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Registrar's Office, Manchester Community College
Great Path, Manchester, CT 06045
The office at Manchester Community College is where students go to register for classes, declare a major, change theirMore curriculum, request a transcript or register for graduation. Enrolled students can also register for classes online via the college's myCommNet website. The Registrar's Office is located in the Admission's Office, Lowe Building, Room L156. 
Amer*I*Can Educational Consulting Services, LLC
264 Hackmatack St, Manchester, CT 06040
Amer*I*Can Educational Consulting Services offers middle and high school students academic and college advisement.More Consultants meet with students and their parents to outline a specific action plan—from tutoring to college application assistance. This service also provides tutoring for ESL students and has assisted high school students in gaining NCAA eligibility. Consultants are available for a free intial session.
Great Path Academy
60 Bidwell St, Manchester, CT 06040
A magnet school run by the Capital Region Education Council, Great Path Academy is a college preparatory high school onMore the campus of Manchester Community College that is open to any students grades 10 through 12 from nine participating districts. Students are admitted to the school through a lottery process, with the number of seats available for admission per community determined by the individual districts. Students at Great Path have the opportunity to earn tuition-free college credits and participate in internships with local companies. They are expected to adhere to a high level of academic standards. The school serves more than 280 students. 
Manchester Community College
60 Bidwell St, Manchester, CT 06040
Founded in 1963, Manchester Community College is located on a sprawling, picturesque 160-acre campus on Bidwell Street.More MCC offers students of any age the opportunity to pursue more than 90 degrees and certificates at affordable tuition rates while still adhering to a high level of academic standards. The college serves more than 15,000 each year, but the institution makes small class sizes a priority. Classes begin as early as 8 am and can go to as late as 9:35 pm, and include weekend and online offerings, giving students the opportunity to create flexibility schedules around work, family life and other priorities. The campus includes a library, a television studio, a 350-seat auditorium, an art gallery and studio, a fitness center and numerous playing fields used for the college's four NJCAA Division III sports teams (men's and women's soccer, women's basketball and men's baseball). Great Path Academy,  a magnet school for grades 10-12, is also located on the MCC campus.