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Mohawk Valley Community College
New York State's FIRST Community College

  • May 2017 Campus D
  • May 2017 Campus A
  • May 2017 Campus E
  • May 2017 Campus B
  • May 2017 Campus F
  • May 2017 Campus C

Founded in 1946, Mohawk Valley Community College is a public, co-educational, two-year institution affiliated with the State University of New York System (SUNY). With campuses in both Utica and Rome, as well as online courses, we are a great place to start towards a successful future. Here at MVCC, you can choose from over 90 majors, in areas such as Education, Criminal Justice, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Nursing, Business, Graphic Design, Computers, Human Services, and so much more. Whether you are looking to transfer to a four-year college or university, or develop specialized skills to begin employment immediately after graduation, MVCC is ideal for you.

With enrollment around 6,000, we offer a diverse student body while still providing all the advantages of a community college; including smaller class sizes with a maximum of 40 students per section, an 18:1 student to faculty ratio, personalized attention, on-campus housing for over 500 students, and all at an affordable price. With a dedicated faculty and staff, you will get to know us and we will get to know you.

MVCC also offers more than 50 clubs and organizations, 19 highly competitive intercollegiate athletic programs, and a state-of-the art 450 seat theater hosting events ranging from nationally renowned musicians and comedians to major motion pictures to student performances, all leading to a vibrant, well-rounded experience for all students.

We welcome you to come visit and see how MVCC is right for you. To schedule a visit, take a tour, or both, contact our Admissions office Monday through Friday at (315) 792-5354.

Mohawk Valley Community College Utica Campus Flyover

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