Find your path.

Student on campusAt MCCC, every passion has a pathway. With our wide range of degree, certification and transfer programs, low-cost tuition, campus community, clubs and activities, MCCC is a safe place to explore, network and uncover your pathway to a future with purpose. We'll work directly with you to set your dreams in motion, without all the accompanying debt. Enroll today!

Michigan Reconnect

If you are age 21 or older and don't have a college degree, you could attend Monroe County Community College TUITION-FREE through the state's Michigan Reconnect program.
 

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Classes that fit your busy life

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.
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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!
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Enriching Lives for 60 Years

Sixty years ago, MCCC brought something to Monroe County that had not existed here before – the opportunity to obtain a college education locally. We have remained a constant within the community, evolving with the times to adapt to changing needs and continuing a record of excellence and service.

Events at MCCC

One Book One Community Kickoff

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Campbell Academic Center Library

One Book One Community in partnership with the Library of the Great Lakes is proud to present…

Substance Use Disorder and Stigma Reduction

via Zoom

Carlos Rivera is a Community Education Coordinator with Families Against Narcotics. He has over…

Small Things not Forgotten: Reflecting on the Past and Present with Dr. Ken Mohney, Professor of Anthropology

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Campbell Academic Center C-224

This presentation will discuss the role of artifacts in our understanding of the past as well as…

Updates from MCCC

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View MCCC's Annual Report

Check MCCC's electronic Annual Report to the Community, and learn about how our dedicated faculty and staff enrich the lives of our students each and every day. (An accessible PDF is also available.).

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One Book, One Community of Monroe County 2024

It’s finally March!  Please save the dates on your calendar for our One Book One Community programs, which begin Tuesday, March 12.

Register Now for Lifelong Learning Classes

Jan.-Aug. Lifelong Learning Course Registration Open

Whether you want to prepare for your real estate exam, learn how to fly a drone, expand your cooking skills or turn your love for fitness into a career as a certified personal trainer, MCCC has noncredit Lifelong Learning programming that will help you find your calling and pursue your passion.

News & Press Releases

MCCC HOSTING SEVERAL FREE, PUBLIC EVENTS IN MARCH AS PART OF 2024 ONE BOOK, ONE COMMUNITY

Monroe County Community College, as a founding partner, along with several other institutions throughout Monroe County, will be hosting a number of events throughout the…

COMMUNITY INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN MCCC'S CULTURE & CURRENT AFFAIRS SERIES EVENTS IN MARCH 2024

Students, faculty, staff and the community are invited to participate in Monroe County Community College's Culture and Current Affairs Series in March. All of the events…

BEDFORD, ELLIS LIBRARIES TO HOST ELECTRIC VEHICLE FORUMS ON MARCH 16

The Monroe County Library System is hosting two Electric Vehicle Forums on Saturday, March 16 for those who are curious about EVs and want to learn more.