Tag: tuition


Tuition increase approved at board meeting

After much consideration, the Board of Trustees passed a motion to increase in-county tuition rates by 4%.  Vice President of Finance and Administration Curtis Creagh announced a proposal from the administration in regards to MCCC’s policy on Tuition and Fees at the March 25 board meeting. This proposal offered three […]


Overall MCCC tuition increases by 2%

College tuition rates have recently been approved to go up starting in the Fall 2021 Semester. In a 4-2 vote, a tuition increase was approved by the Board of Trustees in a meeting held March 23. The Board of Trustees chair Lynette Dowler was contacted to hear what the Board […]


Michigan offers free tuition for essential workers

Essential workers have the opportunity to get free college tuition at MCCC for up to four years. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer first proposed the Futures for Frontliners Programs in April 2020 which would offer free post-secondary education to those who worked on the frontlines during the stay-at-home order. This initiative was […]


MCCC raises tuition rates starting this fall

Tuition fees at MCCC will increase starting this Fall semester following a unanimous decision from the Board of Trustees. The Board Meeting held March 23 dealt heavily with subjects regarding tuition and changes to fees. Beginning in the Fall 2020 semester, students who are residents of Monroe will be charged […]


Millage fails, tuition raised

Tuition for the 2015 fall semester at MCCC has been increased 7 percent. "Voters voted against the millage; one consequence is to raise tuition," President Kojo Quartey said. The Board of Trustees, meeting on Tuesday, April 7, unanimously agreed to raise tuition for a Monroe County resident from $95 to $102 […]


Tuition: Up, up and away!

MCCC has raised tuition by $3 per billable contact hour for the 2014-15 school year. Last school year, students were paying $92 per billable contact hour, which has increased to $95. The increase for out-of-county and out-of-state students was $5 per credit hour.  Suzanne Wetzel, vice president of Administration, said […]