Michigan Community Colleges

Mott Community College


Mission statement

The mission of Mott Community College is to provide high quality, accessible and affordable educational opportunities and services—including programs focused on university transfer, technical and lifelong learning, as well as workforce and economic development—that promote student success, individual development, and improve the overall quality of life in a multicultural community.

Math courses offered

(Courses are linked to Mott Community College’s course description website)
MATH-021 Basic Mathematics
MATH-021A Whole Numbers
MATH-021B Fractions and Decimals
MATH-021C Signed Numbers and Equations
MATH-021D Percents, Proportions and Data
MATH-021E Geometry and Measurement
MATH-100 Math Approaches for Paraprofessionals
MATH-105 Applications Based Mathematics
MATH-110 Beginning Algebra
MATH-120 Intermediate Algebra
MATH-125 Introduction to Graphing Calculators
MATH-128 Technical Mathematics
MATH-130 College Algebra
MATH-140 Trigonometry
MATH-145 Pre-Calculus
MATH-150 Probability and Statistics
MATH-165 Applied Calculus
MATH-170 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I
MATH-180 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II
MATH-210 Math for Elementary Teachers I
MATH-220 Math for Elementary Teachers II
MATH-250 Multivariable Calculus
MATH-268 Differential Equations and Linear Algebra
MATH-270 Linear Algebra
MATH-280 Differential Equations
MATT-094A Technical Arithmetic
MATT-094B Technical Measurement
MATT-094C Technical Measurement
MATT-094D Technical Geometry
MATT-120 Technical Mathematics I
MATT-121 Technical Mathematics II

At a Glance

School Type
District-supported, Coed
Urban 20-acre campus with easy access to Detroit
Degrees Offered
Certificates and Associate
Entrance Difficulty

Options: electronic application, early admission, deferred entrance
Required: high school transcript
Application deadline: 8/31 (freshmen)
Notification: continuous (transfers)
Cost and Financial Aid
Costs (2008-09)
Tuition: Area resident $2795 full-time, $85 per contact hour part-time; state resident $4184 full-time, $127 per contact hour part-time; nonresident $5584 full-time, $169 per contact hour part-time. Full-time tuition and fees vary according to course load. Part-time tuition and fees vary according to course load
Required fees: $114 full-time, $57 per term part-time
Payment plan: Installment
Waivers: Employees or children of employees

Financial Aid
Of all full-time matriculated undergraduates who enrolled in 2001, 258 Federal Work-Study jobs (averaging $1000). 300 state and other part-time jobs (averaging $1000)
Majors and Degrees
Degrees Offered
Certificates and Associate
Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services
Accounting Technology and Bookkeeping; Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Science; Business Administration and Management; Business/Commerce; Entrepreneurship; Information Resources Management; International Business/Trade/Commerce; Management Information Systems; Marketing/Marketing Management; Office Management
Communications Technologies/Technicians And Support Services
Communications Technology
Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services
Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services Related; Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications
Early Childhood Education; Teacher Assistant/Aide
Engineering Technologies/Technicians
Architectural Engineering Technology; Drafting and Design Technology; Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engineering Technology; Engineering Technologies Related; Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology; Manufacturing Technology; Mechanical Drafting and CAD/CADD; Mechanical Engineering/Mechanical Technology; Quality Control Technology; Survey Technology
Family And Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences
Child Care Provision; Foodservice Systems Administration
Foreign Languages, Literatures, And Linguistics
Sign Language Interpretation and Translation
Health Professions And Related Clinical Sciences
Community Health Services Counseling; Dental Assisting; Dental Hygiene; Emergency Medical Technology (EMT Paramedic); Histologic Technician; Medical Administrative Assistant and Medical Secretary; Medical Radiologic Technology; Nursing (Registered Nurse Training); Occupational Therapist Assistant; Physical Therapist Assistant; Respiratory Care Therapy
Legal Professions And Studies
Legal Administrative Assistant/Secretary
Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities
General Studies; Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies
Mechanic And Repair Technologies/Technicians
Autobody/Collision and Repair Technology; Automobile/Automotive Mechanics Technology
Personal And Culinary Services
Baking and Pastry Arts; Culinary Arts; Salon/Beauty Salon Management
Precision Production
Precision Production Related
Security And Protective Services
Criminal Justice/Police Science; Fire Protection and Safety Technology
Visual And Performing Arts
Graphic Design; Photography

Student Body
Undergraduate Student Population
10,455 undergraduate students, 61% women, 39% men, 4% transferred in, 19% African American, 0.7% Asian American or Pacific Islander, 2% Hispanic American, 1% Native American
International Population

Campus Life
Housing: College housing not available
Activities: Student-run newspaper, choral group, Criminal Justice Association, Phi Theta Kappa, Dental Assisting Club, Connoisseur's Club, Social Work Club
Most popular organizations: Criminal Justice Association, Phi Theta Kappa, Dental Assisting Club, Connoisseur's Club, Social Work Club
Campus security: 24-hour emergency response devices and patrols, student patrols, late-night transport/escort service
Student services: Health clinic, personal/psychological counseling

Academic Programs
Special study options: Academic remediation for entering students, accelerated degree program, adult/continuing education programs, advanced placement credit, cooperative education, distance learning, double majors, English as a second language, honors programs, independent study, internships, part-time degree program, services for LD students, summer session for credit
School Calendar: Semesters

Total: 467
Full-time: 30% full-time
Student/faculty ratio: 24:1

Member: NJCAA
Scholarship sports
Baseball (m), basketball, cross-country running, golf (m), softball (w), volleyball (w)
Intramural sports
Cheerleading W(c), wrestling M(c)
Intercollegiate sports
Baseball M(s), basketball M(s)/W(s), cross-country running M(s)/W(s), golf M(s), softball W(s), volleyball W(s)

School Facilities
Main Library Name: Charles Stewart Mott Library
Collection: 96,910 titles; 277 serial subscriptions;
Endowment: $40.5 million

Contact Info
Ms. Delores Deen, Executive Dean of Student Services
Mott Community College
1401 East Court Street
Flint, MI 48503
Phone: 810-762-0315
Toll-free: 800-852-8614
Fax: 810-232-9442