Study abroad students in front of architecture in China.

Learning Opportunities


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

MCC Student Opportunities

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.

Study AbroadStudents experience the world as their classroom when they study abroad.  Due to COVID-19, MCC is not offering study abroad trips at this time.

Community Opportunities

EventsView a comprehensive list of upcoming events hosted by Montcalm Community College.

career & Personal developmentMCC offers a variety of career and personal development courses. Visit MCC's Eventbrite page to view course listings and register online.

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. Due to COVID-19, MCC’s Lifelong Learners are not offering programming at this time.

Summer campsRegistration for MCC’s 2022 summer camps is open.

Ash lectureship seriesThe Stanley and Blanche Ash Lectureship Series features nationally and internationally-known speakers, whose presentations aim to increase awareness of key issues of global and domestic importance. It is funded by the MCC Foundation Stanley and Blanche Ash Community College Enhancement Fund, which supports the college in developing and enhancing career training, educational opportunities, programs and services for students, alumni and citizens of the college community

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.