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Study at Monroe County Community College

Monroe County Community College, also known as MCCC, was established in 1964 in Monroe, Michigan, . This public 2-year community college also holds classes in the Whitman Center which was established in 1991, in Temperance, Michigan. MCCC enrolls over 2, 000 part-time and more than 1, 000 full-time students every year. The main campus covers 210 acres.

Monroe County Community College associate degrees as well as transfer programs in general education. Students can also obtain a bachelor's degree in certain programs like nursing. The academic divisions of the college are:

  • Business Division
  • Health Sciences Division
  • Humanities/ Social Sciences Division
  • Industrial Technology Division
  • Science/ Mathematics Division
MCCC sponsors many student clubs and organizations. The Agora Student Newspaper is published by the students of this college. Among the student organizations are the Broadcasting Club, the International Studies Club, the Math and Science Society (MASS), Phi Theta Kappa - Tau Omichron Chapter, the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), and the Student Nurse Association (SNA).

Profile of Monroe County Community College

Students attend Monroe County Community College in Monroe, MI, a small suburb. The school is a public institution. Monroe County Community College degrees go up to the Associate's degree.

Course Topics

The school is known for its programs in office and administration.

Monroe County Community College Selectivity

Applicants to Monroe County Community College appreciate its open admissions policy. Many applicants are from out of state, an indication of the quality or special character of the school.


Monroe County Community College has a tenure system for senior faculty. The full-time faculty at the school is well-paid, which often goes with faculty quality.

Student Enrolment

There are 4, 433 students at Monroe County Community College .

Monroe County Community College Programs and Degrees
General CategoryDegreesMost Common Majors
Liberal Arts192liberal arts and sciences
Medical Support and Technology44respiratory care tech, medical lab assistant, electrocardiograph tech
Nursing and Emergency Medicine44registered nursing
Business and Management44business, accounting technology, operations management
office and Administration39office management, administrative assistant, executive secretary, word processing
Engineering Technician37mechanical drafting, computer hardware tech, construction engineering tech, engineering technician, manufacturing tech, mechanical engineering tech, quality control tech, electronics tech
Computer Science and Engineering29network management, web design, computer science, data processing tech, computer programming, systems analyst, computer support
Mechanics and Repair16automobile mechanics, industrial electronics tech
Production Trades13welding
Family and Social Work9child development, adult development and aging
Security and Law Enforcement8criminal justice and police
Cooking and Culinary Arts8food prep and kitchen assistant
Design7graphic design
Fine Arts7fine arts
Medical administration5medical office management, medical secretary
Education and Teaching5teacher aide
Law3legal secretary

Contact: Monroe County Community College

Monroe County Community College

1555 South Raisinville Road

Monroe, MI 48161-9746

General Phone: (734) 242-7300


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