COVID-19 Information

3/29/2021 4:33:14 PM

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College for Kids

College for Kids

Summer registration begins Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 8 a.m.


Register using the link above or call 531-MCC-KIDS (5437) to register over the phone.
Registrations should be made under the student's name. Payment is due at the time of registration. Any class marked with an asterisk (*) is no discount.

Waiver of Liability Form
Allergy Form

MCC continues to prioritize the health and safety of our faculty, staff and students and preserve the continuity of learning. Continuing Education has implemented safety measures and directives to minimize health risks from COVID-19 to keep everyone safe. That being said, our summer camps will look a bit different. In an effort to keep consistent sanitation, camps will be held at MCC locations only.  While our College for Kids plan was developed using the most current information available, strategies and protocols may adjust as new developments warrant. 

Safety protocols are below:

  • Masks required for students and staff
  • Consistent and ongoing sanitation
  • Advanced cleaning at the end of each day
  • Social distancing
  • One way traffic
  • Smaller classroom sizes
  • ​​Minimal classes offered at a time


  • Art Adventure Week (ages 6-8 and 9-11)
  • Aviation Week (ages 6-8 and 9-11)
  • Engineer Week (ages 6-8 and 9-11)
  • Mystery Week (ages 6-8 and 9-11)
  • ​Olympics Week (ages 6-8 and 9-11)
  • Science Week (ages 6-8 and 9-11)
  • Shark Week (ages 6-8 and 9-11)
  • Space Week (ages 6-8 and 9-11)

For an added level of safety, students enrolled in classes held for ages 6-11 will need to check in and out each day. A check in table will be at the entrance to each location.  


This summer, College for Kids camps/workshops are for ages 6-11, unless otherwise noted. Ages are listed in each description/title. 


Cancellations made by MCC are fully refunded. Full refunds will be issued to students who withdraw from camp/workshop at least one business day prior to the camp start date. Full refunds will be issued to students who withdraw from culinary camps at least seven business days prior to the camp start date. No credit will be issued for any camps/workshops dropped on or after the camp start date. To withdraw your registration, call 531-MCC-5231.


A waiver of liability form must be completed for each student and submitted before the start date of the camp/workshop in order for your student to attend any College for Kids or College for Teens program. MCC assumes no liability for accidents that occur while participating in College for Kids or College for Teens classes and provides no funds to cover medical costs.


It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to notify us of any allergies that a student may have. It is important for us to know this information before camp begins. Please note, courses held at the Institute for the Culinary Arts are held in commercial kitchens with allergens present, and while all efforts possible will be made to keep students out of direct contact with allergens, no room can be guaranteed as allergen-free.


If you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation in order to participate in any program or activity, contact Disability Support Services at 531-MCC-3841 as soon as possible in advance of the program for consideration of your accommodation request. It is helpful to receive accommodation requests at least 10 days in advance of a program. With less advance notice, it may be difficult to meet needs of interested members. Learn more about MCC Disability Support Services at


Metropolitan Community College reserves the right to take photos of summer camp/workshop participants for promotion. Your registration serves as permission for use of photos that may be taken.


  • Students are to be courteous and respectful of classroom peers, instructors and site supervisors.

  • Students are to observe all rules of safety within each respective classroom area.

  • Students are to maintain equipment in a proper manner and return supplies to the proper designated areas. Facilities are to be maintained in a clean and working order.

  • The following disruptive classroom actions are prohibited:

    • fighting or physical threats, assault or harassment

    • abusive/foul language

    • bringing weapons of any kind to class

    • drugs, alcohol, or smoking related activity while at a class site

    • coming to class under the influence of drugs or alcohol

    • willful damage of property

    • theft of student or college property

Students found to be in violation of the Student Code of Conduct may be asked to leave the classroom immediately. Students will need approval from the Continuing Education Department if/when a student is allowed to return to class. The parent/guardian of the student will be notified if the student is not allowed to return to class to arrange for the student to be picked up early. For more information about MCC's student code of conduct policy, visit



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