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.

Student Life

Helland Center

After a dramatic renovation and expansion, the beautiful new Helland Student Center and Fine Arts lobby opened in January 2012. Both spaces have been transformed and offer a number of amenities including a state-of-the-art Student Health Clinic (H.3400), a multi-purpose event space (H.1002), a convenience store and expansive study spaces. Also located within this newly renovated space is the Student Senate and City College News offices, as well as our Student Life Information Desk and spaces for student groups and study groups to meet, plan, study and learn.

As the center of MCTC community life, the Helland Student Center offers a space for Student Life to complement the academic experience through an extensive variety of cultural, educational, social and recreational programs. Through volunteerism, boards, committees and student employment, students will gain first-hand experience in citizenship, leadership, social responsibility and exercising their values.

Student Life and the Helland Student Center encourage self-directed activity, giving maximum opportunity for self-realization and for growth in individual social competency and group effectiveness. Our aim is to foster a sense of community that cultivates enduring loyalty to MCTC (the role of the College Union as applied to MCTC, Association of College Unions International, 1996).

Tour the Helland Center

Take a look at the 16,800 sq ft addition and 23,000 sq ft renovation to the MCTC Helland Student Center designed collaboratively by LHB and Workshop Architects. 

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Brad Conley

Phi Theta Kappa alum Brad Conley battled with chemical dependency and turned his life around before returning to MCTC nearly 20 years after he first started at the College.


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