Since being founded in 1923, Mott Community College (MCC) has established a tradition of excellence and has grown to become the largest college in the Genesee County region. In 2011, the Washington, D.C.-based Aspen Institute designated MCC as one of the top ten community colleges in the nation.
MCC works with area residents, labor, business, government and other educational institutions to make sure our curriculum complements employers' training needs while providing the most cost effective educational options in the area. Our programs focus on university transfer, technical and lifelong learning, as well as workforce and economic development—that promote student success, individual development, and improve the overall quality of life in the multicultural community we serve.
MCC alumni have gone on to become corporate leaders, international engineers, university professors, doctors, scientists, artists and leaders in a hundred professions. MCC alumni are judges, mayors, legislators and community leaders at every level. They have created businesses, won patents, argued court cases, and made communities healthier and safer for 90 years.
MCC athletes have won national championships and built a sports tradition unequaled by any other community college in Michigan. More importantly, MCC has helped to build successful lives for tens of thousands of individual men and women, one person at a time.
We continuously seek to employ those willing and able to help carry out our mission. The total compensation package offered to employees, which includes pay, benefits and paid time off, is extremely competitive and reflects MCC’s value that employees are key to our achievements.