What makes Miles Community College campus unique?
Miles Community College offers a big college experience on a small, friendly campus in the heart of Miles City.Read More
MCC was established as the first community college in the state of Montana in 1939 and has been a PIONEER in education ever since.
Offering quality educational programs at an exceptional value, we truly believe that our students can start here and go anywhere!
Describe student life at Miles Community College. What do students experience as freshman on your campus? How do students connect on your campus?
Incoming students, whether traditional freshmen, transfer students, or those returning after an extended absence, will find a robust student life on campus. MCC offers on-campus housing, student athletics, a full cafeteria and bookstore, student clubs and organizations, full size fitness center, the Ag Advancement Center riding arena, hands-on career technical training facilities, and much more!Read More
Students will have multiple areas to engage in their peers, such as Pioneer athletic events including men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball, and rodeo or by joining any of our long list of student clubs and organizations like Young Farmers and Ranchers, Multicultural and Diversity Club, Student Nurses Association, or Table Top Gaming (just to name a few!) The MCC Student Activities Board keeps things interesting by hosting field trips, game and movie nights, and community involved service projects.
What is the average cost of attendance?
The average cost for tuition and fees for a full-time student (15-credit hours) is $4,440 for in-district students (Custer County, Montana) and $5,910 for other Montana students, along with South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, and Saskatchewan residents.
What programs would you like to highlight, or which programs are you best known for? What does job placement look like for your students?
Miles Community College provides everything from agriculture and equine studies, to healthcare and business, to automotive and meat processing…and everything in between.Read More
MCC offers over 40 degrees and programs, including two-year degrees in nursing, business and accounting, information technology and graphic/web design, general studies, small business management, equine studies, and human services.
Guaranteed transfer pathways are available in business and accounting, elementary education, engineering, social work, paramedicine, and agriculture, animal science, and natural resources, while all associate’s degrees are completely transferable throughout the Montana University System and beyond
MCC also offers a variety of year-long and other short-term training programs, including sales/marketing, agriculture, computer technology, Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), and the new meat processing program.
What deadlines should students know about?
MCC is open enrollment with a rolling admissions deadline, so apply at any time, with Summer 2021 registration now open and Fall 2021 registration set to open March 24, 2021.Read More
The MCC Pioneer and Foundation Scholarship deadline is the first of February each year.
The college also offers multiple student orientations before fall semester and one before the start of each spring. Pioneer Preview Days are held several times throughout the academic year as a way for junior and senior aged high school students to tour campus, visit with staff and faculty, and learn more about the college.
Anything else you’d like students to know about Miles Community College?
Miles Community College lies in the heart of beautiful Eastern Montana, with plenty of outdoor recreation options, arts and western culture, shopping, dining, and more. Get big city accommodations in a close knit and friendly community.Read More
Visit Miles Community College online for more information or to see a complete program list, with new options being added all the time!
Montana’s schools, colleges and universities provide a variety of programs to help students prepare for the future. With many options to choose from, students can find a public, private, or tribal institution ready to help them succeed. Whether the goal is to learn a specific skill, earn a certificate or credential for a certain occupation, begin the college process with plans to transfer on, or pursue an advanced degree, Montana’s schools, colleges and universities offer tremendous value, choice, and flexibility.
* Figures are based on 2018-19 National Center for Education Statistics data and may be estimated. Tuition is calculated for full-time in-state students. Consult each institution for current tuition rates.