Michigan Community Colleges

Monroe County Community College


Mission statement

Monroe County Community College provides a variety of higher education opportunities to enrich the lives of the residents of Monroe County.

Math Classes Offered (Course titles are linked to PDF course descriptions)

MATH 090 - Basic Mathematics Skills
MATH 118 - Introduction to Metric Systems
MATH 121 - Technical Mathematics I
MATH 124 - Technical Mathematics II
MATH 125 - Mathematics for Allied Health
MATH 150 - Beginning Algebra
MATH 151 - Intermediate Algebra
MATH 154 - Mathematics Explorations
MATH 156 - Math for Elementary Teachers I
MATH 157 - College Algebra
MATH 159 - Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry
MATH 160 - Math Applications in Engineering Technology
MATH 162 - Introduction to Statistics
MATH 164 - Precalculus
MATH 166 - Math for Elementary Teachers II
MATH 171 - Calculus I
MATH 172 - Calculus II
MATH 251 - Introduction to Linear Algebra
MATH 271 - Calculus III
MATH 273 - Introduction to Differential Equations

At a Glance

School Type
County-supported, Coed
Small-town 150-acre campus with easy access to Detroit and Toledo
Degrees Offered
Certificates and Associate
Entrance Difficulty
Noncompetitive , 100% of applicants were admitted
Application Deadlines
Rolling (transfers)

Admission: 1,700 applied; 1,698 admitted; 769 enrolled Average high school GPA: 2.5
Options: early admission, deferred entrance
Application fee: $25
Required: high school transcript
Application deadline: rolling (transfers)
Notification: continuous (freshmen), continuous (transfers)
Cost and Financial Aid
Costs (2008-09)
Tuition: Area resident $2190 full-time; state resident $3630 full-time; nonresident $4020 full-time
Required fees: $50 full-time
Payment plan: Installment
Waivers: Senior citizens and employees or children of employees

Majors and Degrees
Degrees Offered
Certificates and Associate
Biological And Biomedical Sciences
Biology/Biological Sciences
Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services
Accounting; Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Science; Business Administration and Management; Finance; Marketing/Marketing Management
Communication, Journalism And Related Programs
Journalism; Mass Communication/Media
Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services
Computer and Information Sciences Related; Computer Graphics; Computer Programming (Specific Applications); Data Processing and Data Processing Technology; Information Technology; Web Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design; Web/Multimedia Management and Webmaster; Word Processing
Elementary Education
Engineering Technologies/Technicians
Architectural Engineering Technology; Computer Engineering Technology; Drafting and Design Technology; Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engineering Technology; Industrial Technology
English Language And Literature/Letters
English; Speech and Rhetoric
Family And Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences
Child Development
Health Professions And Related Clinical Sciences
Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology; Medical Administrative Assistant and Medical Secretary; Nursing (Registered Nurse Training); Physical Therapy; Respiratory Care Therapy; Veterinary Sciences
Legal Professions And Studies
Legal Administrative Assistant/Secretary
Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities
Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies
Mathematics And Statistics
Personal And Culinary Services
Culinary Arts; Funeral Service and Mortuary Science
Precision Production
Welding Technology
Public Administration And Social Service Professions
Social Work
Security And Protective Services
Criminal Justice/Police Science; Criminal Justice/Safety
Visual And Performing Arts

Student Body
Undergraduate Student Population
4,433 undergraduate students, 59% women, 41% men, 5% transferred in, 2% African American, 0.6% Asian American or Pacific Islander, 2% Hispanic American, 0.6% Native American
International Population
0.4% representing 1 other country

Campus Life
Housing: College housing not available
Activities: Drama/theater group, student-run newspaper, choral group, student government, Society of Auto Engineers, Oasis, Nursing Students Organization
Most popular organizations: Student government, Society of Auto Engineers, Oasis, Nursing Students Organization
Campus security: Police patrols during open hours

Academic Programs
Special study options: Academic remediation for entering students, advanced placement credit, independent study, part-time degree program, services for LD students, summer session for credit
School Calendar: Semesters

Total: 201
Full-time: 27% full-time

Intramural sports
Soccer M/W, volleyball M/W

School Facilities
Main Library Name: Campbell Learning Resource Center
Collection: 47,352 titles; 321 serial subscriptions;

Contact Info
Mr. Mark V. Hall, Director of Admissions and Guidance Services
Monroe County Community College
1555 South Raisinville Road
Monroe, MI 48161
Phone: 734-384-4261
Toll-free: 877-YES MCCC
Fax: 734-242-9711

Non US Students
Students can start in fall, winter, spring, or summer.
Application Deadline
8/1. Transfers accepted from institutions abroad.
Financial Aid
International transfer students are eligible to apply for aid.
International student adviser on campus.