Male MCC student working on a wiring panel in MCC's Optical Fabrication Metrology Lab at the downtown Rochester campus

“I can't thank all my professors enough. They've been invaluable and have made this more than just a college experience.”
-- Maxwell Clement, optical systems technology student


MCC Facts: Who We Are

Emblem recognizing Monroe Community College's 60 years of existence - Inspiring the way forward

MCC has opened doors of opportunity for over half a million students since 1962. Carrying on the vision of our founders 60 years ago and inspiring the way forward under the current leadership of MCC President Dr. DeAnna R. Burt-Nanna, MCC continues evolving to meet the ever-changing needs of our students and our community, including safely offering robust in-person and online/remote learning and services during the pandemic. MCC lives its vision as a champion of equity, opportunity, innovation and excellence while transforming students’ lives and local communities.

*Data as of fall 2021

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8,721

Students (credit)

23,223

Students
(credit/noncredit, 2020-21)

165

in a Co-op or Internship

42%

Minority Enrollment

130 plus

in a Registered Apprenticeship


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320

Military Veterans/
Active-Duty

221

Student-Athletes

128

in Honors
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Among the top five priorities set for MCC for 2021-22 and beyond are increasing student recruitment, enrollment and retention and prioritizing diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.

Race

19.1%

African American

0.5%

American Indian

5.5%

Asian

12.0%

Hispanic

56.4%

White

6.5%

Other*

*Includes 4.5% multiracial

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68

International Students
representing

28

Countries


Gender

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57%

Female

43%

Male

Age

Average Age of Students is 21. Percentages of student ages: Under 20 is 33%, 20-24 is 30%, 25-29 is 14% and 30 years of age or more is 23%

Dual-Enrollment Program 2020-21. 4,280 High School Students from 47 Schools and BOCES Locations. 68 students in Early College High Scools

STUDENTS’ EDUCATIONAL GOALS*

Educational Goals - 69% Enrolled in Transfer Programs. 23% Enrolled in Career Programs. 8% Not Enrolled in a Program. 100+ four-year schools that class of 2020 transferred to

PRIOR EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE*

Prior College - 46% No College or University, 43% Some College or University. 5% Associates Degree. 6% Bachelor's Degree or Higher

* New and readmitted students enrolled in fall 2021.


EMPLOYEES

Employees: 234 Full-time Faculty. 529 Part-time Employees and Adjunct Faculty. 254 Full-time Administrative/Professional Staff. 258 Full-time Support Staff.

Notable Tribunes

Angelica Perez-Delgado ’96,
Ibero-American Action League

Through her work as Ibero-American Action League president and CEO, Angelica Perez-Delgado is all about opening doors for others. She came to MCC after dropping out of high school and having a child at 16. MCC offered an option that enabled her to earn a high school equivalency diploma and an associate degree. “The level of support was amazing. My professors kept me motivated at a very difficult time in my life.” She later received a bachelor’s degree in human services and a master’s in health administration. “MCC showed me that I could overcome anything. It set the tone for high expectations and big dreams.”

Angelica is among MCC alumni who have excelled professionally and made a positive impact on the community and the College. Meet other distinguished alumni.

Angelica Perez-Delgado, MCC Class of ’96

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