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The MCCA is a network-centric organization with entrepreneurial centers of excellence (Center for Student Success, Michigan Community College Virtual Learning Collaborative, Michigan New Jobs Training Program, and a new Center for Global Initiatives) that are bee-hived around the ‘hub’, the core of the MCCA, that is focused on legislative and public advocacy.

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MCCA MISSION
MCCA is the association of Michigan public community colleges whose mission is to provide leadership on issues affecting member colleges.

MCCA VISION
MCCA will be a network-centric association of community colleges providing strong and effective leadership on issues affecting member colleges. The MCCA will:
  • Become the most effective advocate for community colleges;
  • Improve the image and credibility of community colleges;
  • Foster collaboration, connection and partnerships among the community colleges and stakeholders; and
  • Provide the highest quality service to member colleges.

Alpena Community College
Bay College
Delta College
Glen Oaks Community College
Gogebic Community College
Grand Rapids Community College
Henry Ford Community College
Jackson College
Kalamazoo Valley Community College
Kellogg Community College
Kirtland Community College
Lake Michigan College
Lansing Community College
Macomb Community College
Mid Michigan Community College
Monroe County Community College
Montcalm Community College
Mott Community College
Muskegon Community College
North Central Michigan College
Northwestern Michigan College
Oakland Community College
Schoolcraft College
Southwestern Michigan College
St. Clair County Community College
Washtenaw Community College
Wayne County Community College
West Shore Community College

MCCA GOALS
As defined by the Vision statement, the Association’s work will be guided by three primary strategic goals.  Those goals are:

  1. Provide strong legislative and public advocacy;
  2. Maintain and support a collaborative network; and
  3. Continuously assess the needs of the membership and provide the highest quality services to members. 
     
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