CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: MCC's buildings are closed to the public through June 12. Summer classes will be delivered online and start June 1. Student support services remain available online and through Live Chat. Visit for updates.
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Learning Opportunities


MCC offers a variety of options to meet the needs of traditional and non-traditional students.

Middle School and High School Student Opportunities


Dual EnrollmentDual enrollment at MCC allows students to take college level courses while still in high school and receive both high school and college credit.

Early CollegeEarly College at Montcalm Community College allows high school students to earn up to two years of college credit or an associate degree as part of their high school learning experience. The three-year program encompasses grades 11-13.

Community Opportunities

career & Personal developmentDue to COVID-19, Montcalm Community College is pushing back its career and personal development offerings. Tentatively, we plan to begin offering these courses in July. However, we will not be able to make a final decision until the Governor announces an end date to the state's Stay Home, Stay Safe order. Please check back for updates on career and personal development offerings.

Summer campsMontcalm Community College plans to begin offering summer camps in July. MCC will continue to monitor COVID-19 and the guidance provided by local, state and federal health department officials for how it may impact our camp program. In the event that a camp needs to be cancelled, the decision will be made at least two week prior to the start of the camp session and all participants will receive a full refund.

Workforce TrainingMCC will design workforce training to meet your individual business needs.


Lifelong learnersMontcalm Community College’s Lifelong Learners was organized in 1998 to provide academic experiences for area seniors.

MCC Student Opportunities

Study AbroadStudents experience the world as their classroom when they study abroad. 

TransferThe highest degree offered by MCC is the associate degree. However, any degree completed at MCC can serve as the starting point for a bachelor’s degree, although transfer credits may differ based on program, type of classes, and transfer school and major.

Veterans/militaryMontcalm Community College serves veterans, veteran dependents/survivors, reservists and active military members.