ACTIVITIES BUILDING: This building contains a NCAA-size pool, a gymnasium with climbing wall and fitness center, the MCC Bookstore operated by Barnes & Noble, Subway restaurant and a student lounge area. All facilities are available to students and community members.
DONALD C. BURNS ADMINISTRATION/LIBRARY BUILDING: This building houses administrative offices, Student and Enrollment Services, Financial Aid and the Library. Public computers, internet access and study areas are available in the library.
BARN THEATER: MCC’s performing arts facility, the Barn Theater, is located west of College Drive.
BEATRICE E. DOSER BUILDING: This building houses seminar and conference space, the Student Success Center, computer labs and classrooms, general classrooms, and instructor offices.
BOOKSTORE: The MCC Bookstore, operated by Barnes & Noble, is located in the Activities Building. It offers textbooks, supplies and a variety of items bearing the MCC name and logo.
FOUNDATION FARMHOUSE: The Foundation farmhouse, housing the area Eight Cap offices, is located on Sidney Road west of College Drive.
KENNETH J. SMITH BUILDING: This two-story building contains labs, classrooms and instructor offices and is a primary instruction area for the college’s math, science and allied health offerings.
INSTRUCTION NORTH BUILDING: This is MCC’s visual arts building. It features a gallery, open display areas and classrooms for ceramics, drawing, painting and photography.
LES MORFORD BUILDING: This building contains auditoriums, classrooms and instructor offices.
MONTCALM HERITAGE VILLAGE: The village, located on the west side of campus, includes historical buildings and artifacts. An annual Heritage Festival takes place in the Village in August.
NATURE TRAILS: The Kenneth J. Lehman Nature Trails encompass three miles of hiking and cross-country skiing trails that wind through more than 100 acres adjacent to the college’s main campus. Biology students use the nature trails for short field trips and research projects. More than 70 numbered markers have been installed along the trails and, with a guide map, visitors will discover many species of flowers, trees and possibly wildlife, as well as an outdoor classroom for studying botany and biology in a natural setting.
STANLEY P. ASH BUILDING: This two-story facility includes science classrooms, an auditorium, nursing classrooms, chemistry and biology laboratories, and instructor offices.
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GREENVILLE: MCC’s Stanley and Blanche Ash Technology Learning Center (TLC) is located at 1325 Yellow Jacket Drive in Greenville. This center offers open-entry, open-exit skills training to meet business and industry needs. The TLC also houses classrooms, a large conference facility, computer and learning labs and display areas.
GREENVILLE: MCC’s Bill Braman Family Center for Education is located at 1315 Yellow Jacket Drive in Greenville. This center features a technology lab, flexible classrooms, computer stations, wireless high-speed Internet connections and meeting spaces.
Howard City Location
The Panhandle Area Center (PAC) is located at 1401 S. Ensley Street in Howard City. This center offers classrooms, a computer lab and office space for MCC activities.
MCC’s Ionia Educational Center (IOEC) is located adjacent to Ionia High School at 250 E. Tuttle Road in Ionia.
Handicapped students and senior citizens with limited mobility are encouraged to use MCC’s facilities. The buildings are barrier-free and every attempt is made to provide additional accommodations if required.