A. The Minnesota Career College Association (MCCA), formed in 1958, represents private institutions of higher learning delivering career specific education accredited by agencies recognized by the United States Department of Education.
- Advocates at the state and federal level on behalf of career-minded students to ensure choice and access to higher education;
- Supports educational excellence among its member institutions through peer networking and professional development opportunities;
- Actively promotes the values of career-focused higher education.
A. MCCA represents 27 campuses and 11 college systems across the state of Minnesota.
A. Member institutions, in the fall of 2014, served over 13,000 students, offering programs from the certificate/diploma level through graduate degrees.
A. On average:
A. Sixty percent of career college students have an Expected Family Contribution of $0. Approximately 60% of students at MCCA member schools qualify for the Minnesota state grant.
A. They are:
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