Statistics for: Academic Year 2017-2018 (September 2017 - July 2018)
Founded in 1945 as a school for returning veterans, Manchester Community College is fully accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE, formerly NEASC).
Female / Male
55% of MCC students are under the age of 25.
Where Students Come From
97% are from NH
20 other states
28 countries of origin
Top 10 Sending High Schools
|High School||Number of Students|
|1. Manchester High Schools||611|
|2. Pinkerton Academy||254|
|3. Goffstown High School||96|
|4. Londonderry High School||90|
|5. Salem High School||74|
|6. Bedford High School||62|
|7. Merrimack High School||52|
|8. Pembroke Academy||45|
|9. Nashua High School North||44|
|10. Timberlane Regional High School||42|
Top Transfer Colleges
- Southern New Hampshire University
- UNH Durham/Manchester
- Granite State College
- Plymouth State University
- Keene State College
88% of MCC classes have 19 or fewer students.
$215 per Credit
A student taking a minimum full-time course load of 12 credits per semester has an annual tuition cost of less than $6,000.
65% of all matriculated MCC students receive financial aid.
Top Programs of Study
|Programs of Study||% of Students Enrolled|
|Arts, Humanities & Communication||18%|
|Education, Social & Behavioral Sciences||9%|
|Health Science & Services||25%|
|Industry & Transportation||15%|
|STEM & Advanced Manufacturing||13%|
|Workforce Development Center||539|
50,000 Service Hours
were contributed by MCC students through service-learning, internships, practica and clinical placements in the community.