How to register for classes
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Registering for classes
After completing the application process, students work with the Registrar''s Office to sign up for classes. Here are answers to common questions we receive about registration.
Before you can register for classes at MCC, you have to
- Apply for admission AND
- Be assigned an advisor
When you complete those steps, your advisor will assist you in developing a schedule of classes that fit your schedule and meet the requirements of the program in which you are enrolled.
The latest MCC Curriculum Class Schedule is here.
After your advisor meeting, you will register online for classes using LEO (Linking Everyone Online) during the open registration period for the semester. The times you can register will be announced on LEO. You can learn more about LEO and how to register online here.
You must see your advisor before you will be allowed to drop or add a class. After approval, you can make the change to your schedule on LEO (Linking Everyone Online).
Get more complete information on withdrawal in the Online Catalog here.
Unconditional Withdrawal allows you to withdraw from a course during the first third of the term by simply meeting with your advisor, completing a drop form and submitting it to the Registrar's Office. You will receive a "W" grade for the class on the transcript, but the class will not be counted in computing your grade point average.
Conditional Withdrawal allows you to withdraw from a class during the second third of the term by meeting with your advisor and submitting a drop form to the Registrar's Office. You will receive a grade of "WP" or "WF" based on your performance in class as determined by your instructor. A "WP" grade will not be used in computing your grade point average, but a "WF" will count as an "F" in the course in grade computation.
No Withdrawals are allowed during the final third of the term. Exceptions are allowed only under extreme circumstances and must be approved by the instructor, Division Dean and Vice-President of Instructional Services.