Student Success Stories

Using the tools provided to me by Midwestern Career College, I have accomplished things in my field that were beyond any of my expectations. Now I’m returning to Midwestern to continue my education. I know that the courses offered will be in arranged in a way that’s easy to understand and succeed in, both in and outside the classroom. – Venessa Gonzalez, Sonography Technician


I studied in MCC’s English language training program prior to being accepted at University of Illinois Chicago’s master of arts program in public health. MCC’s English language training program has devoted, knowledgeable teachers who challenge students and encourage you to work harder. The program has flexible schedules that I really appreciated.  Carla Pinto, MD


I loved MCC’s MRI Technology program. It challenged me to expand my mind, to think outside the box and to grow my potential. By studying MRI technology, I’m now able to help people who are sick, to see what’s going on inside their bodies, and to have a positive impact on their well-being. – Devonna Taylor, MRI Technologist



I am determined to graduate together with my cohort! I’m a New York native, so Chicago is a new city to me. Going to school at Midwestern Career College is a new and exciting experience that I can share with my professor and cohorts. — Jenny Huang, Medical Assistant Student, Certified for Phlebotomy


I am stronger than my excuses and better than I seem. I love that I am becoming a better person that can help you when you’re sick. — Beatriz Lopez, Medical Assistant Student, Certified for Phlebotomy


I am very blessed to have the opportunity to go back to school and do what I believe that God has created me for — to help people. — Lauren Long, Medical Assistant Student, Certified for Phlebotomy


Suhi Garcia, Medical Assistant Student, Phlebotomist Certified, Midwestern Career College,

I am strong. Being a student at MCC filled me with knowledge, intelligence and skills I needed to start my career as a medical assistant. — Suhi Garcia, Medical Assistant Student, Certified for Phlebotomy


Blood Drive and Community Wellness Day in Blue Island

On Friday, September 8, Midwestern Career College held a Blood Drive and Community Wellness Day, in association with Heartland Blood Centers.

Blood donors received a $5 Subway gift card and a Siegel’s Pumpkin Fest Ticket. Read more.

Upcoming Certification Exams

MCC is proud to host certification exams on-campus. In the upcoming months, NCCT and BONENT exams will be held at MCC’s 100 S Wacker campus extension. Read more.

ARRT Recognition

The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) recognizes Midwestern Career College’s Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technology (Degree) and Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Degree) programs as approved educational programs for ARRT’s magnetic resonance imaging and sonography certification and registration respectively. Graduates of these programs are eligible to sit for ARRT’s certification exam respective to each field. You can find MCC’s listings on the ARRT website here.

MCC Named Military Friendly® School by Victory Media

Midwestern Career College is proud to announce that it has earned the 2017 Military Friendly® School designation by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs®, STEM Jobs℠, and Military Spouse. Read more

“Career Quick Start” 5-Week Webinar Series

Are you looking for a successful strategy for your job search? Do you need advice on what to include in a resume, how to interview, and how to make a good impression? Our Career Quick Start webinars deliver expert advice directly to you via weekly videos available on Facebook and YouTubeRead more

Can a Dialysis Technologist Training Program change your life?

If you are considering dialysis technician as a career, you’re probably shopping around to find the right school to get you where you want to be. There’s a lot to consider, from programs to clinicals to certification. We recently asked Maria Lupascu, CHT, the program director for Midwestern Career College’s dialysis technologist training program, what people should take into account when researching dialysis schools. Read more