Student success is our top priority at MCC. That’s why we provide free tutoring for our students, and our counselors and advisors are available to help you with class scheduling and other academic needs. We also provide services to support research, writing, technology, career exploration and more.
Help is available for students experiencing personal or academic concerns like homelessness, lack of food, mental health and more. If we are unable to assist on-campus, we will find community resources that can help.
Free academic tutoring is available, either in-person or virtually, to all registered MCC students. Online academic coaching through NetTutor® provides live academic coaching in many subjects and is accessible through your Canvas course.
MCC’s Bookstore is operated by Barnes & Noble and is located on the college’s Sidney campus. It offers textbooks, school supplies, apparel and other merchandise, as well as a variety of services to meet the needs of students and community members.
MCC's Career Services offers a variety of resources to help students select a field of study and prepare for a career. In addition to scheduling a career advising session, you can utilize our online career exploration links, personality assessments, and job boards.
MCC’s academic counselor and advisors can help you navigate your college experience, learn about degree program requirements and assist you with any issues or concerns you may have related to your education at MCC.
MCC’s Math Center provides students with free assistance with all MCC math classes, Early College math classes, as well as the math used in chemistry, industrial technology, nursing, and physics classes. The math coaches are friendly, helpful and ready to encourage you through your mathematical journey.
MCC’s Student Success Center expands the college’s services by creating a full-service center geared toward curriculum support for students. Services include academic coaching, counseling and advising, accessibility services, and testing centers.
MCC's Student Emergency Assistance Fund was established by the MCC Foundation (MCCF) to help students at risk of not continuing their education due to unexpected financial difficulty.
Montcalm Community College does not offer on-campus housing. However, we have compiled a list of non-affiliated renters and search engines that may be helpful in searching for housing. This list is provided as a service for our students. We do not endorse any of the listings.