About Mohave Community College

About Mohave Community College

Mission Statement

“MCC serves our communities, empowering students to succeed through innovative pathways and quality education.”


MCC is a comprehensive community college serving approximately 6,000 students each year. Our In-State Tuition is $81 per credit hour. We serve the northwest portion of the State of Arizona and neighboring communities in California, Nevada and Utah.

MCC has campuses in Kingman, Lake Havasu City, Bullhead City and Colorado City, and an extensive online degree program – MCC Online.

The college offers more than 80 associate degree and certificate options in 40 programs.  Our classes provide students with the skills, training and education they need for rewarding careers, and the academic foundation to go on to a university for a bachelor’s degree and higher.

Mohave Community College strives to meet the growing workforce needs of business and industry and to provide opportunities for small business development.  

The college also offers an extensive list of non-credit Community & Corporate Education classes. 

Individuals who would like to support students through donations to college scholarship funds can do so through the Mohave Community College Foundation.

MCC strives to provide high quality, affordable and accessible higher education to all who seek it

Mohave Community College has a 50-year history of providing affordable access to quality higher education and meeting the needs of the communities it serves.

We strive to help improve the lives of our students and the communities in the MCC District.  We are an economic engine providing strong workforce training and collaborating with our K-12 and university partners.

We care about our students, and for them we create and maintain state-of-the-art learning facilities.  We cherish our alumni and donors, and deliver the right academic programs to meet the needs of the region.

  • 5602
    Total students
  • 13:1
    Student to teacher ratio
  • 867
    Degrees & certificates awarded/yr

10 Reasons to Choose MCC


MCC strives to make college affordable for everyone.  We encourage everyone to fill out the FAFSA because you may qualify for a grant that covers everything. MCC also has scholarships and payment plans. Those seeking a bachelor’s degree should start first at MCC and then transfer to a university as a junior.  This will save on average $15,000 in tuition alone, plus living expenses if you live at home while attending MCC.


MCC offers a more than 80 associate degrees and certificates tailored to provide you with the knowledge and skills expected by business, industry, government and educational centers around the world.  Our class schedules are flexible to fit your life style.


100% pf MCC’s full-time faculty have at least a master’s degree, and approximately 30 percent have earned their doctorate. In addition to these professionals, the college has more than 300 highly experienced and dedicated associate faculty.

Personal Attention

The in-class student-to-teacher ratio at MCC averages 13-to-1; that means you get hands-on learning and one-on-one time with instructors. You are not a number at MCC, you are an individual our faculty and employees care about.

Tools for success

MCC provides students the right tools to succeed.  Students will learn in hi-tech educational facilities, with cutting edge instructional support materials. Our Allied Health Sciences and Career and Technical Education training labs are designed to be as close to real-life industry settings as you can get.

Smooth transfer of credits

When students successfully complete an Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) degree, admission into an Arizona state university is guaranteed!  MCC works closely with our university partners to ensure credits earned while obtaining an MCC degree will transfer smoothly to the universities in Arizona and many other universities across the country.

Preparatory services

If you don’t think you are ready for college, we can help. Our Pre-college Studies division is dedicated to helping those who need fundamental education skills to prepare for college course work.  You can go from earning your GED to a college degree right here at MCC.

Enhanced earning potential

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, those who complete an associate’s degree will earn, on average, 33 percent more than high school graduates.  Research shows an MCC graduate will earn approximately $725,000 more in life than a person who only has a high school diploma.

Great support services

MCC offers various support services: free tutoring, 24/7 counseling, computer labs, accommodations for documented disabilities and more.


We recognize that there is more to life than studying. Student clubs, on-campus activities, classroom experiences and field study all offer the chance to meet new people, make new friends, inspire others and enhance your life.

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Mohave Community College is committed to providing equal employment, education and advancement opportunity to individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, genetic information, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, political beliefs, criminal record or any other legally protected class, in any of its policies, practices or procedures. MCC is an equal opportunity employer. The college shall promote equal opportunity and treatment on a continuing basis through a positive and ongoing equal opportunity program. For inquiries regarding this policy contact Danette Bristle in the Center for Teaching and Learning, 3400 HWY 95, Bullhead City (928) 704-9480 dbristle@mohave.edu or Jennifer Picard in Employee Services, 1971 Jagerson Ave., Kingman (928) 681-5624 jpicard@mohave.edu.


Additional Information

Accreditation Information
Board of Governors
Campus Safety
College Area Overview
Facilities Use & Rental
History Of Leadership
History of MCC
Human Resources
Institutional Research
MCC Foundation
Mission, Goals, Values Vision Statement
President’s Message of Respect, Support & Acceptance
Transfer Partners & Institutional Affiliations

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