MCC Catalog

Resume/Interviewing Assistance

Resume/Interviewing Assistance Students preparing to look for work can get help with resume writing, interviewing skills, and job search strategies. Resume software is available that offers a variety of examples and templates. Practice interviews are available for students who want to refine their interview skills. Students can also learn networking skills to strategically uncover the…

Career Counseling

Career Counseling Students can receive help in assessing their career interests, abilities, values, skills, personality type, and other factors important in making career choices. Popular career assessments include the Myers-Briggs Personality Inventory and the Strong Interest Inventory.  Students can research a wide variety of occupations and fields of interest using resources such as web databases,…

Counseling and Disability Services

Counseling and Disability Services The mission of the Counseling and Disability Services office is to enhance the personal and professional development of students and provide an environment that is supportive and inclusive. From pre-admission to post-graduation, the Counseling and Disability office provides student-centered counseling and programming in the areas of career planning, transfer assistance, supportive…

Types of Financial Aid

Types of Financial Aid Federal Pell Grant Program The purpose of the Federal Pell Grant is to provide eligible students with a foundation of financial aid for post-secondary education. Any student working toward a degree/diploma/certificate may be eligible for the grant, which ranges from  $672-$6,495 per academic year, depending on the number of credit hours…

Reinstatement of Financial Aid Eligibility

Reinstatement of Financial Aid Eligibility If a student loses financial aid eligibility by failing to meet the Academic and/or Program Completion standard and after self-pay or the use of outside resources feels that the standards are met, the student must contact the Financial Aid Office to have their SAP status re-calculated. If the standards have…

Students Receiving Pell

Students Receiving Pell Programs of Study Students classified as special credit, undecided, or non- degree seeking are ineligible for federal financial aid. Some certificate and diploma programs do not qualify to receive federal student aid. The diploma and certificate programs that are Pell-eligible may be subject to a reduced award using the clock-hour or clock-to-credit…

Application Procedures

Application Procedures All students seeking financial aid should file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by visiting www.fafsa.gov. This application is used to determine eligibility for all federal aid, including: Pell Grants, College Work-Study, and the Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG). It also is used to determine eligibility for the North Carolina Community College…

Regulations and Eligibility Requirements

Regulations and Eligibility Requirements Student eligibility for financial assistance is determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the Mayland Community College Scholarship Application. All information received in the MCC Financial Aid Office will remain confidential. Awards are made according to federal, state, and local regulations. A student’s need is determined by…

Financial Aid

Financial Aid Mayland Community College seeks to provide financial assistance to students who otherwise would not be able to continue their education.. Types of aid available include scholarships, grants, part-time work, childcare, tax credits and private third-party education loans. All students are encouraged to apply for financial assistance. Counselors are available to advise students in applying…

Book and Supplies

Book and Supplies The cost of books and supplies varies greatly among programs from one semester to another. Textbooks average $140.00 per class. Used textbooks, rental books, and E-books are available at a lesser cost when possible.