Computer information technology specialists



Student success is our top priority at MCC. That’s why we provide free tutoring for our students, and our counselors and advisors are available to help you with class scheduling and other academic needs. We also provide services to support research, writing, technology, career exploration and more.

MCC’s Library is the perfect place to research, read and discover. Visit the library today and explore our wealth of resources.

MCC’s CIS Lab offers computers for student and community use, featuring state-of-the-art technology and printing services on a pay-per-page basis. Help is available from our lab assistants.

MCC’s Bookstore is operated by Barnes & Noble and is located on the college’s Sidney campus. It offers textbooks, school supplies, apparel and other merchandise, as well as a variety of services to meet the needs of students and community members.

MCC’s Writing Center provides students with free one-on-one assistance with writing assignments from any MCC course. The center features friendly, helpful, competent consultants; useful handouts and reference books; and computers for consultation and composition.

MCC’s Student Success Center expands the college’s services by creating a full-service center geared toward curriculum support for students.

MCC can help connect you with listing for jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities. You will also find information related to career exploration, job searches, career fairs and Michigan Works! assistance.

MCC’s academic counselor and advisors can help you navigate your college experience, learn about degree program requirements and assist you with any issues or concerns you may have related to your education at MCC.

The Montcalm Community College Food Source provides current MCC students with nutritious food items while classes are in session. Students may request food through the MCC Food Source form.

MCC is migrating to a single sign-on (SSO) process, from OneLogin to Microsoft's Azure AD. Students will not be required to switch over until the 2020 spring semester.

" For five consecutive years, the number of MCC students who have successfully completed their program requirements has steadily increased. "
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