Office of the Chief Executive Officer

Welcome to MCC!

At Manchester Community College, our top priority is ensuring your success. We are here to help you plan to transfer, earn a certificate or an associate degree, learn new skills, enrich your life or make the leap into the workforce.  Whatever your needs, our faculty and staff and your fellow classmates are here to help you get started, stay on track and achieve your educational and lifelong aspirations.

For more than 50 years, we have served our community. With more than 80 certificate and degree programs, MCC provides a superior and affordable education for approximately 12,000 students each year on its campus and online in allied health, business, communication, computer science and technology, criminal justice, culinary arts, early childhood education, engineering, graphic design, human and social services, liberal arts and sciences, music, visual fine arts and more. We also serve the community via cultural offerings through our art galleries, musical events, great books lectures and theater programs. In addition, we offer summer youth programs and career training programs through our Continuing Education Division. Each year, we are able to touch the lives of more than 20,000 area residents.

At MCC, we are learner-focused. We believe in and live the ideal of lifelong learning and personal enrichment. So, whether you are here to earn a certificate or an associate degree and transfer to a CSU, UConn, Trinity, Quinnipiac, Columbia or Cornell, we are the place to be. If you decide to take a course to bolster your language skills in preparation for a job interview or a trip abroad, or you are attempting to impress your family and friends by learning a new baking technique, we are the place to be. If you are joining a chorale group for the first time with hopes of one day performing in Budapest, we are the place to be. We welcome you, we believe in you, and we want you to know we are here to serve.

Warmest regards, and all the best,

Tanya Millner, Ed.D.
Interim CEO

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