Montcalm Community College offers learners of all ages opportunities to earn credits for degrees, certificates, job training programs or transfer to gain skills leading to jobs in high-demand, high-wage career fields.
We offer occupational programs, transfer programs, dual enrollment and Early College programs for area high schoolers, and workforce and industrial training. You can take advantage of transfer options through the Michigan Transfer Agreement and more than 125 articulation agreements with four-year universities, which provide seamless transfer of credits.
MCC was established in 1965 and is focused on making a college education accessible and affordable. You can learn as you like at MCC, with classes in four formats – in-person, online, hybrid and live online.
Classes are scheduled on weekdays, evenings, and occasionally on Saturdays with two campuses to serve you, in Sidney and in Greenville.
MCC faculty and staff are committed to helping students succeed.
With an average class size of 15 students, you’ll get personalized instruction in a variety of subject areas from faculty members who are among the best in their fields. You’ll be challenged and rewarded by our coursework, with faculty using the latest and most innovative teaching methods in all of our 59 program areas. They also inspire you to think critically and creatively.
Student support services include academic and career counseling, tutoring, testing and accessibility.
The annual tuition at MCC is a fraction of the cost of a private college or four-year university, yet we prepare you for the same careers and provide the same opportunities for success.
Contact us to learn more about how you can become an MCC student. Call (989) 328-1277, email firstname.lastname@example.org or LiveChat at montcalm.edu.