MCC offers online options to obtain a degree or certificate, or earn college credit. Our online degrees, certificates and courses are full accredited and transferrable to many colleges and universities.
As an online student, you have many advantages:
learn online - continue your education, while managing your busy lifestyle
Any student planning to take an online (WWW, WCA, or Hybrid) class at MCC must successfully complete the Distance Learning Evaluation Session (DLES) Prep Class prior to registering.Get session schedule and information
Students who are on academic probation may not be allowed to enroll in e-Learning courses.
MCC's online courses include:
MCC offers many resources for getting help in your online course.
We offer Technical Help, Walk-in and Phone Support, and online help with e-Support.
The e-Learning Office is available to get you going in the right direction and answer your questions.
Need help with your online course?
Connect to Tutor.com
The Information Technology Services department recommends using a modern PC running Microsoft Windows 10 or later, with a current version of the Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome web browser. Other computers / devices (macOS, iOS, Android, etc.) may in-fact work with MCC services, however, some of these platforms may not function properly due to incompatibilities
Michigan Colleges Online allows students the opportunity to take classes that aren’t available at their own college for various reasons, while still receiving support services at their convenient "home" college.
The Educational Technology Organization of Michigan is a non-profit organization dedicated to the use of instructional telecommunications in higher education with an emphasis on distance learning.
Mott Community College participates in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA).