About MCC

About MCC

Whether you recently graduated high school, are changing careers, or you are simply looking to continue your education, Muskegon Community College (MCC) is your best choice for success in West Michigan.

MCC offers 52 Associate Degree programs, and 35 certificate programs that meet the career demands of today's competitive job market head on, from alternative energy to medical arts.

The College is home to award-winning faculty and a diverse community of  more than 5,000 dedicated students, athletes, artists and community leaders.

Students choose MCC for its life-changing educational programs, small class sizes, affordable tuition, flexible class scheduling and transferrable credits.


Muskegon Community College's main campus is located on 111 wooded acres near Lake Michigan in Muskegon County, and offers four satellite campuses in Fremont, Whitehall, Newaygo and Grand Haven.