Current Information

What's New for Summer 2022?

Mott Community College is currently operating on modified protocols as we transition out of our Five-Phase COVID-19 response plan.

As of May 2, 2022 the College will replace Phase Four protocols with the following:

  • As per CDC recommendations, masks are required to be worn over the mouth and nose in MCC classrooms and labs only. Mask are not required, but recommended, in other college spaces. (We strongly recommend masks be worn when participating in highly-populated events or meetings both inside and outside.)
  • MCC will continue to promote health, wellness and safety standards through new signage and marketing campaigns that include obtaining vaccinations, mask wearing, washing your hands frequently and staying home if you feel sick.
  • Thermal temperature scans and daily Mandatory Health and Wellness checks are no longer required to enter MCC buildings. We will continue to provide a thermal temperature scanner in the Health Services Office in the Curtice-Mott building.
  • Directional signage will be removed from all MCC buildings that include singular entrance and exit signs.

What you will see as of May 2, 2022:

  • There will be an increase in the number of in-person services, meetings, and events.
  • MCC will continue to promote health, wellness and safety standards through new signage and marketing campaigns that include obtaining vaccinations, mask wearing, washing your hands frequently and staying home if you feel sick.
  • Enhanced on-campus food and vending options, including the Beanery open on the main campus. Details will be provided through the MCC4Me News section and social media.
  • As per recommendations by the CDC, PPE will continue to be placed in classrooms, office areas and entrances, including masks and hand sanitizer.
  • The College will employ increased air filtration systems that meet ASHRAE and CDC Guidelines.
  • We will provide enhanced air quality by June 1, 2022 through the installation of MCC HVAC ionization units in all campus buildings to eliminate air pathogens.
  • The College will return to official building room capacity usage requirements, including restrooms.
  • There will be increased in-person campus meetings and events offered, when available, with virtual options.
  • At the request of employees, we will continue the use of plexiglass barriers in campus workspaces.

Quick Answers To Common Questions

You may have other questions – we understand. We have tried to anticipate some of your questions with answers below. If you don’t find your answer here, then please use the list below to direct your question to the correct area.

  • For questions related to Academics like classes and degree programs, email the division office your degree falls under.
  • For questions related to Student Services like advising and counseling, email counsel@mcc.edu.
  • For questions related to Workforce and Economic Development, call 810-232-2555.
  • For all other questions, email marketing@mcc.edu and we will track down an answer for you.

Possibly, for Summer semester most classes are online, except for labs and classes with hands-on learning.

For Summer semester most classes are entirely online, except for labs and classes with hands-on learning. This may change for Fall semester.

If you have registered for Summer 2022 classes you should have received a quick questionnaire about your laptop and Internet access. We will be providing laptops/hotspots to students during the first week of classes.

Reach out to your advisor using the My Backpack “compose a note” function to send a message to your advisor, or you can schedule a virtual advising session by calling 810-762-0331.

Yes! Review the Library Hours webpage for operating hours, exception dates and chat hours availability.

The Writing Center will still be operating virtually, tutors will be available Monday & Wednesday, 10 AM - Noon and Tuesday & Thursday, Noon - 2 PM. They can also accommodate requests for evening sessions. Visit the Writing Center webpage to schedule an appointment.

Yes! Visit the Testing Center webpage for details and requirements specific to your testing circumstance.

Yes. For availability and hours visit the Computer Labs webpage.

Yes! Including the Mott Eats Food Pantry and Ellen’s Closet. For hours of operation and additional information visit the Lenore Croudy Family Life Center webpage.

Yes! For details contact childcare@mcc.edu or call (810) 239-0046.

The Peer Tutoring Center will continue to operate remotely during the Summer semester. Visit the Tutoring Center website for details.

Yes! Review the Library Hours webpage for operating hours, exception dates and chat hours availability.

We are beginning to welcome the community back to campus this summer. Please visit Conference and Events Services to submit a request to use our campus facilities.

Enhanced on-campus food and vending options, including the Coffee Beanery open on the main campus. Details will be provided through the MCC4Me News section and social media.

The Coffee Beanery on the Main Campus will be open on the main campus this summer from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

No, Applewood at Second and Saginaw is not open during the Summer semester, but the Coffee Beanery in the Culinary Arts Institute is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.