MCC professional counselors will help students determine their educational and career goals by assessing their interests, abilities and values.
To achieve that end, MCC offers students FOCUS 2, an online personalized career and educational planning system based on established career and counseling principles. It provides a complete picture of your interests, values, personality, skills, and leisure activities using self-assessment questionnaires, interest inventories, and personality testing. After assessing your personal attributes, the system searches its career and occupational information database to identity and analyze occupations and career paths that match your personal characteristics.
FOCUS 2 is available for use by all Muskegon Community College students and alumni.
To create an account, use the access code: Jayhawk.
Students will need to register with their muskegoncc.edu account.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Why should I use FOCUS 2?
A. FOCUS 2 assesses you from a holistic standpoint (personality, interests, how you spend your leisure time, etc.) and uses this data to guide you towards majors and careers that align with these characteristics.
Q. How much time does it take?
A. The assessments will take you approximately 45 minutes to an hour. You can spend as much time as you need researching the majors and careers that interest you.
Q. Is my progress saved on FOCUS 2?
A. Yes, FOCUS 2 saves your test results, selected majors/careers, and portfolio. There is an option to retake any of the assessments once you log into FOCUS 2.
Q. How do I retrieve my username and/or password if I have forgotten them?
A. If you forgot your username or password, you can retrieve them from the returning student login page.There is a link underneath the login box stating, “If you have forgotten your username or password, click here.” You will need to enter your email address, which will be your student e-mail address. The MCC Counseling and Advising Center does not have access to your password.
For more information on career development, contact the MCC Counseling and Advising Center at (231) 777-0362 or stop by Room 101 on campus. All of our services are free-of-charge.