“McLennan Community College (MCC) focuses on removing the life obstacles our students face so they may concentrate more on achieving their academic goals. As early investors in an emergency fund, MCC awards small one-time grants for students encountering extraordinary events or circumstances that could negatively affect their ability to continue their studies. Additionally, the College addresses hunger insecurity with a free food pantry and transportation problems with free public transit passes. Students also have access to free comprehensive tutoring, mental health services, and personal success coaches. Finally, the McLennan Community College Board of Trustees and college employees believe “people matter,” and we accept the responsibility to ensure our students and community prosper.” — Dr. Johnette McKown, president of McLennan Community College
Name: McLennan Community College
President: Dr. Johnette McKown
Board Chair: K. Paul Holt
Website: opens in a new windowhttp://www.mclennan.edu/
Board of Trustees website: http://www.mclennan.edu/board-of-trustees/
Type of college: Public
Campus setting: City
Year established: 1966
Student Characteristics Fall 2017
Total Enrollment: 8,880
African American: 12.26%
- McLennan Community College (MCC) offers six Pathways for students that align with high school endorsements and easily transfer to 4-year universities: Business & Industry, Creative Arts, Health Professional, Liberal Arts, Public Service, STEM.
- MCC partners with several universities, including Texas Tech University and Tarleton State University, to offer an easy transition toward affordable bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degrees on the MCC campus.
- MCC is the first college in Texas to include “community” in its name.
- A primary care clinic on campus is available to the general public and accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and most insurance plans. It provides preventative care, well-child exams, immunizations and more.