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Mohawk Valley Community College

1101 Sherman Dr, Utica, NY 13501

(315) 792-5400 | Alt: (315) 792-5300 | Website

Become a professional truck driver with CDL training at MVCC!

Non-credit, hands-on training

Be job-ready in weeks

Employment opportunities available NOW!

New drivers are earning more than ever

Funding opportunities available for those who qualify

Mohawk Valley Community College provides accessible, high-quality educational opportunities to meet the diverse needs of our students. We are the community’s college, committed to student success through partnerships, transfer and career pathways, and personal enrichment.

Here at MVCC you will not find yourself in overwhelming lecture halls that you might find in larger Universities. You will notice the difference immediately when you attend your classes. There is a 20 to 1 student faculty ratio in classes. You will have an academic advisor who you can get to know and trust and your teachers will know your name here at MVCC. Please feel welcome to have open discussions and class participation and be comfortable to raise appropriate questions in class.

The Community College Concept

Community colleges are a uniquely American institution. Their mission is to provide access to higher education to everyone - regardless of race, gender, social status, income, geographic location, etc. In support of this goal, community colleges have a tradition of open admissions and low tuition. Public support enables them to keep tuition low and quality high.

Across the U.S., more than 10 million students attend community colleges to improve their future - and that of their families. In return, they improve the country's ability to compete with the rest of the world, and they provide the educated populace on which a free nation depends. For this reason, community colleges have been referred to as "democracy's colleges."

Community colleges are teaching institutions. As such, their entire focus is on creating a learning-centered environment. Classes are kept small and opportunities for interaction between instructor and students are frequent. Community colleges are leaders in developing new programs and new instructional techniques.

Community colleges are strongly oriented toward meeting the needs of the areas they serve. They are actively involved in providing continuing education for adult students, and training needed to support employers services, Center for Community and Economic Development, and two campuses are all the result of its commitment to this orientation.


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