Morgan Community College
Fort Morgan, Colorado
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Morgan Community College has served Fort Morgan, Colorado and the I-70 corridor for over 50 years, offering over 50 programs and covering an 11,500 square mile service area, the biggest in northeastern Colorado. Morgan Community College was also ranked #8 in the Top 10 Community Colleges ranked by SmartAsset in 2020 based on: student-to-faculty ratio, graduation and transfer rate, and cost of tuition and fees.
We appreciate and value every student who joins the MCC Roadrunner Family. Please visit our website to see our Summer 2021 and Fall 2021 course schedules. Every student enrolled at MCC for Summer 2021 may receive a $750 grant. The application gives students the opportunity to have MCC apply the funds directly to their account or to send the funding to the student. Residency does not apply and is open to all students. Learn more.
As MCC is part of the Colorado Community College System, CCCS Online courses are also available for MCC students and may be accessed virtually. CCCS Online courses are included in the semester schedules.
Morgan Community College currently has 5 different locations in Colorado consisting of Bennett, Burlington, Wray, Limon, and Fort Morgan as its main campus. MCC recently celebrated their 50th anniversary of serving northeastern Colorado in 2020.
Students who enroll at Morgan Community College have access to over 80 areas of study and a variety of course delivery methods including MCC’s Global Classroom, hybrid, virtual, and traditional course delivery methods.
Complete the first two years of a Bachelor’s degree and transfer to a four-year university. A transfer degree, (sometimes referred to as a “Degree with Designation” or “DwD”), is a two-year degree you can earn at MCC, and it also transfers as the first two years of a four-year program at a university.