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Monroe Community College will be restarting on-campus tours! We will be hosting in-person tours on the Brighton Campus from June 21, 2021 through August 21, 2021.

Brighton Campus Tours

Our Brighton campus tour is a walking tour and lasts approximately one hour. You will see our beautiful campus, various student and academic service facilities. Our Peer Navigators are very familiar with the enrollment process and can answer almost any question you have about college life at MCC. This tour does not include a visit to the Residence Halls. 

Campus Tours Safety Guidelines

To ensure the health and safety of our staff, students, and tour participants, we've modified in-person campus tours to meet Monroe Community College COVID-19 guidelines.

  • The maximum party size per tour is 2 (1 student, 1 guests).
  • Guests are required to wear face coverings while on campus and during the campus tour, both indoors and outdoors. Masks must be form-fitting and cover both the mouth AND nose.
  • You will be asked to maintain a physical distance of six feet or more from other parties while on campus and during the walking tour, when able to do so.

Register for a Brighton Campus Tour

MCC Virtual Webinars

Join us while in the comfort of your home! We are hosting several types of virtual webinars so you can hear from our admissions officers, faculty, and current students. RSVP for an upcoming webinar to learn more about MCC and have your questions answered. We are always adding new webinars, so be sure to come back to this page.

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Your First Year

The First Year Experience Program brings students together to collaborate with MCC faculty and staff, as well as with each other in support of transitioning to college life at MCC.

The focus is on becoming academically successful, socially integrated into the college environment, and career or transfer ready. The First Year Experience Program includes participation in New Student Orientation, FYE events and workshops, and also provides information to students during the school year that contribute to students’ intellectual and practical competencies.


Please contact MCC Trib411 at 585-292-2411 or email