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Adult Learners: Return. Learn. Earn.

Stay competitive.

Thousands of adult learners choose MCC for its variety of high-quality programs, and recognized adult student support services like free tutoring, advising and even help with job placement after they reach their academic goal.  Weeknight, weekend, and online classes mean flexibility to learn on your time and the freedom to create your work-life balance. At MCC, you can join peers in retraining and getting the skills you need.

Adult Learner Night, June 22 at 6 P.M.

Please join us virtually to learn more about becoming a student at Metropolitan Community College. This event is designed to help you learn how classes or a degree can help you get promoted, learn new skills for a career change, or finish the degree you already started.

During this session, you will be able to learn more and ask questions about MCC's evening, weekend, and online classes that offer flexibility for your life.

Register online for the live event

MCC offers two types of degree plans: the transfer degree of Associate in Arts (A.A.) and the career degree of Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.).

Earning an associate degree at MCC helps you

  • Get promoted
  • Learn new skills for a career change
  • Finish the degree you started
  • Earn stackable certificates
  • Transfer credits to continue your education

Guaranteed Evening and Weekend Scheduling

Beginning in fall 2020, Metropolitan Community College is offering guaranteed evening and weekend courses that will allow you to earn your Associate Degree in two years. To learn more about the campuses, programs and course schedules, click the links below:

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MCC At a Glance

Founded 1915
5 Campuses in the Greater Kansas City Area

120+ associate degree and certificate programs

13,900+ students enrolled

38% are students of color

24 is the average student age

1,200+ students take advantage of Missouri's A+ scholarship

$33 Million+ received in grants and scholarships by MCC students each year

240 full-time faculty members

updated Fall 2020