MCC encourages active citizenship and embraces the diversity of people and ideas.
MCC delivers cutting-edge instruction and service.
MCC upholds the highest standards of ethics and public stewardship.
MCC champions individual student success that reflects the highest academic standards.
MCC makes a positive difference in the lives of our students, community members, and each other through meaningful relationships.
Everyone here at MCC is enrolled in your success. It doesn't just take brains and books to achieve academic success, it takes the guidance of dedicated faculty who don't simply teach, but inspire, motivate, counsel, and collaborate. The student ratio of 21 to 1 has been proven to support student performance and 98.5% of students reported that they were satisfied/very satisfied with the quality of instruction that these smaller classes afford.
47% of MCC’s students plan to transfer to another college or university.
33% take courses to prepare to enter the job market, improve skills for a present job, or change careers.
16% take classes for personal interest.
4% indicate intent other than those listed above.
338 full-time faculty members (nearly one third hold a doctoral degree)
970 adjunct faculty
392 administrative, professional and support staff
MCC students rate their relationships with faculty and the overall quality of instruction highly.
Students can choose from a wide range of program options suited to their learning needs: prepare to transfer to a university, start a career, upgrade skills needed for the workplace, or pursue personal interests.
Transfer Courses And Degrees – Associate in Arts, Associate in Business, Associate in Science, Associate in Transfer Partnership, Associate in General Studies, and the Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) – a 35-credit hour block of general education courses.
Career And Technical Programs And Degrees – over 150 Associate of Applied Science degrees and Certificates of Completion designed for students to improve career options or enter the job market.
Continuing And Community Education – hundreds of non-credit personal interest classes provide opportunities for lifelong learning in the arts, technology, fitness and personal development for all age groups.