Thanksgiving Closing

MCC will be closed from Thursday, November 26, through Sunday, November 29. Wishing everyone a safe and happy time with family and friends. 

Course Withdrawal Deadline

The deadline for withdrawing from Fall 2020 classes is Monday, December 7. You can withdraw online - with no refund - in Banner self-service. Access your account via myCommNet.

Pass/Fail Option Available for Fall 2020/Spring 2021

Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all students will have the option to convert any grades they earn in any or all of their classes completed during the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters, to Credit for Transfer ( CRT / Credit (CR) / No Credit (NCE) grading – also known as pass/fail. Details here.

New COVID Tracing App

The State of Connecticut has rolled out a COVID-19 Exposure Tracing App, and it is encouraging all students, faculty and staff to sign up. COVID Alert CT sends an anonymous alert to your phone anytime your device has come into close proximity to a person with COVID-19 – all without sharing any personal information, More info and the link to the download instructions can be found on the COVID-19 Student Resources page.

Get Credit for Winter!

Registration for winter courses is open now.. Earn up to four credits per course in just three weeks. All offerings are online. Apply credits to a degree at MCC or transfer to another college or university. Find out more at or view the schedule today. Only $641 for a three-credit course!

News Stories

MCC Streamlines Application and Enrollment Process; Enhances Student Communication

The new enrollment services group provides a more seamless experience as students apply to, enroll and study at the college.

Social Service and Social Work, and Other Information Sessions to be Held Online November 30

Students can register for and attend one or all of the free online 30-minute information sessions, starting at 9 a.m. Participants will have the opportunity to learn more about their program of choice, ask questions and receive enrollment information.

Students Interested in UConn Can Start at MCC and Transfer through Guaranteed Admissions Program

GAP is an agreement between Connecticut community colleges and UConn that provides access and affordability to students who wish to transfer seamlessly to UConn. Students seeking a UConn bachelor’s degree from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; the College of Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources; or the School of Business are eligible for GAP.

Upcoming Information Sessions