Manatee Community College

Manatee Community College

Manatee Community College, or MCC, is a two-year community college founded in 1957. The main campus of the college is situated in Bradenton, Florida. The college offers a variety of degrees and programs in diverse areas of study. It enrolls more than 8,000 students annually.

Students of Manatee Community College can attend classes at two full-service campuses in Bradenton and Venice, at the Center for Innovation and Technology at Lakewood Ranch, or at the many business and public sector sites located throughout the community. The college also offers distance learning opportunities.

The sports teams of Manatee Community College are nicknamed Lancers. Two notable alumni of the college are Joe Mays, former major league baseball pitcher and Rob McKittrick, notable American filmmaker.

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