Muscatine Community College
Muscatine Community College (MCC) is a two-year college located in Muscatine, Iowa. Founded in 1929, MCC is the oldest college in the Eastern Iowa Community College District that also includes Clinton Community College and Scott Community College.
The college offers both arts and sciences/college transfer classes as well as several career technology programs. Its fall enrollment regularly exceeds 1,800 students. Students can participate in music, theatre and intercollegiate athletics in baseball and softball. The athletic teams are known as the Cardinals.
The most recent addition to the college has been the Muscatine Industrial Technology Center. The center houses a number of manufacturing-related programs.
The Muscatine Community College Foundation was founded in 1961 to support the college's educational programs, student and staff development, facilities improvement and alumni development. Its emphasis is on student scholarships and loans, with more than $230,000 awarded annually to MCC students for tuition, fees and books.
- Muscatine Community College
- Eastern Iowa Community College District
- Muscatine Industrial Technology Center
- Muscatine Community College Foundation
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