Below are ways to start taking advantage of your MCCA membership. If you have specific questions, please contact MCCA Member Engagement at [email protected].

MemberClicks is our our association management system (or AMS), and provides you with tons of resources. This demo covers everything you need to know for getting started: your member profile, committees section, events information, and additional resources like the MCCA Digital Repository.


1:40 Member Profile
4:28 Accessing Invoices
6:31 Committees
7:38 Community Forums
8:55 Events
10:35 MCCA Digital Repository

Update Your Member Profile

Your MCCA online member profile allows you to customize your member experience to ensure you're getting the information you need in the most effective way. Through your member profile, you can update your contact information, view past and upcoming event registrations, and download invoices. Upon joining MCCA, you will receive an email with your login and temporary password. If you haven't received that email, contact [email protected].

Online Member Profile Information

  • Once you have logged in (mccatoday.org/login) and navigated to your profile (via the My Account tab on the main menu bar), click the My Profile tab to edit and update attributes. ​
  • Hoover over the My Profile tab, you can manage personal settings and preferences, as well as view Message History, Invoices, and Form Submissions.
  • The Connections tab lets you stay up to speed with all your social endeavors. Advanced Search link to the Member Directory.
  • Underneath My Features, along with Photos, you can access Circles, Committees, and E-lists you are subscribed to.
  • The Inbox tab keeps track of messages received and sent to and from other Connections. Make connections with other members by finding their profiles in the Member Directory and clicking the Add Connection.

Attend an Event

Attending a MCCA event is a great way to connect with colleagues, exchange ideas, and stay up-to-date on the latest issues and challenges facing higher education in Missouri. The MCCA Annual Convention, held every November, brings together nearly 1,000 community college and workforce development attendees along with thought leaders and fantastic entertainment. It has been the premier networking event for over 50 years.

Additionally, our educational programs build a culture of continuous professional development. We train young professionals to be tomorrow’s industry leaders and help seasoned executives sharpen their leadership skills. Offered in-person and online, trainings are tailored to professionals just starting their career or moving into a new discipline. ​If you are interested in sharing your industry knowledge by leading a workshop, contact MCCA Professional Development at [email protected].

Make an Impact

MCCA helps our members reach beyond your office or classroom by advocating for on both a state and national level. We give you the tools and opportunities to make your voice matter to you and your peers.