Students at MCC

Mayland Community College is a close-knit community committed to creating opportunities, expanding horizons, and encouraging excellence.

Avery Learning Center:

785 Cranberry Street
Newland, NC 28657
(828) 733-5883
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Yancey Learning Center:

107 Wheeler Hills Road
Burnsville, NC 28714
(828) 682-7315

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Main Campus:

200 Mayland Drive

Spruce Pine, NC 28777

(828) 765 7351

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Programs of Study:

What Degree or Program can I pursue at MCC?

What Program can I pursue at MCC? MCC currently offers 29 Programs of Study, including 15 degree, 14 diploma and 34 certificate opportunities.

Click here to explore the list!


More About MCC:

Facts & Figures

Policies, Statistics, and much helpful information can be located on our About Us page.


Current News:

What's Going On?

Announcements, News and the latest Happenings!

LEO student portal
MCC on Facebook and Twitter

*** Attention Students ***
All Students Have New LEO User IDs, Passwords, and New Office 365 Email Accounts.

Please refer to the links below for important information:

Welcome students!

Our Student Development Division is here to support MCC students in their academic and personal endeavors. We are also the first place individuals visit when they apply to Mayland Community College.

On the left are links to a variety of programs and services available through our division to applicants and students at Mayland. I encourage you to make use of this information to get answers to your questions, problems, or issues.

Thank you for stopping by. I hope you find the information you need. If you don't, please let us know.

The Mayland Community College Student

At Mayland Community College, we have a variety of students. Recent high school graduates, transfer students, displaced workers, single parents, second career students...these are just a few of the many types of individuals we serve every day. You can learn more about what Mayland can offer you by visiting our admissions website.


Important Financial Aid Changes

The appeals process for students whose financial aid has changed due to issues with academic progress has changed. You must submit a form (download it here) for review of your appeal, and you must document your reasons for the appeal. If you have questions, please contact the Financial Aid Office.


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