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Early College students



MCC is an “open door” institution, providing educational opportunities for all who seek them. Anyone who is 18 years of age or older or whose high school class has graduated, is eligible to attend MCC as a degree-seeking student. Anyone younger than age 18 may attend as a non-degree seeking student. Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to academic programs with specific entry requirements.

Programs for you no matter where you are in the learning process

Start your higher education with MCC

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Earn credits at MCC that transfer back to your home institution.

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High School students can earn college and high school credit

Dual Enrollment students

Programs and courses that transfer to 4-year institutions

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Earn a college degree and high school diploma at the same time

Early college student

A variety of classes are available for community members

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All the help you’ll need during enrollment

Future leaders, innovators, skilled workers, and entrepreneurs need a well-rounded education that focuses on the marketable skills and critical thinking that employers demand. MCC’s staff will help you through the process, from applying for admission and financial aid, to enrolling in classes and providing academic support services. We’re here to help you be successful in your college endeavor.

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Plan early and get in touch with questions

MCC offers a variety of services to help you prepare for college. Meet with a counselor or academic advisor today to explore career interests, learn about programs, discuss transfer options and more.

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Why is MCC a great choice for so many Montcalm County students?


Dual-enrolled high school students in 2019-2020


Degrees and certificates awarded in 2020


Average class size


Degree, certificate and job training programs offered