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Academics

 

MCC offers  degrees,  certificates  and  job training programs that will help prepare you for a variety of careers, for transfer to a four-year institution, for advancement in the workforce, or that may be taken just for fun. Excellent academics, dedicated instructors, state-of-the-art technology and small class sizes combine to give MCC students a high-quality education at an exceptional value. Formats include traditional classroom instruction, online and hybrid courses.

Register for fall 2021 courses offered at Montcalm Community College,

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Complete the Guide to Getting Started to become an MCC student.

Register for 2021 fall semester courses through your MCC student portal.

Students planning to complete their program requirements by July 2021 can apply for graduation in My Montcalm June 15 through July 15. The application is under the Academics tab, and under the Forms link at my.montcalm.edu. For more information, please email graduation@montcalm.edu.

Degrees

MCC offers several applied science degrees and an Associate of Science and Arts, as well as associate degrees through articulations with other institutions.

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Certificates

MCC offers a variety of certificate programs to prepare students for the workforce or for transfer to an advanced-degree program.

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Job Training Programs

MCC offers several job training programs to prepare students for the workforce.

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Learning Opportunities

MCC offers a variety of options to meet the needs of traditional and non-traditional students.

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CONTACT US
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Why is MCC a great choice for area students?

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Degree, certificate and job training programs offered

98.2%

of our graduates are employed or continuing their education

$15,066

Increased annual earning potential with an associate degree

15

Average class size