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Other Student Services


All buildings and facilities at MCC are accessible. If you need assistance, please call (603) 206-8000 and speak with the Receptionist.


Students are now able to purchase all books, required course material, and MCC Gear at our Online Bookstore. The bookstore also carries a number of basic supplies, MCC apparel and gifts.

If you have any issues or concerns regarding bookstore service or oders, please complete a Bookstore Support Ticket.

Bus Service

Bus service is provided by Manchester Transit Authority and is available Monday-Friday. Schedules are available at the main reception desk. The UPass is free to enrolled students and can be picked up at the main reception desk each year. Students must show their student ID with the UPass on the bus. Starting Fall 2023 we will be transitioning to an MTA app as well.

Cafeteria & Meal Plans

A private vendor runs the cafeteria, which is located in the Student Center. Students can buy hot or cold foods and drinks. Cafeteria hours are posted each semester.

Meal plans are available for students as optional add-ons. There are three levels available. Students may choose to use their financial aid towards the costs of a meal plan. Visit this webform to make a request for a meal plan using financial aid funds.

Child Care

The Child Development Center (CDC), run by a private vendor, offers infant/toddler and preschool care and serves as a Lab School for MCC’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) students. The CDC is staffed by qualified ECE teachers and can often provide a lower teacher/child ratio with the addition of supervised student interns. The Child Development Center provides developmentally appropriate and individualized programming to support all children and families. Open from 7:30am to 5:30pm, the Center is licensed by the State of NH Childcare Licensing Bureau and complies with all regulations and requirements.

For more information, visit the Child Development Center’s website

Housing Options

MCC does not maintain residence halls on its campus or assume responsibility for housing. Students are welcome to check on information about local housing options posted below. Arrangements and contracts for housing are solely between the student and the landlord.

MCC Student ID Card

All students are encouraged to obtain an MCC ID Card. The card is free to all students and only takes a few minutes to get. We recommend that you keep your ID card with you while at the college.

The MCC ID Card entitles you to some great benefits:

  • Use it to easily check out books and other materials from the MCC Library.
  • Scan it to check in for Advising, Tutoring, and other appointments.
  • Ride free on any MTA Bus.
  • Receive discounts from local merchants and businesses.
  • Use the MCC Fitness Center.

If you forget your card and need campus services, MCC staff can look up your ID number.

Drop by the Learning Commons during our regular hours (posted at to get your ID Card. If you lose it, let us know and we’ll make you a replacement card. Please have your student ID number available, or if you do not know it, we can help you look it up.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the MCC Library at (603) 206-8150 or


A student blanket accident insurance policy is available to all students enrolled in the CCSNH System. Please be aware this plan is an accident only plan. For more information visit: and select “CC System of NH.” The college is not liable for personal injuries incurred by students who are in attendance. Students are encouraged to either provide their own coverage or purchase the insurance provided by the system.

All Nursing and Allied Health Students who have a clinical must have personal health insurance, as well as professional liability coverage. This professional liability coverage is purchased through MCC’s Bursar’s office.

Smoking Areas

Smoking is only permitted in the designated smoking areas. Smoking is not allowed in the buildings or non-designated grounds at Manchester Community College.

Summer Camp

The Workforce Development Center offers a variety of summer camps for children. For more information, visit the Summer Camps at MCC page.

Veterans and Active Military Duty Personnel

MCC is proud to support all of our military personnel and their families. Students wanting to use veteran’s benefits for educational expenses, should contact Evelyn Perron in the Registrar’s Office. Verification is done two weeks after classes begin and all documentation needs to be submitted prior to that time. Students should notify the Bursar’s office prior to the payment deadline of any expected veteran’s benefits.