|MCC engages the community.|
Welcome to the many Mott Community College services, activities and events that are open to the public. Use this site to view public records and to tell us what you need from MCC.
|Approval Protocols for Primary Research Conducted at MCC
Approval protocols regarding the collection of data that exists in MCC's information systems, as well as direct collection of data from MCC employees, students, or community members via surveys, focus groups, or other methods of direct data collection.
Inexpensive vehicle service at the RTC. Schedule rotates based on classes. Call for appointment 810-762-0575.
MCC Board of Trustees
Board meetings, minutes and agendas, policies and Trustee profiles.
Camps and Clinics
Summer enrichment and sports camps for children of various ages.
The Community of MCC
Find community welcome activities and events, as well as useful Flint area links.Take a virtual tour of MCC.
Community Technology Centers
Citizens use technology as a tool for personal transformation at community access centers throughout the city of Flint.
Conference & Event Services
MCC has wonderful facilities which may be perfect for your group’s activity.
Non-credit classes and seminars are available year-round, in several locations.
Students provide low cost, supervised dental hygiene services provided by appointment.
Use our MCC Events Calendar and select “Open to the Public” for a complete listing.
Bringing to the community prototyping and digital technology capabilities to move ideas to products.
Food on Campus
MCC has something for everyone: quick meal, snack or table-service lunch.
Foundation for MCC
Check the many activities and fund-raisers hosted by the Foundation for MCC including the Ballenger Eminent Persons Lecture Series.
Up-to-date work-out machines and weight room. Pre-requisite classes required.
GED Program – Mott Adult High School
Mott Community College provides a GED/ABE Preparation/Literacy Skills Enhancement Program at it's Workforce Education Center. A GED program available at Zimmerman School on Corunna Road in Flint has proven successful in assisting students in obtaining the recognized equivalent of a high school diploma. For more information, contact Flint school officials at (810) 760-7763.
Gateway to College
Gateway to College (GtC) is designed for young adults ages 16-24 who have dropped out of high school, significantly behind in credits, and not on track to graduate allowing them to complete their high school diploma requirements on a college campus while simultaneously earning college credits towards a degree or certificate.
Gold Card Senior Scholarship
MCC offers a Gold Card Scholarship program for Senior Citizens who have reached the age of 60 or older. The Gold Card also offers a 50% course cost discount for Continuing Education classes.
Read the highlights for important MCC news.
Institute for Medical Simulation
The Institute for Medical Simulation (IMS) provides advanced clinical training for health care professionals in mid-Michigan. The IMS is located in the Mott Community College Southern Lakes Branch Center in Fenton, Michigan.
MCC's park neighbor has undergone a transformation, including an updated athletic field for MCC. Check the calendar for upcoming events.
Residents of Genesee County, who are 18 years of age or older, may apply for a Community Borrower Card. This card allows the borrower to check out two books at a time.
Mott Middle College
MCC hosts the Mott Middle College, a GISD alternative high school experience. Check out the talent in The Steelheads - Percussion Ensemble and the Steel Drum Band.
News & Events
Link to MCC news and publications, as well as to our local and national news sources.
Office of the President
Meet MCC's President Dr. Beverly Walker-Griffea, Ph.D.
Activities, awards, profiles and much more!
Check public data collected by MCC.
MCC offers classes close to you – Fenton, Lapeer, Clio, Howell and more.
Transitions School of Cosmetology
Students offer salon and nail services to the public for small fees.
MCC Photography & Cosmetology students and instructors take part in the national movement Help-Portrait
Video shot and produced by Christi Jones MAET and Photography Student
Several colleges and universities offer classes leading to bachelor, masters or doctoral degrees right on the MCC campus.