Longview Non-Credit

How to get Started
Office Location

Business Building, Room 101
500 SW Longview Rd.
Lee's Summit, MO 64081

Call to enroll.
Phone: 816.604.2030

Office Hours

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These noncredit online classes offer flexibility and convenience. Classes run for six weeks, and consist of 12 lessons.


Community Education

Whatever your interests, the MCC-Longview Community Education Department has what you are looking for when it comes to education for enrichment and fun.

Whether it is finding life’s purpose, exploring the art of meditation, planning for retirement, or taking a household plumbing workshop, you can find that perfect class and instructor at MCC-Longview. 

Search the wide variety of other classes offered by MCC-Longview on our classes page.


Featured Class

Beginning Japanese

This course makes it easy and enjoy­able for beginners to master the essen­tials of the Japanese language. Learn vocabulary words to introduce yourself. Practice useful conversational phrases for having a brief conversation and traveling in Japan. Learn how to write Japanese (Hiragana). We'll practice drills and dialogue, do interactive exercises and gain cultural knowledge.

Instructor: Eriko Otsuka Wehmeyer
Dates: 10 Tuesdays, Starts September 16
Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Fee: $109, includes the book Japanese for Busy People I


Special Events

Join us for the third annual Silents Night. A evening of silent movies at the MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center

Silents Nights

Along with a host of classes that will suit anyone's interest, the MCC-Longview Community Education department also sponsors a number of arts and cultural events throughout the year, including the MCC-Longview Flights of Fancy Kite Festival, the largest single-day kite festival in the Midwest.

Click on the Classes tab above to explore all of our class offerings this coming semester.

Browse our class offerings and enroll today!

We provide students of all ages with a wealth of opportunities for personal development, skills development, cultural enrichment and recreational enjoyment. Each semester hundreds of students enroll in our non-credit classes, which cover many interests and disciplines, including art, writing, technology, photography, music and more.

Last Modified: 9/12/14