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Our Promise to You...

Whether you’re new to college, returning or just not sure what to do next in life, count on us to give you the skills and confidence to move forward.

Our College Viewbook will give you a glimpse of what you can expect to find here and what you can expect to find out about yourself!

As a Macomb student, you’ll:

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the best version of yourself.

Your interests, passions and potential. And how to transform them into a rewarding career or enriching pastime.

  • Take a look at our programs, certificates and workforce training
  • Not sure what to study? Check out an Area of Interest
  • Learn best by doing? Our hands-on programs are for you!
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and build relationships.

Meet other students who share your curiosity. And with faculty and staff who care about your passions, your dreams and your continued success.

  • We offer tons of free resources - counseling and academic advising, tutoring, Reading & Writing Studios, student success seminars and more!
  • We have a fun and lively campus with student clubs, sports teams, volunteer opportunities and study abroad trips
  • Our instructors are friendly, understand the job market and take time to get to know you
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23:1 student to faculty ratio


and achieve your full potential.

We’ll help you gain the skills, knowledge and confidence to pursue your dreams.

  • Earn your bachelor’s and advanced degrees on Center Campus at our University Center. We’ve partnered with some of the finest state colleges and universities, offering dozens of programs.
  • Explore your transfer options with over three hundred transfer plans
  • Receive Credit for Prior Learning for work and life experiences, saving you time and money.
  • Land your dream job. Our Career Services team can help!
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Find your path

Our programs will put you on a career path filled with endless opportunities.

We have the support and resources to help you earn an associate degree, transfer to a four-year school of your choice, land an apprenticeship or fast-track your career with a skills certificate.

And if you simply don’t know, we’ll help you.

Start exploring now. We have a program for you!

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Happening On Campus

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Brendan Wallace has wanted to attend the University of Detroit Mercy (UDM) since high school.
Starting out at Macomb paid off in more ways than one for Brendan Wallace

Brendan Wallace has wanted to attend the University of Detroit Mercy (UDM) since high school, so he was “happily overwhelmed” when he received a full-ride scholarship there beginning in the fall. But it never would have happened if he hadn’t decided to attend Macomb first.

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Macomb News

2024 Shorewood Kiwanis Charity Cruise logo contest winner Nicole Renaud

Macomb Community College student from Eastpointe designs winning logo for the 2024 Shorewood Kiwanis Harper Charity Cruise

Wednesday, February 14, 2024 3:00 PM
In a competition for students in Macomb Community College’s Media and Communications Arts program, Nicole Renaud, 40, of Eastpointe, designed the winning logo for the 2024 Shorewood Kiwanis Harper Charity Cruise, which is scheduled for August 28.
Freedom Confirmed at the Lorenzo Cultural Center

Lorenzo Cultural Center presents Freedom Confirmed, a program series focused on the Lincoln presidency, Feb. 12 – April 27

Wednesday, February 07, 2024 10:00 AM
The Lorenzo Cultural Center and the Detroit Historical Society presents Freedom Confirmed, a program series focused on Abraham Lincoln’s role in the Civil War and key events that shaped American democracy and freedoms, Feb. 12 through April 27.