From its 1915 roots as the Kansas City Polytechnic Institute, Metropolitan Community College (MCC) has grown into a thriving public institution of higher learning that answers the needs of students, businesses and community members alike. MCC was the first community college established in Missouri and one of the first schools in the country to award an associate degree. Today, MCC is one of the area’s largest public education providers, with five physical campuses, a robust online campus and more than 120 degree and certificate programs.
Metropolitan Community College courses are being offered remotely this summer. Student services are now available in-person (on campus) as well as remotely by appointment only. Fall 2020 enrollment is underway, and the course catalog is available. The MCC campuses and Administrative Center remain closed to the public. Please visit mcckc.edu to learn more.
Metropolitan Community College comprises five campuses on the Missouri side of the Greater Kansas City area — 47 major buildings and about 550 acres in all.
20301 E. 78 Highway
Independence, MO 64057
MCC-Business & Technology
1775 Universal Ave.
Kansas City, MO 64120
500 S.W. Longview Road
Lee’s Summit, MO 64081
3201 Southwest Trafficway
Kansas City, MO 64111
Penn Valley’s campus also includes the Health Science Institute, 3444 Broadway.
The college’s Administrative Center is just east of the Penn Valley campus at 3200 Broadway, Kansas City, MO 64111. MCC’s human resources department is housed in the Broadway Plaza building, 3217 Broadway, which is owned by the college.