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The MCC Online offices are located at MCC-Penn Valley,
Learning Resources, room 302



Metropolitan Community College
3201 Southwest Trafficway
Kansas City, Missouri, 64111

Get Your Associate of Arts Online

At Metropolitan Community College we understand that you might have many other responsibilities. That is why we offer a fully online program with the same quality instruction and learning opportunities you expect from our five campuses.

Quick Start to a Degree Online

We have a new group of students that will begin in Fall 2017.  This group will start classes together and continue classes together providing ongoing support from your peers and help you stay engaged in courses.  For more information on the planned course outline, how it can be personalized for you, and the 20-month Associate of Arts degree, click here to complete an inquiry form or visit our fast-path webpage.

Whether you are seeking to earn your associate degree or just want to pick up a few classes from the comfort of home, MCC Online offers a full schedule of classes.

Associate in Arts

Associate in Applied Science *

Are you ready to get started?

Click on the button to the right to get connected with one of our helpful advisors who will answer any questions you might have about MCC Online.

If you are ready to jump right in, go to Apply Now to apply for admission and financial aid. Follow Steps 1-5 to complete the application and enrollment process. 

Current students can also take advantage of MCC Online's class offerings. Enroll in classes and supplement your on ground schedule.  Online classes give you flexibility to complete assignments during the week while still having other commitments.  Assignment due dates are still required.

Metropolitan Community College complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Arrangements can be made for aids and adjustments to help ensure equal access to programs and services. Contact a campus Disability Support Services Office.

Last Modified: 4/7/17