Distance Education and Learning Centers

Students who plan to take all courses at the Avery Center, Yancey Center, or through distance education, are required to complete all admission requirements.  Distance Education students may submit the MCC Application for Admission on-line, take the NCDAP at another institution and transfer scores to Mayland Community College; if necessary, and complete all other requirements for admission by phone, e-mail or mail.  Admissions/Retention Advisors are available during scheduled times at the off-campus Centers to assist students.

Residency for Distance Learning

The College is not authorized to provide distance learning courses outside of North Carolina unless state authorization has been granted from the state in which the applicant resides.  State authorization requires colleges to seek and secure authorization to offer instruction in that state.

Admission of applicants residing outside of North Carolina to an on-line degree, diploma, certificate program or individual on-line courses offered by the College is dependent on the College’s ability to secure authorization from the applicant’s state of residence.

State authorization does not affect the cost of attending the College.  Tuition requirements, including those for out-of-state students, still apply.  This requirement does not apply to non-credit continuing education courses.