All Minneapolis Community and Technical College and Metropolitan State Minneapolis campus buildings will close on Wednesday, Dec. 24 at 4:30 p.m. and remain closed on Thursday, Dec. 25. The campus will be open to employees only on Friday, Dec. 26.

The campus will resume normal hours on Saturday, Dec. 27.

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"This college has fabulous facilities. A teacher cannot ask for a better learning environment."

–Stephen Nesser

Campus Fact Sheet

A place of pride

Minneapolis Community and Technical College provides high-quality, lifelong learning programs in the heart of a vibrant city. We offer a spectrum of academic programs, including associate’s degrees, diplomas and certificates. Many of our programs transfer to four-year colleges while others prepare you for challenging careers.


MCTC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges.

Enrollment (Fall 2013)



Female: 53%
Male: 47% 


2013-14 Fact Pie

Average age

28 years

First-generation college students


Financial aid

Students receiving financial aid: 72%

Pell Grant recipients: 54% 

Operating budget

$54 million

MCTC Foundation revenue (FY13)

$1 million

Campus square footage

1.2 million

2013-14 tuition and fees (per credit)

$178.31–general education courses

Top programs by declared major

    1. Liberal Arts
    2. Business Management
    3. Information Technology
    4. Education and Child Development
    5. Human Services

For more data about MCTC please download the data shop report prepared by the MCTC Office of Strategy, Planning and Accountability. If you have questions or need additional information please contact Director of Marketing and Communications, Dawn Skelly.

The MCTC Campus

MCTC Campus

MCTC is located in the heart of a vibrant city, in an area rich with creative energy and economic activity, corporate headquarters, community organizations, social resources, arts, shops and restaurants.

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