MCC — Part of the Community Since 1945
Since 1945, Manchester Community College has been the choice for thousands of students seeking a better life for themselves and their families. Originally named the State Trade School at Manchester, the school was founded to provide technical career training to returning World War II soldiers, sailors and airmen. Now, after several names and in its third location, it has evolved to Manchester Community College, the second largest of the seven colleges in the Community College System of New Hampshire.
MCC's Logos through the Years
*Includes Early College