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Metropolitan Community College (MCC) is a community college system in Missouri, United States. The system consists of five separate campuses located in Kansas City, Independence, and Lee's Summit. The five campuses have a total enrollment of over 10,000 [1] students per year.

MCC campuses

  • MCC-Blue River campus is located in Independence, Missouri. The college joined MCC in 1997. As of 2006, the campus serves over 3,000 students annually
  • MCC-Business & Technology is located in Kansas City, Missouri. It was formed in 1995 as the Business & Technology Center when MCC centralized its business services and technical training into one facility. The center expanded and became a full fledged campus in 2002; it is now the largest campus in the MCC network by square footage.
  • MCC-Longview in located in Lee's Summit, Missouri. It opened in 1969. In 2001, Longview became the first community college to be selected as a TIME magazine/The Princeton Review "College of the Year"; Longview received the award in recognition of its Writing Across the Curriculum program.[2] Frank White went to school here.
  • MCC-Maple Woods was founded in 1969. Located in northern Kansas City, the campus is known for its liberal arts offerings and its veterinary technology program. Albert Pujols attended college here.
  • MCC-Penn Valley (in Penn Valley Park) was founded in 1968. Located in midtown Kansas City, the campus features general education courses as well as many health career programs. The campus is also home to the Francis Child Development Institute and the Carter Arts Center. Its basketball team won the 1996 NJCAA Men's Division II Basketball Championship and was runner up in 1997 and 2002.

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