MCC continues to monitor developments on the spread of the Coronavirus. In response to the COVID-19 health situation, public events previously scheduled to be held at MCC have been cancelled until further notice. The public currently has extremely limited access to the MCC campus and many classes are being conducted online (with the majority of our staff working remotely.) Additional updates from CCSNH are available at ccsnh.edu/covid-19. Students can find technical support information on the Current Students Resources page.
Changes for the Summer Semester
While the majority of our summer classes are online, we have some important dates occuring during the summer months...
- On June 21st, the Fitness Center and Bookstore will re-open.
- On July 6th, the campus fully re-opens.
- On August 1st, the Cafeteria re-opens.
If you are on campus for a lab class this summer, you will see many protocols in place to maximize safety, including health screenings, social distancing, mask wearing, hand sanitizing, and frequent cleaning of the facilities.
MCC COVID-19 Self Screening Assessment
All students, faculty, staff and visitors must complete a health status report ahead of on-site visits to campus facilities. In order to make reporting as convenient as possible, CCSNH has developed a mobile app which is available at the Apple Store and Google Play for download.
- Web-based Form
- Employee Screening PDF Form
- Student Screening PDF Form
- Apps are also available from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store
- Step-by-step Guide Instructions
Tuition Assistance Opportunities
If you or someone in your household have experienced a financial loss or increased expenses due to COVID-19, you may be eligible for tuition and fees assistance for classes through the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations (CRRSA). See full details.
COVID-19 Student Social Compact
As the serious public health situation requires new levels of awareness and caution in our daily lives, there are efforts to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other risks to our community’s health and to best preserve the learning opportunities available to me as a student at MCC.
View the Student Social Compact.