Manchester Community College


Manchester Community College (MCC) offers more that 90 degrees and certificates. MCC is also the largest of the state community colleges and serves nearly 6,000 students every year.

Manchester offers many degrees and certificates in a variety of fields including graphic design, computer network technology and communication in seven areas of study.

The business program at MCC is situated for students looking to take courses in accounting, business administration, and marketing. Students may choose a business degree with an entrepreneurship option that prepares graduates who want to start their own business.

There is also an Engineering and Technology department at MCC that offers classes in computer science, engineering science and technology studies. The technology studies degree has track options in industrial, electronics and CAD technology. The Technology Studies Associates degree is a program that is partnered with the Connecticut College of Technology Pathways program that allows students to take their courses at Manchester.

The Social Service Associates degree is designed for students who want diverse employment opportunities. Options include criminal justice and early childhood education.

Certificate Programs include medical insurance specialist, computer maintenance technology and gerontology.

MCC also offers online classes and flexible continuing education courses designed for working adults.

Manchester Community College is accredited by the Board of Governors for Higher Education and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

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Information Summary

Ranks 20th in New Hampshire and 2757th overall. See the entire top 2,000 colleges and universities list
Overall Score (about) 54.1
Total Cost On-Campus Attendance $9,270
Admission Success rate N/A
Student Ratio Students-to-Faculty 16 : 1
Retention (full-time / part-time) 68% / 68%
Enrollment Total (all students) 2,574


Applicants to Manchester Community College must be graduates of an approved high school or hold a GED. In order to receive the in-state tuition rate, students must live in the state of Connecticut for at least one full year before the first class of the semester.

All students must present proof of immunizations and a completed application. The school will charge a non-refundable fee with the application.

Students applying for careers in the health field must fill out a separate application in addition to the new student application.

Applications may be filled out online.


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Financial Aid

Students must show proof of a high school diploma or equivalent and must be enrolled into a program at least half time to be considered for financial aid.

The school offers many types of loans and grants including the Federal Work Study and Federal Family Education Loan Program.

Scholarships include the MCC Scholarship Program and the Connecticut Aid to Public Colleges fund.

Student Financial Aid Details

Ranks 5219th for the average student loan amount.
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Manchester Community College was founded in 1963 in Manchester, Connecticut. The campus of MCC is located on 160 acres consisting of large wooded areas and open spaces.

There are three relatively known buildings on campus; The Learning Resource Center, the Arts, Sciences and Technologies Center and the Frederick Lowe Building. The college’s courtyard is known as “The Village” and houses the musical arts program.

The Hans Weiss Newspace Gallery and fine arts studio is on the campus of MCC.

There are more than 35 student clubs on campus including business organizations and an Internet radio station.

The Fitness Center at MCC is open to all students and offers weight training facilities as well as courses in kickboxing and fencing.

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MCC offers four sports teams with intercollegiate programs. These include men and women’s soccer, men’s baseball and women’s basketball.

The Cougars compete in Region 21 of the NJCAA.

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