Language, Literature, & Communication Division


The Division of Language, Literature, & Communication offers college courses in English, French, German, Spanish, and Speech, as well as developmental courses in Reading and Writing. Courses in these academic areas are basic components of a well-rounded general education, and completing them prepares students for personal and professional success at MCC and beyond, in workplaces, businesses, colleges, and universities everywhere.

Writing Support, Tutoring, and More
MCC’s Academic Support & Tutoring (AST) in the Learning Commons assists students with academic support including writing and essay help, support for English courses, Integrated Reading & Writing, and more. AST has tutors and content staff to help with almost every academic course at MCC, especially English courses, papers, and projects, all services free.

English classes designated "CAI" (Computer-Assisted Instruction) are taught in computer classrooms and require daily use of computers. CAI students get a head start on writing papers and in conducting online research needed for many types of writing assignments. Students should have basic keyboarding skills to enroll in CAI classes.