All students are encouraged to seek advisement prior to registering for courses. Advisement sessions provide the opportunity to discuss your career goals and program requirements with a skilled professional knowledgeable in your area of interest. Both advisors and students have an important role in the advisement process.
Your degree program or academic standing may require an Advisement Key/Alternate PIN. You must connect with an advisor prior to registration to receive this key.
New, returning and transfer students are assigned to a professional advisor connected to their area of interest. During a scheduled appointment the advisor will meet individually with the student to confirm the student’s career interest/pathway and choose courses; the advisor will serve as a contact person to ensure the first semester is a success.
Current students are assigned an advisor with expertise in the student’s pathway. Advisor assignments are found on the student checklist in the myMCC home page and on the Degree Works worksheet.
MCC also offers advisement Walk-In Services at the Brighton and Downtown Campuses.
Monroe Community College is always looking for motivated students for on campus employment opportunities. Brighton and Downtown Advisement Services are looking for qualified candidates for the 2019-2020 academic year.