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:
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).
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