MCC is giving its front entrance a major makeover. Projects have been designed to improve traffic flow; to provide safety features for our students, employees, and visitors; and to enhance the appearance of the Brighton campus.
Visit Front Entrance 2013-2014 | Maps & Directions | Monroe Community College for more details.
Since its inception, the Damon City Campus has been housed in rented space in the Sibley Building. In June 2013, Monroe County completed the purchase of five connected buildings of the Eastman Kodak Company property at State Street and Morrie Silver Way where the new campus will be housed. The “New Downtown Campus” is in the design phase and is envisioned as a destination campus -- a place that will draw students, faculty, staff and community members to its doors as a place of engagement and collaboration. It is anticipated to be a full-service campus with room for expanded academic, workforce, and co-curricular programming and partnerships.
Projected Occupancy: September, 2017
This project will renovate and add approximately 16,000 square feet to the existing Building 21 Campus Services complex, improving operations for the purchasing and receiving department and providing essential centralized office space for the public safety department. Additional space will also be constructed for the maintenance department for storage and repair of equipment required to maintain the campus. Additionally, parking for security vehicles will be relocated there.
For Facilities Master Plan overview, read Facilities Master Plan | Office of Planning | Monroe Community College