Metropolitan Community College Maple Woods

Metropolitan Community College Maple Woods

Metropolitan Community College, Maple Woods, also known as MCC-Maple Woods, is a community college in Kansas City, Missouri that was established in 1969. MCC-Maple Woods offers associate's degree programs and certificates in science, humanities, technology, and business. The academic divisions of the college are as follows:

  • Division of Humanities
  • Division of Math/Science and Communications
  • Division of Social Science/ Business
  • Division of Science and Technology

MCC- Maple Woods has athletics teams in baseball, soccer, and softball. The nickname for the athletics teams is the Monarchs. The college participated in the NJCAA World Series in 1998. Eligible students are offered financial aid options like grants, scholarships, loans, and work study programs. Over twenty foundation scholarships like the Auriel Clegg Vet Tech Scholarship, the KCI Rotary Sign Language Scholarship, the Linscomb Show-me Scholarship, and the Medora J. Higgs Art Scholarship are available for MCC-Maple Woods students.

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