Memorial Day Closing
The college will be closed Saturday, May 27, through Monday, May 29, in observance of Memorial Day.
Make Tuition Payment Arrangements Now
The tuition payment plan for Fall classes is available now. The payment plan requires 20 percent down, and the remainder paid monthly through October 1. You may enroll in the payment plan by logging onto myCommNet. If you do not enroll in the payment plan, tuition is due in full on July 18, 2017; fees are due at the time of registration in order to secure your seat in the courses.
Commencement Info Now Available
Planning on participating in the Commencement ceremony on May 25? Here are the details.
Thinking of Taking Summer Classes?
Registration for summer classes is now open; the schedule is available for viewing online. Start planning to get your degree faster by taking accelerated coursework this summer. Download the catalog or find out more about summer session classes.
Hundreds of Classes for Personal and Professional Development
The Summer credit-free catalog is now available online. Take a painting or gardening class, learn to ride a motorcycle or helm a boat, or find a new career as a real estate agent or a certified nurse aid.. Classes are offered both on campus and online.
Summer Programs for Grades K-8
Manchester Community College has announced the Class of 2017 recipients of the Regional Advisory Council and President’s Student Awards. Margery Booker is the Regional Advisory Council Award winner and the President’s Student Award goes to Stephanie Delgado.
Manchester Community College will present Barry Kelly, president and CEO of Kelser Corporation, with an associate degree in humane letters honoris causa at the college’s 53rd Commencement Ceremony.
Professor Lucy Hurston to Serve as MCC Faculty Fellow for Community Engagement; Will Help Drive ICEO Activities
Lucy Hurston ’93, department chair of sociology, has been named the 2017-2018 faculty fellow for community engagement. In this role, Professor Hurston succeeds Professor Megan Finley, who served with distinction as the faculty fellow from 2015 to 2017.
More than 70 MCC students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, the oldest and largest international honor society serving two-year colleges.