Martin Community College exists for one reason: to build better futures. Whether you’re a recent high school graduate or an adult, MCC has the resources and drive to help you reach your educational or professional goals. Its open-door admissions policy makes these resources available to everyone who seeks them.
Of course, paying for school can be a major obstacle to education. To help meet its goal of accessibility, Martin Community offers extensive financial aid.
In addition to state and federal programs, the school offers short-term loans and institutional scholarships. MCC’s scholarships are based on many criteria, including your academic achievements and need.
Martin Community College’s academics include several one-year and two-year programs leading to diplomas, certificates, and associate’s degrees. Many of these programs are professionally oriented, in fields like health care, information technology and skilled trades. However, MCC does offer a few associate’s degrees designed for transfer to a four-year institution.
To help stimulate the local economy, MCC’s Small Business Center offers training seminars and workshops. These courses are intended for new entrepreneurs seeking to open a start-up business. Some seminars, such as Management and Supervision Fundamentals, result in certification.
Quick Facts about Martin Community College
Small Town Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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