Manchester Community College is the most popular two-year college choice among recent Connecticut high school grads and 4th out of all colleges and universities.
Course offerings for the remainder of the Fall 2021 semester are limited. The next 8-week session begins on October 18.
New Students (First time in college, or new to MCC)
- Get started by applying online. Please note that the Winter 2021/Spring 2022 application will not be available until October 1, 2021. Fill out the form, provide proof of high school or college graduation or GED, and submit proof of two doses of measles, mumps, rubella and varicella immunizations and you’ll be on your way to a degree or certificate.
- Send in your SAT scores or HS Transcript. If you are transferring to MCC, send an official transcript from your previous institution.
- Check out MCC’s Accepted Students page.
- Attend the virtual New Student Orientation where you will learn about the tools necessary to succeed at MCC and have the opportunity to connect with an advisor.
- Connect with your advisor/register for courses.
Register one of two ways:
Still have questions?
Contact one of the Enrollment Services offices:
- Issues with applying to the college
- Questions about transfer evaluations, AP credits, etc.
- Registering for courses, transferring to another college
- Questions about Financial aid, FAFSA, etc.
- Registration for new/first year students
- New Student Orientation
- Questions about prerequisite overrides, transcripts, enrollment verification, immunizations, etc.
Paying for Your Classes
Make sure you put together a solid plan for paying your tuition. If you haven’t already, apply for financial aid and, please note, you have to apply each year.
There may also be some scholarship money available. The library has put together an online guide that might help.
Don’t go through the process of designing your ideal schedule just to be dropped for non-payment. Plan early.
About Online Courses
Although MCC’s online courses provide flexibility that allow students to access information and participate in course discussions anytime and anywhere via a computer and an Internet connection, these are not self-paced courses. Just as in any MCC course, students will have weekly deadlines for assignments, discussions and assessments. The content and expectations in an online course are the same as in an on-campus course at MCC. Online courses require a great deal of reading and writing, as well as strong computer literacy and time management skills. Students should review the information on the ETDL website at www.manchestercc.edu/blackboard. This site includes information about how to log into Blackboard Learn, where to get help, technical requirements for your computer and other resources.