Mohave Community College is comprised of four campus locations. MCC also uses Distance Education to provide remote instruction for people throughout the rural communities of the county.
Bullhead City is located along the Colorado River across from Laughlin, Nev., the third largest gaming industry community in Nevada. Laughlin is the primary employer for the residents of Bullhead City. The campus serves students from the surrounding areas of Mohave Valley, Fort Mohave, Needles, Calif., and Laughlin.
Kingman is the county seat and is located on Interstate 40. Kingman’s initial economy was built on mining and ranching; however, with the closure of the local mines, light industry, tourism and service industries have begun to drive the local economy.
Lake Havasu City
Lake Havasu City is located on Lake Havasu, one of four major lakes on the Colorado River. Lake Havasu City, home of the London Bridge, is a modern, planned community; it is also a well-known tourist destination. While its local economy includes some light manufacturing, it is primarily a tourism-based economy.
North Mohave County
This area, which is separated from the rest of the MCC campuses by the Grand Canyon, is served by a campus in Colorado City. Colorado City shares a border with Hildale, Utah and serves the residents of the Paiute/Kaibab Indian Reservation. The campus also attracts many students from Hurricane and St. George, Utah.