“Meet” with us!
We are still here! Just in a slightly different capacity. We are able to offer several options for information sessions for admissions and financial aid, Q&As to ask whatever questions you may have, a virtual Open House, as well as individual virtual meetings. See the links to register below.
If you would like to meet virtually with someone one-on-one – either virtually or in person – please fill out this form and someone will be available and in touch when requested.
Meet with an Enrollment Staff Member.
Are you the parent or family member of a future MCC student? Find the answers to your questions on our Parents & Family Members page.
Costs and Facts
Tuition and fees are low and the class sizes are small. The environment is student-centered and student life is very active.
We encourage students to submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) if they are looking for financial assistance. Once submitted, students can access their MCC-specific financial aid package via the college’s student information portal, myCommNet.
Applicants are required to provide high school transcripts/GED or proof of college completion and immunizations showing immunity to MMR and Varicella (chicken pox).
Tours: Currently, all campus tours are on hold indefinitely. We encourage you to sign up for a Virtual Admissions Information Session.
|Interim Associate Director of Admissions||Jeanette Rivera Epps||860-512-3214|
|Secretary II||Katherine Jones||860-512-3213|
|Enrollment Services Coordinator||Takia S. Lugo||860-512-3218|
|Enrollment Services Coordinator||Elijah A. Oliver||860-512-3215|
|Enrollment Services Coordinator||Mariah Thomas||860-512-3216|
|Director of Strategic Enrollment Management||Sara Vincent||860-512-3212|
Admissions Office Hours
The Admissions Office is currently open by Appointment ONLY. Staff is on-site on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and other times by appointment.
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (referred to as the Clery Act) is a federal law that requires institutions of higher education to disclose crime statistics for crimes occurring either on or in the immediate area of campus to new and prospective students.