MCC prides itself on maintaining high academic standards and retaining quality faculty who are focused on student learning and success.

The college encourages lifelong learning and offers three pathways for students:

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Academic transfer

Students earn an associate’s degree in arts, business or science and simultaneously complete the first two years of study toward a bachelor’s degree. By starting first at MCC, then transferring to one of our university partners, students save thousands of dollars in tuition.

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Career and technical education

In 2 years or fewer, MCC prepares many students for high-demand, high-paying careers in a variety of fields including medical, industrial technology, computer technology, public safety and more. CTE students can earn associate of applied science degrees and/or certificates.

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Non-credit courses

From arts & crafts to motorcycle training and yoga! MCC offers Community Education classes for fun, friendship & personal enrichment. MCC also offers corporate outreach focusing on business skills and management training.

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MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – June 2021

The MCC Newsroom shares the college news and events, along with faculty, staff and student stories from Mohave Community College.  Each month the team puts together an easy to watch newscast called the “Mohave Minutes.”  It is intended to be a quick source of information to keep you updated on what’s happening at the college’s Read more about MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – June 2021[…]

MCC graduate says college helped her find career passion, path to success

MOHAVE COUNTY – Elizabeth Najera is a Mohave Community College alumna who went from being an MCC Bighorn to an NAU Lumberjack, and is on her way to quickly becoming a future teacher.   Najera said she started college at MCC because of its affordability, small class sizes and excellent faculty.  She graduated a year early from Read more about MCC graduate says college helped her find career passion, path to success[…]

MCC English Instructor Shares Firsthand Experience with Anti-Asian Racism

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College English Instructor John Hansen recently wrote about his experiences with anti-Asian racism and it was published by The National Council of Teachers of English.  It is called “The Other Pandemic: Anti-Asian Sentiment”. It was published during the month of May, which was Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.  Read more about MCC English Instructor Shares Firsthand Experience with Anti-Asian Racism[…]

Free drive-in movie to celebrate MCC 50th Anniversary

KINGMAN – The Mohave Community College Foundation Kingman Chapter and Anderson Toyota invite the public to a FREE Drive-In Movie event to celebrate MCC’s 50th Anniversary! The college was founded in 1971, and the MCC foundation will be showing the 1971 release of Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory. There will be a concession stand Read more about Free drive-in movie to celebrate MCC 50th Anniversary[…]