Monroe Community College is a unit of the State University of New York (SUNY), and is one of only twenty community colleges across North America selected for board membership with the League of Innovation in Community Colleges. Founded in 1961, MCC prides itself on providing an affordable, quality education for more than 18,000 students in the Rochester area. MCC is a large institution offering over 80 programs across two main campuses, two specialized centers and various community sites.
Monroe Community College is many things: a place to continue learning and acquire career skills, a foundation for a four-year degree, a center for academic and cultural opportunities, a vital catalyst for workforce development, and so much more. Nationally ranked and recognized as one of the most innovative community colleges in North America, MCC is also one of the best academic values in the country.