Get the academic support you need.

Monroe Community College offers many resources and services to help you strengthen your academic performance. Learn more about the wealth of opportunities that can help you study better, learn more and, ultimately, make the most of your time at MCC.    


  • Academic Calendar
    Find key dates, including important academic events and deadlines, holidays and more.
  • Catalog
    Get course descriptions, financial aid information and everything else you need to know about MCC.
  • Bookstores
    Purchase textbooks, calculators, software and other supplies at our bookstores.
  • Libraries
    Discover how MCC’s libraries can help you achieve academic success.
  • Labs & Learning Centers
    Enjoy free access to computer centers, meet one-on-one with a tutor and much more.
  • College Directory
    Get phone numbers, building and room addresses, and links to web pages for all MCC offices, departments and services.


  • Academic Advisement
    Need help deciding on a major, or planning your path to graduation? MCC’s academic advisors are ready to assist.
  • Tutoring and Academic Help
    Set up free tutoring, arrange personal counseling, sign up for college-survival workshops and more.
  • Career Services
    Get career counseling and interview preparation, and attend job fairs.
  • Counseling Services
    MCC counselors are always available to help you stay focused on your academic, personal and career goals.
  • ESOL & Transitional Studies
    Expand your understanding of English, as well as a new culture, so you can succeed at MCC
  • Global Education & International Services
    Expand your horizons and explore the world, whether you’re an international student coming to the U.S. to study at MCC or hope to study abroad in a foreign country.
  • Placement Testing
    Ensure you’re in the math and English classes that are right for you when you take your MCC placement tests.
  • Academic & Student Affairs
    Make it the best college experience it can be -- let us help you combine learning and student life.