Health-Related Programs

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Welcome

MCC's health related program graduates are recognized leaders throughout the region.  Explore this page to learn more about the admission criteria and selection process for entry into these career fields.

Admission Requirements & Selection Process (Information Sheets)

Current, Transfer, Readmit, Returning and/or Adult Students

Please refer to the admission information sheets below. Students who do not meet the minimum entrance requirements, need additional quality points, or who apply after the application deadline, will be admitted into Health Studies - Clinical Track (HS03) or Liberal Arts (LA04). Students will have the opportunity to work with an academic advisor toward their program goal. See Admission and Application Process for additional information.

Current High School Students

The programs listed below have reserved seats for incoming high school students.  High school seniors who meet the minimum entrance requirements and apply by the application deadline date (typically January 31st) will be considered.  

If a high school applicant is not admitted, does not meet the minimum entrance requirements, or applies after the application deadline date, they will be admitted into Health Studies - Clinical Track (HS03) or Liberal Arts (LA04).  Students will have the opportunity to work with an academic advisor toward their program goal.  (Refer to section above for “Current, Transfer, Readmit, Returning, and/or Adult Students.”)

Admissions Application

  • New/Transfer/Readmit Students: Apply Now!
  • Current Students: Apply in MyMCC through Request a Change of Major.

Location & Contacts

Future Students
Brighton Campus
Office of Admissions
Building 1, Room 211
(585) 292-2200

Current Students
Brighton Campus
Advisement & Transfer Services
Building 1, Room 231
(585) 292-2400