MVCC offers more than 90 degree and certificate programs that can prepare you to seek employment immediately or transfer smoothly to a four-year institution. For more information about a particular program of study, contact Admissions or a College advisor.
MVCC produces a two-year catalog and for this reason, revisions and updates are made each May 1 and Dec. 1. Only those pages which have been revised will appear.
The primary purpose of the Student Handbook is to provide students with information, guidelines and policies that will enhance their adjustment as citizens of the Mohawk Valley Community College community. All students are urged to read it carefully as you are responsible for understanding its contents and adhering to the policies and procedures that are set worth within it. This is an entirely online document and you may navigate it by utilizing the links to the right. While this handbook does not address all of the rule infractions for which students may be disciplined, it does provide guidelines about student life at MVCC.
Academic Program Guide
This publication is a follow-up piece to getting accepted and can help students learn about what majors and career opportunities are available after obtaining a degree in any listed program.
The Viewbook is handed out as an introduction to MVCC to help students get to know the College and how we can help them achieve their goals.
The International Viewbook is an introduction to MVCC for prospective students from foreign countries. It has specific information on opportunities available to international students.
MVCC Foundation Year-in-Review
This piece, published annually by the MVCC Foundation and the College’s Office of Marketing and Communications, serves as an update on College activity, notable alumni, and fundraising efforts.
MVCConnect is a brochure through which the College shares its non-credit course offerings. This piece is distributed across campus and the community three times a year.
Cultural Series Brochure
The Cultural Series brochure is published biannually and distributed across campus and the community. It lists all of the College’s events that are open to students and the public, many of which are inexpensive or free.