I am new to MCC & want to just take a class or two.
Welcome! We’re excited that you’re interested in taking classes at Monroe Community College as a new student. The best part? It’s easy to get started.
Our academic advisors know about advising, inside and out. We recommend everyone—especially new students—see an advisor before signing up for classes. They’re a great resource for mapping your path to success at MCC. Contact our advising staff today.
- Number of credits (including any laboratory hours)
- Pre- or co-requisite courses (e.g., related courses you have to take beforehand or at the same time)
- Semester during which the course is offered (fall, spring, and/or summer)
New part-time students can complete registration online, in person, or by mail. Got questions along the way? Contact us for help.
- Not able to create your student record online? Call us at (585) 292-2300.
- International students without a social security number (SSN) and those uncomfortable providing an SSN should print and fill out the Registration Form. Then, either fax the form to (585) 292-3850, or scan and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 2: Take note of the student ID (e.g., M00999999) and myMCC username (e.g., astudent1) assigned to you. Remember the password you chose when creating your account.
Step 3: Register! Log in with your username and the six-digit password you chose when creating your account.
- Once you’re registered for class(es), you will receive an activation letter in the mail with your permanent MCC account information.
Register in person.
Sometimes it’s easier or more convenient to take care of things in person. If that’s the case, please come by the Brighton Campus (Building 6, Room 203) or Downtown Campus (2nd floor, Room 210).
Register by Email or Mail.
Print and complete the Registration Form. Submit the form via email or mail:
- Email: email@example.com
- Mail: Registration and Records, 1000 East Henrietta Rd, Rochester, NY 14623
A few things to note before registering.
Part-time students must take fewer than 12 credits of coursework per semester and are not eligible for financial aid. To take more than 12 credits or qualify for financial aid, please apply for admission to an MCC program.
Changed your mind about taking a class? Be sure to drop the course before the first day of classes to avoid being charged tuition.