended students register for this important Emergency Alert service.
In accordance with federal regulations set forth by the Higher Education Act of 1965, certain student consumer information must be made available to all students at Monroe County Community College on the Student Consumer Information page of the college's website.
Information contained on this page ranges from general information about the college for information about health and safety, policies and procedures, student financial assistance and student outcomes. Also included on this page is the Annual Security Report.
Resources and Services for Students
Your success is important to us. MCCC provides a wide array of services and resources for students to support your efforts in the classroom and throughout your higher education journey. We encourage you to visit and bookmark the Current Students page of the website where much of the information provided below can also be found.
College/Community Symphonic Band
College/Community Agora Chorale
Dining/Food Services - Market Twenty 4 Seven
Lifelong Learning (non-credit classes)
At MCCC, we are serious about providing a safe campus for our students, employees and visitors; our security staff is comprised of individuals with extensive law enforcement and/or security experience and knowledge. You will see them walking around campus in red shirts and patrolling campus in a vehicle marked “Safety Services.”
In addition to institutional safety procedures, students and staff are encouraged to be personally responsible for their own security as well as others and to report all suspicious activity.
Crime Statistics/Annual Security (Clery Act) Report can be found in the drop down menu section of the Safety Services page of the website.
Emergency and closing alerts are issued via text, phone or email and posted on the college's website in the event of emergency or safety related situations or inclement weather.
Parking on campus is free, but please avoid parking in spaces or lots reserved and marked for handicapped persons or staff/faculty.
Reporting an emergency on campus by calling (734) 457-6007, the Switchboard (dial 0) or calling 911. In addition, there are several blue security stations located throughout campus.
Safety Tips can be found in the Quick Links and drop down menu section of the Safety Services page of the website.
Sexual Harassment, Civil Rights and Americans with Disabilities Act Concerns should be brought to the attention of MCCC’s Title IX Coordinator, the director of human resources, at (734) 384-4245. The HR Office is located in A-138.
Timely Warnings information, as required by Clery Act, can be found in the drop down menu section of the Safety Services page of the website.
Rights and Responsibilities
Being a student at MCCC is a privilege. With that privilege comes certain rights as well as responsibilities.
Student Rights and Responsibilities at MCCC can be found in the college's annual catalog available in PDF format on the college's website.
- Student Right to Know Act (page 22)
- Academic Forgiveness Policy (page 22)
- Academic Probation and Academic Dismissal Policy (page 22 - 23)
- Student Code of Conduct and Due Process with Regard to Discipline Other Than Academic (page 23 - 24)
- Anti-Bullying Policy (page 24)
- Academic Dishonesty (page 24 - 25)
- Access to Campus Facilities (page 25)
- Children on Campus (page 25)
- Smoking and Tobacco Use Policy (page 25)
- Drug and Alcohol Policy (page 25 - 27)
- Copyright Policy (page 27)
- Acceptable Use Policy (page 27)
- Chosen Name Policy (page 27)
Illegal Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Policy Statement (page 3) and Title IX Resources
3.00(a) Selection Procedures for Programs With Selective Admission
3.00(b) Procedures on Student Assessment
3.00(c) Procedures on Advanced Standing - Awarding of Credit
3.01 Student Physical Examination Policy
3.03 Policy for Student Participation in the Governance of the Institution
3.04 Student Government Constitution
3.05 Tuition and Fees Effective Fall 2021
3.06 Academic Probation and Academic Dismissal Policy
3.07 Michigan Colleges Online (MCO) Policy (Formerly MCCVLC)
3.07(a) Procedures for Michigan Colleges Online (MCO)
3.10 Student Code of Conduct and Due Process With Regard to Discipline Other Than Academic
3.10(a) Academic Dishonesty Procedures
3.10(b) Guidelines for Classroom Discipline
3.11 Trustee Merit Scholarships
3.11(a) Rules and Regulations for Awarding Trustee Merit Scholarships
3.11(b) Presidential Scholarships
3.11(c) Rules and Regulations for Awarding Presidential Scholarships
3.11(f) Performing Music Scholarships
3.11(g) Rules and Regulations for Awarding Performing Music Scholarships
3.11(h) Senior Citizen Scholarships
3.11(i) Rules and Regulations for Awarding Senior Citizen Scholarships
3.11(l) Scholarship Endowment Fund
3.11(m) C. Ernest Read Scholarship
3.11(n) Rules and Regulations for Awarding C. Ernest Read Scholarship
3.11(q) Lewis D. McClure Scholarship
3.11(r) Rules and Regulations for Awarding Lewis D. McClure Scholarship
3.11(s) Writing Fellow Scholarships
3.11(t) Rules and Regulations for Awarding Writing Fellow Scholarships
3.11(u) Miss Monroe County Pageant Scholarship
3.11(v) Rules and Regulations for Awarding Miss Monroe County Pageant Scholarship
3.11(w) Honors Program Scholarship Policy
3.11(x) Rules and Regulations for Awarding the Honors Program Scholarship
3.12 General Requirements for Graduation
3.12(b) Incomplete Course Work
3.12(c) Change of Schedule (Dropping/Adding Classes)
3.12(d) Awarding of Continuing Education Units (CEU's)
3.12(f) General Education Requirements
3.13 Degree Program Requirements
3.14 Policy Concerning Guest Speakers
3.15 Guidelines on Speakers for Student Organizations
3.16 Guidelines for Student Groups and Activities
3.17 Procedure for Preparation and Filing of Petition for Recognition of Student Group
3.18 Student Employee Wage Rate
3.18(a) Rules and Regulations for Student Employees
3.19 Student Class Load and Employment
3.22 Guidelines for Book Returns/Disposition
3.23 Non-Immigrant Alien Students
3.24 Policy on the Use, Disclosure, and Disposal of Student Social Security Numbers
3.24(a) Procedure on the Use, Disclosure, and Disposal of Student Social Security Numbers
3.25 Short-Term Emergency Loans
3.26 Non-Institutional Scholarships, Grants, Loans and College Work-Study
3.27 Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974
3.27(a) Confidentiality of Student Records (FERPA)
3.28 Rules and Regulations for Implementing the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974
3.29 Rules and Regulations for Participation on Intercollegiate Athletic Teams at Monroe County Community College
3.30 Teams and/or Individual Participation in State, Regional, or National Athletic Competition
3.31 Academic Forgiveness Policy
3.32(a) Honors Program Rules and Regulations
3.34 Attendance/Participation for Individuals Covered Under Veteran Educational Assistance