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Registration for Summer Courses begins April 5th

Summer 2021 courses will be delivered on campus and remotely using online and real-time virtual technologies.

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Fall Registration

Registration for Fall Courses is available!

Fall 2021 courses will be delivered on campus and remotely using online and real-time virtual technologies.

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2021 Virtual Commencement

2021 Virtual Commencement

Saturday, May 8 | 11am

Virtual Ceremony

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Saturday, June 5 | 1-4pm

Harrison Campus

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A Northern Tradition:
Virtual Event

Thursday, April 1

During the month of April make a donation of $50 or more to the Mid Michigan College Foundation, and you'll be entered for a chance to win Jay's Sporting Goods Gift Cards!

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Did you know that 79% of Mid students use some form of Financial Aid? Filling out the FAFSA is the first important step to see what you may qualify for.

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Provides you with smart resources to help demystify the world of personal finance. Mid has teamed up with Inceptia to give you a leg up on financial education via their online program

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Cancelled: Walk-a-Thon, Nov 21

Nov 16, 2015 — ​To encourage healthy behaviors and in recognition of National Rural Health Day, celebrated on Thursday, Nov. 19, MidMichigan Health Medical Centers in Clare and Gladwin will host a walk-a-thon. Continue reading

​Richard Smith Establishes Scholarship at MMCC​

Nov 12, 2015 — Richard “Rich” Smith, a long-time supporter of Mid Michigan Community College, has established a Second-Chance Opportunity Scholarship to support students when they need it most. Continue reading

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​Drug-Free Throws Event Aims to Throw Substance Abuse in the Basket

Nov 12, 2015 — The war on drugs is fought in many ways and the Saginaw Chippewa Behavioral Health Prevention Department’s Drug-Free Throws event at the Eagles Nest Tribal Gym literally aimed to throw substance abuse in the basket. Continue reading

​Mt. Pleasant Residents Encouraged to ‘Stuff the Truck’ for Local Veterans

Nov 3, 2015 — Deployed troops and veterans across the state will benefit from five Stuff the Truck events taking place on Friday, Nov. 6. Continue reading

​MMCC Offers Truck Driver Training

Nov 2, 2015 — This fall, Mid Michigan Community College will offer two sessions of Truck Driving Training. Successful completion of this five-week, 240-hour course and its associated written and driving exams provides participants their CDL Class A licenses. Continue reading

MMCC Seeks Students for SSS Program

Nov 2, 2015 — Seventy spots still open for students to participate in the Student Support Services Program at MMCC. Continue reading


Student Trip to Red Wings Game

Nov 2, 2015 — MMCC students and guests can go to see the Red Winds live in action on Friday, Feb. 12.

Continue reading


Presentation: East Germany 25 Years After Re-Unification

Oct 23, 2015 — Dr. Thomas Greven (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany) will consider how East Germany has changed over the 25 years since German re-unification. Particularly, he will discuss the strikingly different realities present in this small geography. Continue reading

​Local Panel Discussion: Tuition-Free Community College Movement

Oct 15, 2015 — As part of its annual honors project, MMCC's chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is exploring the details of Obama's "America's College Promise" proposal, investigating the intricacies of college costs, and looking for input from area leaders. Continue reading


Cancelled: Oct. 26 Presentation by MSU's Team Physician

Oct 15, 2015 — Jeffery R Kovan, DO's presentation for Oct. 26 is being rescheduled for a later date. Continue reading

​MMCC Seeks Applicants for Eight Full Ride Scholarships

Oct 7, 2015 — This year marks the fourth in which Mid Michigan Community College will award competitive full ride scholarships to eight exceptional high school seniors. Laker Distinction (LD) Scholarships are offered at two award levels, with four of each being conveyed. Continue reading

Annual Technology Sale October 27-28

Oct 1, 2015 — Mid Michigan Community College will hold its annual Technology Sale from October 27-October 29. All items will be sold as-is. The sale will take place at the Harrison Campus’ Michigan Room. Continue reading


​MMCC Barbeque a Success

Sep 22, 2015 — Over 2,200 people attended Mid Michigan Community College’s Annual Barbeque and Fall Festival on September 20, 2015. The event was successful again this year in raising scholarship money for MMCC students. In its twenty-three years, the event has raised over $500,000 to assist students. Continue reading

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​Haunted Trails on MMCC’s Harrison Campus in October

Sep 22, 2015 — This is the fourth year that MMCC’s Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society will host the Deadwood Grove Haunted Trails. Trails will be open October 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, and 31 from 7-10PM. Continue reading

College Events

Apr 1
A Northern Tradition - Virtual!

Join the Mid Michigan College Foundation and Jay’s Sporting Goods for a virtual A Northern Tradition. This exclusive event is sponsored by Jay’s Sporting Goods, and raises funds to support student success, academic excellence, high-tech learning spaces, and campus improvements.

ANT has gone virtual!

During the month of April make a donation of $50 or more to the Mid Michigan College Foundation, and you'll be entered for a chance to win Jay's Sporting Goods Gift Cards!

Thursday, Apr 1

Apr 22
Walsh College Transfer Planning Days

Every Thursday from February - May at 11 am, 2 pm, & 5:30 pm
RSVP to select a personalized appointment date with a Walsh transfer advisor.

Thursday, Apr 22

11:00am - 12:00pm

Apr 23
Walsh College Free Application Fridays

Transfer Advising Calendar

Every Friday from February - May anytime from 9am to 4pm
Students can register to meet with an admissions advisor and we'll guide them through the simple application process and waive the application fee!

Friday, Apr 23

9:00am - 4:00pm

Apr 27
Alma College Transfer Advisor Virtual Visit

There will be an Alma College transfer advisor available via zoom to answer transfer related questions from students. 

You can RSVP for the zoom session by clicking the link below.


Tuesday, Apr 27

10:00am - 12:00pm

Apr 27
CMU Transfer Advisor Virtual Visit

Links provided in description, Transfer Advising Calendar

MMC --> CMU Transfer Tuesdays'
James Larson, Assistant Director of Transfer Recruitment - Main Campus

Bi-monthly - Every other Tuesday
via WebEx (easy to join the meeting online, or can be a downloadable app on smartphone)

11:00am-11:30am - Transfer LIVE Presentation (20min)
11:30am-1:00pm - Virtual Drop-in to ask questions (I will keep the portal link open and students can "virtually" drop in!)
Anytime! - Book a One-on-One Virtual appointment (click here) - Select Freshman/Transfer appointment; then select James Larson from staff; then select booking time! 

Virtual "On-site" Admission decisions available!
1) Apply online and pay application fee - 24 hours in advance of one-on-one appointment
2) Fill out "Transcript Deferral Form" - email Mr. James Larson at: to request form
3) Email Mr. James Larson - your un-official transcripts and transcript deferral form
Note: Must have 24 college credits completed; Less than 24 college credits earned we will need the high school transcript as well

Tuesday, Apr 27

11:00am - 1:00pm

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