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Seven Steps to Enrollment at MCC!

Step 1: Apply for Admissions

Complete the free admissions application.

Step 2: Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships

  • Federal Financial Aid: To help make college more affordable, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Graduation from an accredited high school or completion of GED is required for federal financial aid.
  • Scholarships: Scholarships are available for new students at MCC. Simply check the box on the admissions application indicating your interest in applying for scholarships. MCC will review your application and determine whether or not you are eligible.

Note: For Summer 2014, $500 MCC Bighorn Grants are available. Once your FAFSA is submitted and received by MCC, you will be notified to create and log in to your new NetPartner account (MCC's online financial aid system). Login to NetPartner, click the "Apply Online" tab and complete the application(s) that appear. Bighorn Grants are awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis to students who have a valid FAFSA on file at MCC.

Step 3: Check Your Financial Aid Status Frequently in NetPartner, MCC's Online Financial Aid System

  • NetPartner is your key to success in managing your financial aid account at MCC, understanding which documents are required for processing, and reviewing the status of your financial aid awards. MCC recommends that you check NetPartner at least weekly for updates. In addition, we will send emails asking you to check NetPartner when action is required on your part.

Step 4. Complete an Assessment for Placement

All first-time students must complete placement assessments in reading, writing and math.  Transfer students must submit an official transcript of prior credit earned at another college or university or complete an assessment for placement. 

Step 5: Meet with a Student Services Specialist for Advisement

Schedule an appointment with a Student Services Specialist  at your local campus to develop an educational plan and schedule the New Student Orientation by calling 866.664.2832. Transfer students should arrange to have official college transcripts sent to the Registrar's office. Students with questions regarding their current financial aid status should contact us at 855.757.5300. Students wishing to speak with a Student Services Specialist should schedule an appointment.

Step 6: Attend New Student Orientation - Sign Up Now!

All first-time students must complete a New Student Orientation. After the New Student Orientation, complete the online course registration or meet with a Student Services Specialist for assistance.

Step 7: Pay Tuition and Fees

Pay tuition and fees or make arrangements for payment. A payment plan is available.


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Please follow these steps:

  1. Call MCC Connect at 1.866.664.2832 to be sure that your transcript has been received by MCC.
  2. Request evaluations only for transcripts that have been received.
  3. Do not request an evaluation for high school transcripts.
  4. Complete all required information on the request form.
  5. Spell out the entire name of the college or university from which the transcripts are arriving. Example: Arizona State University - not ASU.


It takes approximately 4 business weeks from the time your request is received for the evaluation to be completed (peak enrollment times may take longer).

You will be notified through the email account you provide on the request form when your transcript evaluation is complete. You will also be notified if there is any problem with your request.

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