Getting Started at MCC
MCC has educational opportunities for a wide range of needs, including…
- Associate degrees and individual courses that transfer to four-year institutions
- Direct-to-career associate degrees and certificates
- Short-term noncredit training programs to earn industry-recognized certifications or licenses
- High school equivalency exam (GED®) preparation and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes
- Dual credit/college courses for high school students
- Workforce training and professional development courses
- Personal development
- Earning a bachelor’s or advanced degree through the University Center at MCC
If you’re undecided, that’s okay! Learn how we can help you find your path
Connect with a New Student Enrollment Coach for a one-on-one meeting or campus tour. Our team is here to help you get started and answer questions like…
- Which programs, degrees, and certificates does MCC offer?
- What if I don’t know what I want to study yet?
- What events can I attend as a potential student?
- I’ve already applied. What’s next?
- How do programs at MCC transfer to other colleges?
- What resources does MCC offer to assist students?
- How much does it cost to attend MCC?
- How can I get help paying for college?
- How does MCC support undocumented students?