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Contact Information

(810)762-0224
elearning@mcc.edu

Member of:

Michigan Online Colleges    ETOM - Education Technology Organization of Michigan

 

Online Education

MCC's online opportunities include:

  • WWW Courses - totally online classes and programs
  • WCA Courses - mostly online classes with some campus attendance
  • Hybrid Courses - some online classes with designated dates for campus attendance

Before you jump into online education at MCC, every student must successfully complete the DLES session.
Without this credit on your record, you will not be able to register for online classes.
To register for DLES please contact the e-Learning office at (810) 762-0224 or e-Learning@mcc.edu
See rest of the action plan to be a successful online student.

At MCC, we know that you life is busy and demanding. Let our online options help you get your degree while you juggle work, childcare, personal responsibilities, etc.

online learning ~ learning at home

Is e-Learning right for you?

Find out if you are a "good fit" for the online learning environment.
Take the Is e-Learning / Online Right for Me Quiz

As an online student, there are many advantages which include flexibility in completing assignments. Switching study days as life intervenes allows the student to stay up to date with their classwork. In an e-Learning class you communicate with your instructor or classmates while in the comfort of your own environment. Instructional materials may be accessed anywhere there is an internet connection. e-Learning allows your education to continue while you manage your busy lifestyle.

Online classes (WWW,WCA,HYB) are NOT easier than traditional on-campus classes. Not everyone is cut out to be an online student. There will be deadlines and accountability. e-Learning students need to be self-motivated, highly organized, and independent learners. Take this short quiz to see if e-Learning is right for you.

Other e-Learning / online information

Our online classes (WWW, WCA, and HYB) are fully accredited college courses that follow the college’s academic calendar. MCC is also a member of the Michigan Colleges Online. This Collaborative is designed to allow current Michigan Community College students to take courses from other member colleges while still receiving support services at a convenient “home” college. Find out more at: http://micollegesonline.org/

e-Learning no longer limited to Michigan residents

National Council for State Authorization Reciporcity AgreementsMott Community College participates in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA).
Find out if your state / institution is part of this reciprocity agreement.

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