Students and parents are invited to tour any or all of our eight great campuses. See why MDC continues to grow in stature as a nationally significant educational institution. A campus tour will demonstrate the diversity of our student and faculty population as well as a variety of academic resources and the general spirit of goodwill that permeates the MDC community.
The Hialeah Campus offers day, evening, Saturday, and Sunday classes as well as complete student support services in admissions, registration, advisement, and financial aid. Since 1980, the Campus has been serving the Hialeah community and Miami-Dade County including the greater Hialeah, Miami Lakes area.
In 1990, Homestead became the fifth campus of Miami Dade College. It was opened in the historic downtown district of the City of Homestead with the mission to deliver a full range of higher education programs for the Homestead/ Florida City communities. In fulfilling its mission, the campus enhances the communities capacity to meet cultural and social needs, in turn fostering a stronger sense of community. This togetherness was very important following the devastation of Hurricane Andrew and the closing of the Homestead Air Force Base.
The InterAmerican Campus (IAC) is conveniently located in the heart of Little Havana near the Brickell Financial District, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Westchester, and Miami International Airport. The Campus is home for the School of Education, the Dual Language Honors College, and Translation and Interpretation Studies program. IAC offers comprehensive academic programs in business, accounting, computer information technology, transfer degrees, pre-nursing classes, and credit and non-credit opportunities to learn English or upgrade professional skills. Our campus community is proud to serve traditional and non-traditional students alike with day, evening, and virtual classes seven days a week.
During your visit to Miami Dade College Kendall Campus, you will have the opportunity to tour the Library, Computer Courtyard, Student Services Locations, Campus Bookstore, Cafeteria, Student Life and STEM building. If you have a specific department that you would like to visit, let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
Students will be provided a great learning experience by touring the Medical Campus, and have the opportunity to learn about the many programs offered in the areas of Health Care. They will view our state-of-the-art teaching and lab facilities, as well as meet program faculty and students providing detailed information, and demonstrations about short-term certificates and degree programs.
Located on 245 acres in northern Miami-Dade County, this beautifully landscaped campus was the Colleges first. It was built in 1960, on land that once hosted a World War II Naval air station. The main academic buildings of the Campus surround a serene lake and lush walking paths. The North Campus is a gateway for students wishing to upgrade skills and complete one-year certificate programs, prepare for licensing exams or start working on a bachelor's degree.
The Wolfson Campus opened in 1970 by holding classes in the storefronts of downtown Miami. With the completion of the campus’ first permanent facility in 1973, Wolfson catalyzed a downtown renaissance by hosting all manner of civic and cultural discourse. It is the only comprehensive urban campus in the city. Located within the city’s financial, governmental, technological and cultural hubs, Wolfson capitalizes on its unique geographic resource by offering programs in banking/financial services, business, computer technology, paralegal studies, architecture, economics, hospitality management, engineering, the arts, humanities and social sciences.