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 classes are being conducted online (with the majority of our staff working remotely.) Updates from CCSNH are available at https://www.ccsnh.edu/covid-19. Students can find technical support information on the Current Students Resources page.
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ESOL Reading Group Starting July 24 at MCC Downtown

Posted: June 25, 2014

Funded by the New Hampshire Humanities Council

On Thursday July 24 at 4:30pm, MCC Downtown will launch an English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) FREE book club, thanks to $1,000 of grant funding from the New Hampshire Humanities Council.

The book club will meet weekly from 4:30 to 6pm at 889 Elm Street, and is geared toward adult non-native English speakers who read at a sixth-grade level or above. "Seedfolks" by Paul Fleischman will be the first book discussed. Space is limited, so please call Kathy at 603-206-8161 to register or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to reserve a spot.

Other happenings this summer at MCC Downtown:
  • General Information Session every Wednesday from 4 to 5pm to learn more about Manchester Community College degrees and programs
  • MCC Downtown sponsoring Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce Lunch in the Park every Thursday, noon to 2pm beginning July 10, ending August 28 at Veteran's Park

MCC Downtown is open weekdays from noon to 5pm, and open late on Thursdays until 7pm. No appointment needed. Stop by if you have questions about admissions and financial aid, or take the Accuplacer Test, which is a computerized placement test required for admission to Manchester Community College.