Madisonville Community College maintains three campuses and several auxilliary locations to serve our community.
The North Campus is MCC's primary campus location. It consists of five buildings - the John H. Gray building, the Joe C. Davis Science and Technology Building, the Learning Resource Center, the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts, and the Brown Badgett, Sr. Energy and Advanced Technology Building. The following is a breakdown of what is housed in each building.
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(Building directory by floor found on the next tab.)
The Health Sciences Campus' location next to Madisonville's Trover Clinic and Regional Medical Center makes it an ideal home for MCC's Nursing and Allied Health Programs. The Health Sciences Campus is composed of two buildings: the Hatley Building and the Allied Health Building.
The Allied Health Building houses...
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Approximately one quarter of the students who enroll at Madisonville Community College come from Muhlenberg County. The Muhlenberg Campus provides a convenient way for these students to complete their general education core. Once students have completed the general education core, they may transition into one of many academic programs. Courses are convenient for students with day, evening, and online offerings.
Learn more about the Muhlenberg Campus
The ACE2 and Assessment Center Location is the primary location of the Adult Centers for Educational Excellence (ACE2) program. ACE2 is the adult education program of Madisonville Community College and is administered through the Office of Community and Economic Development.
Madisonville Community College offers a limited schedule of credit and non-credit classes in Crittenden County at the Crittenden County Ed Tech Center. The center is operated by the Crittenden County Economic Development Corporation located at 200 Industrial Drive in Marion. The telephone number at the Ed Tech Center is (270) 965-9294 or toll free at (877) 965-9244.
College credit courses include general education courses in English, math, and history. In addition, the college offers the skilled nurse assistant course that leads to a certificate and prepares students for the state certified nurse assistant test. The course is also required for other nursing credentials. The college also offers basic mining courses to prepare students for employment in the coal mines or for the mining program at MCC. For a list of courses in Crittenden County, students can consult the college’s on-line schedule and use the location filter to list only classes offered in Crittenden County.
MCC’s Workforce Solutions also cooperates with the Crittenden County Ed Tech Center to schedule non-credit continuing education opportunities throughout the year on a variety of topics.
The Adult Centers for Educational Excellence (ACE2) program maintains a location in Madisonville's Parkway Plaza Mall. This location provides a convenient and non-intimidating location for adult learners to begin their higher education experience.
The Adult Centers for Educational Excellence (ACE2) program provides services to the citizens of Muhlenberg County through the Muhlenberg County Career Advancement Center.