Welcome to MCCID College of Technology!Welcome to the official website of Manila Christian Computer Institute for the Deaf College of Technology 5th Edition. We have been online since 1997. This latest re-design sports a responsive and uncluttered look as well as an upgraded web accessibility compliance. You can view the site into any screen size, resolution and devices such as mobile and tablet perfectly.
MCCID College believes that every deaf individual is capable of doing jobs that hearing people do and that his disability is not a hindrance to attain what is required in working at any type of environment.
Where are we?
MCCID College of Technology sits on a 6,000 sq. m. rolling hills property in Bgy. Silangan Road situated near the San Mateo, Rizal – Marikina border across Nangka River. The site overlooks the lush greenery surrounding Timberland Hotel on its east and scenic view of Marikina City to its west. Visit our Contact Us page to know the directions on how to get here.
Download MCCID FSL Font
Learn Sign Language through your keyboard. Download the first ever Filipino Sign Language Font designed by MCCID College for FREE! Click on the image to download the font. Go to this website for instructions on how to install the font. Please like our official MCCID FSL Font Page!
- Directory of Deaf Entrepreneurs in the Philippines
- Directory of Deaf Related Web Pages in the Philippines
- Directory of Organizations for the Deaf in the Philippines
- Directory of Schools for the Deaf in the Philippines
- Filipino Deaf Comics
- Filipino Deaf Culture
- Filipino Deaf from the Eyes of a Hearing Person
- Filipino Sign Language of Computer Terms
- Old MCCID Online Website
- Philippine Laws on Disability
- Web Accessibility Designs Philippines
MCCID Video Channel
MCCID College students led by Thenejon Del Mundo and directed by Sir Moises Libot made a simple 6-minute video (with background sounds) about the heroes of Philippine Revolution. This is part of their Digital Video Editing Subject. Film shooting was done at the hillside area of the campus.
Deaf True Story Part II – This video has been viewed more than 11 million times since it was uploaded in 2008.
Excuse Me, Deaf People – This is a short Deaf Culture 101 explanation on how to say “excuse me” to deaf people chatting at hallways.
What Filipino Sign Language is not… – Brief explanation of what FILIPINO SIGN LANGUAGE (FSL) is NOT as explained by MCCID students’ Moises Libot and Regina Grace Buenaventura. MCCID has been a strong advocate on the encouragement and use of FSL in classrooms and in communicating with the community.
MCCID Logo Animation – 3D Animation is one of the things that you can learn at MCCID College of Technology.
Ninja Deaf (in Sign Language) – This is the Final exam entry of Moises Libot and John Michael Caluya in their Adobe After Effects subject which earned them Best Video, Best in Special Effects, Best Director and Best Actress Awards in the Deaf Video Fest 2012 held at MCCID Hall last April 3, 2012.