Manchester Community College

Manchester Community College

Manchester Community College, MCC, is situated in Manchester, Connecticut. It was founded in 1963 and is the state's largest community college. Situated on a 160 acre campus with large open and wooded spaces, the college offers programs at both the certificate and degree levels. The academic divisions of the College are as follows:

  • Center for Business and Technologies
  • Liberal Arts Division
  • Mathematics, Science, and Health Careers Division
  • Social Science and Hospitality Division

MCC participates in Region XXI of Division III of the National Junior College Athletic Association. The school fields four athletics teams, nicknamed the Cougars, which participate in soccer and basketball for women, and soccer and baseball for men. MCC also has a Student Senate and Student Activities Committee that look after the interests of the students. Additionally, the college has a number of student clubs and organizations including the Business Students' Association, the Film Guild, and Phi Theta Kappa Society.

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