Stevenson Center for Higher Education
You can earn your bachelor or master degree on the MCC campus, the following colleges offer a variety of degrees to help you complete your education.
The Stevenson Center, (formerly the Muskegon Center for Higher Education), is a 93,500 square foot building constructed on the picturesque campus of Muskegon Community College. The Center houses a unique academic consortium comprised of Muskegon Community College, Ferris State University, Grand Valley State University, and Western Michigan University. The Center contains 40 classrooms/conference rooms including a computer classroom and laboratory, a large conference room, a large lecture hall, and a science room.
A catering kitchen on the second level accommodates food service needs for banquets, meetings, conferences, and receptions. Communication technology advancements allow for a variety of instructional delivery systems. Each room in the facility is wired for voice, video and data transmission. Teleconferencing and integrated distance learning technology is available as well.
The Muskegon Community College Graphics Technology instruction and reproduction departments, Media Services Department, and the Television Studio are all housed in the Stevenson Center.
For more information on specific programs, visit the Stevenson Center Program Page.