Monroe Community College offers a number of admission options to match your academic interests and future goals, including early admission, accelerated degree programs, and our 2+2 dual admission program to lock in your plans to attend one of our four-year college partners. If you need help fulfilling specific requirements for admission, such as strengthening your English or math skills, we can help with that, as well. Explore your options here.
Through our transfer programs, you can earn your Associate in Arts (A.A.) or Associate in Science (A.S.) degree while completing your first two years of coursework toward your bachelor’s degree. Or, through our career programs, you can pursue an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree that helps put you in the workplace immediately. For an even higher degree of career specialization and a shorter program, consider our certificate programs.Learn more about our majors and programs
If you have the academic skills and the motivation, you can take your talents further with our Honors Institute. It offers small-sized honors courses, personal mentoring, and unique curriculum and off-campus events. Plus, you can earn a SUNY Certificate in Honors Studies in addition to your Associate degree.Learn more about the Honors Institute
You should have a strong academic background (high school average of 90 or better) and have completed a college preparation program in high school for this degree option. You must also be admitted to MCC as a full-time student and attend summer, fall, spring, and the following summer semesters. Accelerated degree programs are available in Business Administration, Communications, and Liberal Arts.
Our 2+2 dual admission program offers you the opportunity to guarantee your admission to one of more than 25 four-year colleges upon completion of your MCC degree. To qualify, you must have a high school average of 85 or better in a college preparation program and meet specific program entrance requirements.See the list of our 2+2 dual admission colleges
Meet the qualifications and you can get ahead by starting college early. You must demonstrate strong academic preparation through the 11th grade and meet the course prerequisites for the program you choose. You must also be recommended by your high school counselor, successfully complete a placement exam, and interview with an admissions counselor. Note that financial aid is not available.