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Written by Jenifer DeBellis
There’s a reason Macomb Community College is Michigan’s largest grantor of associate degrees: it’s a thriving community environment. Between innovative course options, well maintained campus grounds, and bustling student activities and organizations, students might have a hard time pulling themselves away from campus. The benefits of obtaining an education from Macomb Community College extend the boundaries of the status quo—just ask the 59,000 students who roam the 400+ acres of MCC’s three campuses annually.
MCC prides itself on the diverse educational offerings it makes accessible to today’s modern student. Whether you are focusing on a practical transfer program, career placement, continuing education, and/or industry training, the sky really is the limit. And although two-year colleges often lose sight of the community aspects of student life, MCC students seeking a well-rounded learning experience will find several student and alumni outlets to get plugged into.
As impressive as all of these stats are, there just might be simpler secret to MCC's success. Macomb's smaller classes translate into more intimate learning environments where students not only connect with the subject matter, they connect with each other. Acquiring an education at MCC is as much about the relationships made along the journey as it is about the actual knowledge gained, giving students a sense of ownership and making them feel like they've become a member of the MCC family.
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