MCC Catalog

Estimated Cost of Attendance

Estimated Cost of Attendance The chart below represents estimated student expenses for a full-time (sixteen (16) semester hours) fall and spring semester student at MCC. Estimated Cost of Attendance For NC Resident Living with Parents* Not Living with Parents* Tuition and Fees $2,496.00 $2,496.00 Books and Supplies $1,194.00 $1,194.00 Room and Board $5,035.00 $10,070.00 Transportation…

In-State Employer Waiver

In-State Employer Waiver Employed by a North Carolina based business, which has agreed to pay tuition; A request for the in-state tuition rate must be made on said employer’s letterhead; A copy of the employee’s pay stub must be submitted to verify employment; [AND] The employee’s tuition must be paid with said employer’s check.

Tuition Waiver

Tuition Waiver The North Carolina General Assembly and the State Board have promulgated statutes and administrative regulations dealing with authorized groups of students with respect to tuition and registration fee waivers. For information concerning tuition and registration waivers, see N.C.G.S. §§ 115B-1, 115D-5, 1E SBCCC 800.2 and the North Carolina Community Colleges Tuition and Registration…

Residency Status for Tuition Purposes

Residency Status for Tuition Purposes The specific requirements for establishing residency for tuition classification and State financial aid purposes are prescribed by state law. A North Carolina resident for tuition purposes (and for State financial aid consideration) is a person, or a dependent person (dependent according to IRS tax code – not the FAFSA definition…

Tuition and Fees Refunds

Tuition and Fees Refunds Definitions Academic Period – an academic term or subdivision of an academic term during which the College schedules a set of course sections. Non-regularly scheduled course section – is any of the following: a) a class where a definitive beginning and ending time is not determined; b) a class offered in…

Student Debt Collection

Student Debt Collection Tuition and fees for all College students are due and payable prior to the beginning of each term. A student’s registration will be subject to cancellation when prior term, past due charges have not been resolved before the current term. Students not paying or deferring current term charges by the due date…

Tuition and Fee Deferment

Tuition and Fee Deferment All Curriculum students, after registering for courses for the specific term, must pay or establish a payment plan through a provider approved by the College on or before a specific date prescribed by the College that is on or before the first date of the course section. Students applying for financial…

Payment of Tuition, Fees and Expenses

Payment of Tuition, Fees and Expenses Self Pay Students Students who choose to self-pay may do so by cash, check, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards. Out-of-country checks will not be accepted. Online services are available to pay tuition and fees through Self-Service, found under the MyMCC on mayland.edu. Students receiving financial aid must contact…

Other Fees

Other Fees Required Specific Fees Pursuant to 1E SBCCC 700.5, specific fees will be charged to students for select courses to cover academic costs for consumable goods or services that are specifically required for that course. Such academic costs include, but are not limited to: tools, uniforms, insurance, certification/licensure fees, e-text, labs and other consumable…

Student Fees

Student Fees Pursuant to 1E SBCC 700.1, the Board adopts the following local fees.  The College shall deposit receipts derived from local fees in an unrestricted institutional account.  The College will only use the local fee receipts for the purposes for which the local fee was approved.  The President shall annually report all required local…