Students Can Get Credit for Prior Real-World Experience in MCC’s Criminal Justice Programs – Enroll Today
Prospective students with work experience or related training in the criminal justice field may be eligible to receive academic credit for their experiences, putting them on the fast track to completion at Manchester Community College. MCC’s criminal justice degree and certificate programs prepare students for career opportunities in the criminal justice field, as well as transfer to bachelor’s degree programs.
MCC to Hold Free Admissions Information Sessions November 17 and throughout December for Prospective Students
Participants will receive an overview of the admission and financial aid processes, program offerings, transfer options and various resources available to students. Each session will also include time for questions and answers following the presentation.
The first dinner, with a “Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)” theme, begins at 7 p.m. Other dinners are scheduled for November 10 and December 1, also at 7 p.m. The cost is $15 per person. COVID protocols apply to all on-campus activities.