We look forward to seeing you at our Open House on Saturday, January 14, 2023, from 10a.m. – 12:00p.m.
COVID-19 Update: Mask wearing for fully vaccinated visitors at MCC campuses is optional. We kindly ask that those who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 wear a mask on campus. Thank you for helping to keep our community safe.
First 100 people to attend receive a free t-shirt. *
* While supplies last. For prospective students only.
MCC Downtown Campus
321 State Street, 6th Floor
Rochester, NY 14608
*enter building from entrance on Morrie Silver Way.
FROM THE WEST (BUFFALO AREA)
Take New York State Thruway 90 east to exit 47. Follow I-490 eastbound to exit 12 at the intersection of Brown/Allen streets. Continue onto Allen St., which becomes Morrie Silver Way. Turn right into campus parking lot after crossing N. Plymouth Ave. The main campus entrance faces the northeast end of the parking area.
FROM THE EAST (SYRACUSE AREA)
Take New York State Thruway 90 west to exit 45. Follow I-490 westbound to exit 14 at the intersection of South Washington/Spring streets. Continue onto South Washington St. Turn right onto West Main St. and left onto N. Plymouth Ave. After the railroad underpass, turn right into the campus parking lot. The main campus entrance faces the northeast end of the parking area.
FROM THE INNER LOOP WESTBOUND
Exit the off-ramp to State Street at the intersection of State/Allen streets. Continue onto Allen St. and turn right onto N. Plymouth Ave. at the intersection. After the railroad underpass, turn right into the campus parking lot. The main campus entrance faces the northeast end of the parking area.
Parking for guests is available in lot AA (directly across the street from the building entrance), with overflow parking available in lot CC.
Questions? Email FWDcenter@monroecc.edu
THE FWD Center GRAND OPENING
FWD Center grand opening celebration on Monday, May 23, 2022.
The FWD Center features 50,000 sq. ft. of flexible training space, focusing on short-term and accelerated training programs in technology-oriented careers and industry 4.0 skill sets. The dynamic programming at the FWD Center links education with the evolving demands of the regional workforce.