MCC prides itself on maintaining high academic standards and retaining quality faculty who are focused on student learning and success.

The college encourages lifelong learning and offers three pathways for students:

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Academic transfer

Students earn an associate’s degree in arts, business or science and simultaneously complete the first two years of study toward a bachelor’s degree. By starting first at MCC, then transferring to one of our university partners, students save thousands of dollars in tuition.

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Career and technical education

In 2 years or fewer, MCC prepares many students for high-demand, high-paying careers in a variety of fields including medical, industrial technology, computer technology, public safety and more. CTE students can earn associate of applied science degrees and/or certificates.

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Non-credit courses

From arts & crafts to motorcycle training and yoga! MCC offers Community Education classes for fun, friendship & personal enrichment. MCC also offers corporate outreach focusing on business skills and management training.

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Kingman Rotary Club donates to foundation for scholarships

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College Foundation received a check donation of $1,000 from the Kingman Rotary. The rotary donates every year to the foundation to go toward scholarships for students. From left to right, Bill Branes, Bill McClure, MCC Kingman-Neal campus Dean Dr. Fred Gilbert, Karen Brown and Lorraine Leeming.   

MCC financial aid director selected for fellowship seminar series

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College will have one of its employees as a Fellow at The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership during the Flinn-Brown Fellowship seminar series.    The Fellowship helps experienced civic leaders from throughout Arizona expand their knowledge, skills, and networks to help address Arizona’s long-term issues. Heather Patenaude, MCC Financial Aid Director, is one Read more about MCC financial aid director selected for fellowship seminar series[…]

Dr. Klippenstein’s message to students about the new 2020-2026 Strategic Plan

Dear Students, The MCC Strategic Plan 2020 – 2026 marks an important milestone, and it demonstrates our commitment to serving you and our communities.  Thanks to so many of you, the new strategic plan is built directly upon the feedback of the entire college community—and student voices played prominently in its development.  The strategic plan Read more about Dr. Klippenstein’s message to students about the new 2020-2026 Strategic Plan[…]

Live virtual classes at MCC could be perfect for you

Fall classes at MCC start August 24 and the enrollment window is now open. The college has a mix of online, remote and on campus classes to help students stay healthy during the pandemic. The remote classes are virtual classrooms that bridge the gap between online and on campus classes.  As one MCC instructor described Read more about Live virtual classes at MCC could be perfect for you[…]