Education Archive

The future in agriculture

Montcalm Community College and Michigan State University are partnering to offer specialized training locally for careers in agriculture. This fall, MCC began offering MSU’s two-year programs in agricultural operations, applied horse science, fruit and crop management and

Careers that serve

MCC’s criminal justice program prepares students for careers in corrections, law enforcement and more. Criminal justice encompasses prison and police work, community and police relations, criminal law, probation and parole. The skills required are just as varied.

New Digital Arts Program at MCC

MCC’s new digital arts program offers ‘hands-on’ learning in photography, graphic design, digital imaging and more. Digital arts is a field where artistry and technology collide. Montcalm Community College launched its new digital arts program this fall,

Faculty Focus: Brian Blomstrom

Brian Blomstrom brings more than 20 years of public safety and firefighting experience to the classroom as a part-time instructor in Montcalm Community College’s criminal justice program. Blomstrom began teaching at MCC in 2008 because he wanted

Faculty Focus: Richard Greenleaf

Richard Greenleaf brings more than 40 years of experience to Montcalm Community College as its new Advanced Manufacturing Technology Coordinator. He joined MCC in August because he wanted to contribute to the advanced manufacturing industry and make

Programs for high-demand careers

Montcalm Community College prepares students for great careers in high-demand, high-wage fields. We offer small class sizes and class times that fit students’ schedules on our campuses in Sidney and Greenville, and in our classrooms in Howard

MCC Programs of Study

Associate Degree Programs Accounting Agricultural Operations – (Michigan State University) Applied Horse Science – (Michigan State University) Associate of Science & Arts Aviation Maintenance Business Administration/Entrepreneurship Business Administration/Management Business Administration/Marketing Business Information Systems Computer Support Technology Cosmetology

History repeats itself

MCC partners with MSU to bring agricultural programs back to local students Fifty years ago, agriculture was one of the first programs offered at Montcalm Community College. However, due to low enrollments, agricultural classes were cancelled during

MCC Programs A-Z

Montcalm Community College has been providing our region’s families and employers access to quality higher education for nearly 50 years, with more than 100,000 learners served through credit courses, and career development and personal development noncredit courses

Kenric DeLong – MCC Social Science Instructor

As Montcalm Community College’s current longest-serving instructor, Kenric DeLong says he turned to teaching nearly 38 years ago because he wanted to share with others his passion for school, academia and learning. “My main goal as an

Danielle Anderson – MCC Nursing Instructor

Danielle Anderson recently returned to Montcalm Community College as its newest instructor. With nearly 10 years of teaching experience, she loves to help students learn about nursing. As an MCC alumna and former nursing student, Anderson says