Think of it as the campus hub, because this is where you'll find MCC students and faculty before and after classes—meeting friends, checking emails, grabbing a bite to eat, and more. Here are a few of its highlights.

Campus Information Services provides much more than just information, including the opportunity to cash a check, buy stamps and bus passes, and even purchase discounted tickets to local movie theaters and amusement parks.

At the Campus Bookstore, you can not only pick up your textbooks, school supplies, and software, but also snacks, MCC apparel, gift items, and personal care products.

Café edu, featuring Starry Nites, serves sandwiches and smoothies, and is a great place to meet friends and relax. It's also one of many "wifi hotspots" on campus, making wireless Internet connection available.

The Marketplace is a popular spot for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as anytime snacking. It features well-known food choices—like Dunkin' Donuts, Subway, and Taco Bell—plus a pizza and pasta bar, sandwich and breakfast grill, salad bar, and much, much more.

Reflections, MCC's student-run restaurant, showcases the culinary talents of students and faculty in the hospitality program.

The Break Room provides another place for relaxation and stress relief, with the opportunity to play video games or billiards.

In addition to the Campus Center Office, you'll find offices here for the Phi Theta Kappa honor society and Campus Activities Board, as well as MCC's student literary magazine Cabbages and Kings, Student Government, and clubs and organizations.

On the top level is the Warshof Conference Center, featuring a magnificent view of the campus lakes from its lobby. These conference rooms are used for local and national conferences, workshops, celebration dinners, and even weddings.