MCC is ranked among the top 25 U.S. community colleges
Can you believe it? Your son or daughter is heading to college. Did you think this day would ever come? Or maybe it came way too fast. Either way, if you’re like most parents, you’re going through a range of emotions right now, and you probably have a lot of questions. We get it, and we’re here to support you. We’re here to help you and your new college student navigate the process – from your initial visit to applying for financial aid. But first, we want to tell you a little about MCC – and show you why it may be the right choice for your son or daughter.
We know there’s a lot to consider when helping your son or daughter prepare for college. In addition to talking to his or her school counselor, we encourage you to check out some of the helpful parent checklists and reading materials listed below.
A campus tour can make or break a student's decision to attend
You wouldn’t buy a house without seeing it first. Choosing a college should be no different. We encourage you to bring your whole family to campus, ask questions, see our facilities, talk to professors, and meet with our Admissions team. In other words, come visit and experience MCC with your son or daughter first-hand. Register today for a tour of the Brighton Campus, the Damon City Campus or both, and RSVP for our next open house or info session. While you’re here, we’ll walk you through it all – including finding and applying for financial aid and scholarships.
90% of recent graduates who are employed are working in their desired fields
4,000+ employers have hired MCC graduates
It all starts at MCC
We know it’s important to you that your son or daughter experiences success after MCC. Whether he or she will be continuing on to a four-year school or starting a career, MCC’s Career Services office will help prepare your student for what’s next.
As an MCC graduate, your son or daughter will have access to our alumni network – a great resource to help get his or her foot in the door. And support doesn’t stop when a student walks across the stage. Neither do the possibilities. Because once a Tribune, always a Tribune.
Like we said, seeing is believing – so check out where MCC has led some of our alumni.