I spent one full year at MCC as well as taking a few afternoon / evening classes on campus. I was able to graduate with 2 Associates degrees and move on to a larger school. The focused attention and additional help at MCC really left me spoiled as a moved on to large lecture halls of 100+ students. The educational quality greatly exceeds the very low tuition value. Class times are flexible, and students are very support of each other, as well as the staff.