Muskegon Community College supports students success, economic growth and community engagement along Michigan's western shore. Doing that for nearly 100-years. A cornerstone of that dynamic region MCC is celebrated for its academics, workforce training, state of the art facilities and arts programming. MCC is consistently recognized as a top community college in the state of Michigan, and is highly ranked by national benchmarking firms-- assessing educational quality and value. The nursing program routinely receives top honors and MCC recently wrapped up a 10-year facilities expansion resulting in a $47 million investment in new educational centers to support student and community needs. The college's new Art and Music building and new Health and Wellness Center are both located on the main campus. The Sturrus Technology Center is located east of campus in downtown Muskegon. The center is home to high tech manufacturing programs and includes the Lakeshore Fab Lab with specialized equipment that's available to area residents and entrepreneurs. The 111-acre main campus is centrally located in Muskegon County, and includes a planetarium, science museum, nature trail and golf course. Extension Centers are available in Ottawa and Newaygo counties. MCC offers 81 academic programs and 17 intercollegiate teams-- more than any other community college in the state. The early college Muskegon county program gives students an opportunity to extend high school by one year to earn both their diploma and up to 62 college credits from MCC at no cost. And the Muskegon and Newaygo Promise provides high school students in both counties with a tuition free path to an associate's degree or certificate program. A recent economic Systems Inc analysis found MCC has a quarter billion-dollar impact on the West Michigan economy. MCC may be about to turn 100-years old, but it remains a dynamic institution ready to support the region during the next century too.