“The learning experience is like none other, and each day I am so excited to learn more and plan for my future.”
-- Aimee Rock, hospitality program student and parent of a 6-year-old daughter


MCC Facts: Who We Are

MCC has opened doors of opportunity for more than half a million students of all ages and backgrounds since fall 1962. MCC lives its vision as a champion of equity, opportunity, innovation, and excellence while transforming students' lives and local communities.

Gender

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59%

Female

41%

Male

Age

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


Race

19.8%

African American

0.5%

American Indian

5.4%

Asian

12%

Hispanic

56.2%

White

6.1%

Other*

*Includes 4% multiracial

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72

International Students
representing over

25

Countries


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10,161

Students (credit)

25413

Students
(credit/noncredit, 2019-20)

176

in a Co-op or Internship

42%

Minority Enrollment

170

in a Registered Apprenticeship


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318

Military Veterans/
Active-Duty

144

Student-Athletes

164

in Honors
Institute


Dual-Enrollment Students. 4,419 High School Students from 47 Schools and BOCES Locations. 75 Early College High Scool Students

STUDENTS’ EDUCATIONAL GOALS*

Educational Goals - 69% Enrolled in Transfer Programs. 23% Enrolled in Career Programs. 9% Not Enrolled in a Program

*Percentages don’t add up to 100 because of rounding.

PRIOR EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE*

Prior College - 49% No College or University, 45% Some College or University. 4% Associates Degree. 2% Bachelor's Degree or Higher

*New and readmitted students enrolled in fall 2020. Percentages don’t add up to 100 because of rounding.


EMPLOYEES

EMPLOYEES: 245 Full-time Faculty. 519 Part-time Employees and Adjunct Faculty. 283 Full-time Administrative/Professional Staff. 274 Full-time Support Staff.

Notable Tribunes

CLAYTON TURNER ’86,
NASA's Langley Research Center

As director of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Langley Research Center, Clayton Turner leads a team focused on developing technology for space exploration, expanding understanding of Earth’s atmosphere, and improving aviation.

He began his career with NASA as a design engineer in 1990. After graduating from MCC with an associate degree in electrical engineering technology in 1986, he earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology.

Clayton is one of 115 MCC Alumni Hall of Fame members who have excelled professionally and made a positive impact on the community and the College. Meet other distinguished members or alumni.

Clayton Turner, MCC Class of '86