Credit Free ProgramsMCC’s Credit-Free Program offers open enrollment courses and workshops for professional development and personal enrichment, and promotes the College as a regional center for lifelong learning. Please check our current Credit-Free catalog for a complete listing of courses.
Courses are flexibly scheduled for day or evening classes and during weekdays and/or weekends. Classes are held at either the MCC campus or the East Hartford Community Cultural Center. Some courses are held at off-site facilities, such as fitness centers, dance studios, martial art schools, and billiard clubs, while other courses incorporate field trips to museums, parks, and performing art centers.
The Credit-Free Program has four sessions (spring, summer, fall, and winter), and produces a catalog for each session. More than 1,000 courses are offered each year, and include a diverse range of subjects, such as computer technology, photography, real estate, boating, arts & crafts, cuisine, foreign languages, English as a Second Language, drama, creative writing, publishing, dance, music, history, exercise and fitness, yoga and meditation, and a host of other professional and personal development courses. New courses are added to every session, and popular ones are offered on a continuing basis. If you have teaching experience in any of the above subjects and would like to share your expertise, please visit our Teaching for Continuing Education web page.
Credit-Free sessions also include certificate programs, which may consist of a single course or a series of courses. Please visit this site for a complete list of certificates and requirements.
Additional InformationThe College's Continuing Education Division provides timely programs relevant to changing community needs and promotes the College as a focus of lifelong learning.
Continuing Education coordinates:
- Credit Extension Courses
- Credit-Free courses for: adults, seniors, and children
- Custom training for business and industry
Continuing Education programs are self-supporting. Each year more than 8,000 area residents become involved in credit and non-credit courses, seminars and workshops, as well as the many cultural activities and special educational services offered through the Division. The Division offices are located in the B Wing of the Learning Resource Center in rooms B131 & B147, a-g.
For additional information, contact: Umesh Vig