Advisors FAQs

Answers to commonly asked questions...

We have several questions that are commonly asked by new students at Mayland, and we have collected them and their answers on this page.

What are Mayland's admissions requirements?

To enroll in a program leading to an Associate's Degree, Diploma, or Certificate, you must have a high school diploma or GED, transcripts from your high school or any colleges or universities you have attended, and complete the MCC Placement Test (Accuplacer).

Some courses of study allow you to be enrolled in the GED program and a certificate program at Mayland at the same time. For more information, consult the MCC Catalog.

Do I have to take the SAT or ACT?

No, you will take the MCC Placement Test (Accuplacer) when you enroll at Mayland to help us determine the sequence of classes you should take, but the SAT and/or the ACT are NOT required. Click here for a sample placement test

What if I don't know what I want to do?

We have a Career Counselor available in the Counseling Center. You can take career assessments that help you determine your interests. If you would like more information, call the Center at 828.766-1256.

How much is tuition at Mayland?

If you are a North Carolina resident, tuition is $71.50 per credit hour up to 16 credit hours. So, the maximum tuition for a North Carolina resident is $1144.00 per semester. Out-of-state residents is 263.50 per credit hour.

When can I register for classes?

Please see the college calendar and contact your advisor or Student Development at Mayland to schedule an appointment.

Do classes transfer?

Yes! You may begin your four-year degree at MCC! Earn up to two years of general education courses commonly recognized by most major universities.

Transfer Programs include:

  • Associate in Arts
    • Associate in Arts, Diploma
  • Associate in Science
    • Associate in Science, Diploma

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Have a question? Need help with your application? Get in touch with us!

TELEPHONE
Student Development 828-766-1234
Counseling Center 828-766-1256 
1-800-462-9526

E-MAIL
admissions@mayland.edu