Thank you for your service and welcome to MCC.
At MCC, active military, veterans and their families can find the support they need when transitioning to college life. Our Veteran Services Office assists military students and their dependents with admissions, financial aid, advisement and registration. We also provide information and support as you apply for VA educational benefits, tuition assistance and related services.
Stop in our office to discuss all your options – from veteran education benefits to career training to applying to MCC. Our mission is to serve your needs, just as you have served the needs of our country.
The Peter A. Spina Administration Building
Building 1, Room 211
Rochester, NY 14623
Building 1, Room 231
|Monday – Friday, 8:45am – 4:45pm
3rd floor, Room 310
321 State St. / Rochester, NY 14608
On- and off-campus resources
You’ll find a wealth of resources for veteran and military students and families at MCC and throughout the Rochester area. We have partnerships with the Rochester Veterans Outreach Center, the Canandaigua VA and the Monroe County Veterans Services Agency.
The team at MCC – and these outstanding organizations – can provide you with career counseling, personal counseling, familial support and financial assistance, as well as information about community activities and events.
MCC has been designated a Veteran and Military Friendly School® by G.I. Jobs, Military Times and Military Advanced Education.
Get to Know MCC, Step by Step
We’d love to take you around one of our campuses. A current MCC student will show you first-hand what life at MCC is like, along with our classrooms, labs and learning centers, sports facilities and four residence halls. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet some of our exceptional professors and staff. Be sure to stop by the Veteran Services Office on the Brighton Campus after your tour, so we can help you begin your journey at MCC.
Want a more one-on-one approach? Contact us online or give us a ring at (585) 292-2200 so we can make an appointment for you to come in, sit down with one of our admissions counselors, and map out how coming to MCC will be the perfect move for you.
However you look at it, we can’t wait to have you here!
At Monroe Community College, our Admissions Office can assist you with entering, or re-entering, college life. We are your dedicated point of contact, from submitting your application through orientation. We’ll give you the right information the first time because we know what you need to do to succeed.
Once you speak with someone in our Admissions Office, you’ll definitely want to visit the Veteran Services Office. They can provide you with additional information to help you transition to life at MCC.
Contact us online or (585) 292-2200
Take an even closer look at MCC by checking out our majors and programs. Each is led by a team of award-winning professors dedicated to teaching, offering an unmatched value in college education.
If learning remotely better fits your situation, you’re in luck. MCC also offers several online options that mirror our on-campus learning experience.
And if you’re planning to move on to a four-year school, check out MCC’s unique transfer programs. You’ll find out just how valuable your MCC education can be.
You’re almost here! There are just a couple more steps. Create an account and complete your online application. Here are a few things you’ll want to do before you get started:
- Have your high school transcripts sent directly to MCC:
Monroe Community College
P.O. Box 92808
Rochester, NY 14692-8908
- Choose your preferred major (don’t worry, you can always change your mind)
If you need help during this process, feel free to contact our Admissions Office online or Veteran Services at firstname.lastname@example.org. You’re also welcome to call the Admissions Office at (585) 292-2200 or Veteran Services at (585) 292-2030.
As a veteran or military student, you’re eligible for federal and state financial aid, as well as aid through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The staff at our Veteran Services Office can help you determine which financial aid benefits will work best for you. We’ll develop a unique, financial picture based specifically on you, so you can make a decision to use your benefits or financial aid awards, or both, to best fulfill your personal needs.
Learn more about loans, grants and MCC scholarships by visiting financial aid for veteran/military students.