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Get Started at Macomb

Are you interested in transferring to a four-year college or university to complete a bachelor’s degree? Launch into a career with an academic certificate or an associate degree? Advance in or enter the workforce with technical skills via a short-term training program through our Workforce and Continuing Education (WCE) Department? Get a head start on college while still in high school? 

We offer all that and more.  More options. More resources. More career pathways to take you where you want to go! Take a look at our Viewbook to learn more about what we can do for you!

Get started today and let Macomb help you fulfill the promise you made to yourself!

Know what you want to do? Let your plans lead the way...

Apply for Academic Study

Apply for Academic Study

(Transfer Courses, Certificates and Associate Degree Programs)

Choose this path if you’re interested in earning credit that can be applied toward an academic certificate, associate degree or transfer plan to a bachelor’s degree program at a four-year college or university.

Register for Workforce and Continuing Education Programs/Classes

Register for Workforce and Continuing Education Programs/Classes

(Professional Development, Workforce Training, Personal Enrichment)

Choose this path if you’re interested in professional development opportunities in business and information technology, short-term workforce training for immediate employment or personal enrichment.

Application not required.

Ready for the next step?

Create Admission Account

Admission Account Login

Workforce & Continuing Education Registration

Returning Student Update form

Still not sure?

Our Admissions Team is here to help you figure it out!

Admission is open to any citizen or permanent resident of the United States. Students under 18 years of age must have a high school degree, GED, or be admitted to the college under a dual- enrollment, early college partnership or Early College of Macomb program.

If you’re interested in Workforce and Continuing Education’s short-term training programs, it’s as easy as signing up for classes! No application is required and there are no admission requirements.