Register for a class at MCC today.
Perhaps you’re a small business owner and want to take an accounting or management course. Maybe you’d like to add some new computer skills to your resume. Well, there are hundreds of reasons to continue your education – and Monroe Community College is an excellent place to get where you want to be.
Building 6, Room 203
|Extended Hours at the beginning of fall and spring terms: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Normal Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.|
228 East Main Street, 5th Floor
|Monday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Tuesday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.|
If you plan to attend MCC part time and want to work toward a degree or certificate, please simply follow the steps to apply to MCC.
Registering for classes at Monroe Community College is easy. You can do it online, in person, or by mail or fax.
To register online:
- Set up a MyMCC account
- Choose the classes you’d like to take
- You’ll receive a letter from MCC with information to complete your registration
Once you have completed the registration process, please use MyMCC to check your course registration, pay your tuition bill and review classroom assignments.
To register in person:
Simply stop by an MCC Registration & Records Office and talk to an advisor.
- Brighton Campus – Building 6, Room 203
- Damon City Campus – Student Services Center, 5th Floor, Room 5251
To register by mail or fax:
- Print out and fill in the MCC registration form
- Mail it to:
MCC Registration, 1000 E. Henrietta Rd, Rochester, NY 14623
- Fax it to:
If you need help during this process, feel free to contact us at the phone numbers listed above.
NOTE: To take a class or two at MCC, you may need to score at the satisfactory level on placement testing and/or be interviewed before registering for classes.
If you’re planning to take only a class or two at MCC and are not working toward a degree or certificate, unfortunately you are not eligible for financial aid.
If you’d like to apply for aid, you’ll first need to apply to Monroe Community College through our Admissions Office. By becoming an “official” part-time MCC student, your education becomes even more affordable, as you can apply for loans, grants and even MCC scholarships.
NOTE: If you’re taking a course to supplement your education at another college, make sure your credits will transfer by checking with that college.