The college contracts with a private vendor to run our campus bookstore. Beyond the textbooks and extra course material for each course, students can shop for basic supplies, apparel (T-shirts, clothing, backpacks, etc.), and gifts at the campus store. Students who have questions about pricing, books, fan gear, graduation caps and gowns, or any issues should direct their inquiries directly to the MCC book store at (603) 622-9941.
Bus service is provided by Manchester Transit Authority and is available Monday-Friday. Schedules are available at the main reception desk. Passes are free to enrolled students, one per semester.
A private vendor runs the cafeteria, which is located in the Student Center. Students can buy hot or cold foods and drinks. Cafeteria hours are posted each semester. Vending machines are available in Anytime Eats inside the lower entrance when the cafeteria is closed.
The Child Development Center (CDC), run by a private vendor, is for preschoolers through kindergarten age as a Lab School for MCC’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) students. The CDC is staffed by fully degreed ECE teachers and supervised student interns and offers part-time, full-time and drop-in options, developmentally appropriate and individualized programming and low ratios.
The Center is open from 7:30am to 5:30pm. The Center is licensed by the State of NH Childcare Licensing Bureau and complies with all regulations and requirements. The Center also holds a quality award by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
For more information, visit the Child Development Center's website
All buildings and facilities at MCC are handicapped accessible. If you need assistance, please call (603) 206-8000 and speak with the Receptionist.
MCC does not maintain residence halls on its campus or assume responsibility for housing, but we have an agreement with UNH-Manchester for shared residence halls downtown. For details, please click here. Students are also welcome to check on information about local housing options posted below. Arrangements and contracts for housing are solely between the student and the landlord.
- Apartment Living at local communities such as Countryside Village, Manchester Gardens, Evergreen Way, Devonshire Village, Red Oak Apartments, etc.
See Rent.com, Trulia.com, Zillow.com, PadMapper.com, ApartmentList.com, ApartmentGuide.com etc. for more information.
A student blanket accident insurance policy is available to all students enrolled in the CCSNH System. Please be aware this plan is an accident only plan. For more information visit: http://studentplanscenter.com and select "CC System of NH." The college is not liable for personal injuries incurred by students who are in attendance. Students are encouraged to either provide their own coverage or purchase the insurance provided by the system.
All Nursing and Allied Health Students who have a clinical must have personal health insurance, as well as professional liability coverage. This professional liability coverage is purchased through MCC's Bursar's office.
Smoking is only permitted in the designated smoking areas. Smoking is not allowed in the buildings or non-designated grounds at Manchester Community College.
MCC's Child Development Center offers a variety of summer camps for children entering first through fourth grades. Each program runs from 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday, for several weeks during the summer. For more information, visit the Child Development Center's website.
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