Mayland Community College is proud to offer a strong scholarship program through the college’s Foundation. The mission of MCC Foundation is to support, strengthen, and advance the work of MCC, and Scholarship funding is a major part of this mission. The MCC Foundation, offering over 50 scholarship opportunities annually, seeks students who exhibit strong academic promise and have unmet financial need. Click here to apply. 

The Financial Aid department proudly serves as the host of MCC’s Foundation scholarship program. Foundation scholarship awards are based upon a competitive application process, financial need, and academic merit.   The Scholarship Committee consists of a diverse group of faculty and staff who reviews applications and awards scholarships without regard to race, creed, religion, color, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin or physical disability.


Community-based scholarships serve as the bridge to higher education for many deserving students who need financial assistance. We, as a community, can help prepare a new generation for a strong workforce by placing a college education within their grasp. Mayland Community College is pleased to partner with our surrounding communities to further this goal.

Additionally, Mayland Community College facilitates scholarship offerings from the North Carolina Community College System Office. The scope of scholarships offered by the North Carolina Community College System encompasses state, corporate, and private sponsors. Career specific scholarships are also made available to MCC students.

Offerings include:

  • The North Carolina Community Colleges Foundation Endowment for Teacher Preparation (Glaxo-Smith Kline Scholarship)
  • North Carolina Community Colleges Foundation for Health Careers
  • Forgivable Education Loan for Service (FELS)

Click here for additional offerings and further information.


Notice of Non-Discrimination

Mayland Community College (“College”) strives to make its campus safe and welcoming learning and working environments.  The College prohibits discrimination and harassment in its services, employment and programs based on race, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, sex, age, disability, genetic information and veteran status. 

To comply with the applicable federal state laws and regulations, the following person has been designated as the Title IX Coordinator (“Coordinator”) to handle and investigate inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies:

Randy Ledford
Vice President, Academics and Student Development
Title IX Coordinator
Phillips Hall

Judy McClure
Director, Human Resources
Deputy Title IX Coordinator & Disability Officer
Gwaltney Hall

Michelle Musich
Dean of Students
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Gwaltney Hall

Doug Dewar
Director, Counseling Center
Disability Officer
Gwaltney Hall

In the event where the complainant is a student and the alleged perpetrator is an employee, both the Coordinator and the Student Title IX Coordinator shall work together to investigate the complaint.  All rights will be afforded to student victims as prescribed by federal and state laws and regulations.