Monroe Community College, located in Rochester, NY, is the largest college in upstate New York. Founded in 1961, MCC is a teaching institution — a college that has developed in response to the community’s demands for extended educational opportunities beyond the traditional secondary school experience. One 0f 30 community colleges within the State University of New York (SUNY) system, MCC offers 83 different career, certificate and transfer programs of study at its two campuses and four extension sites. Ranked among the top one percent of associate degree granting institutions in the country, the College enrolls approximately 36,000 students each year and is the college of choice for sixty percent of Monroe County students who attend college part time. In addition to being recognized as one of the most innovative community colleges in North America by the League for Innovation in the Community College, MCC is also one of SUNY’s leading providers of online courses. Through 14 intercollegiate sports teams, a wide variety of community services learning opportunities, overseas coursework and 57 different student clubs and organizations, MCC supports activities that expand knowledge of gender, race, groups and cultures. The College is a community made up of individuals who reflect differences in nationality, culture, ethnicity, religion, color, skill, physical ability and sexual orientation. It is a community that believes acknowledging and celebrating our diversity is essential to maintaining academic freedom and inquiry. The College is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
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