MCC Catalog

Acceptance of Transfer Students/Credits

Acceptance of Transfer Students/Credits Course work transferred or accepted for credit toward an undergraduate degree must represent collegiate course work relevant to the degree with course content and level of instruction resulting in student competencies at least equivalent to those of students enrolled in the College’s undergraduate degree program. Evaluating and Awarding Transfer Credit Any…

Provisional Admissions

Provisional Admissions In certain situations, an applicant may be provisionally accepted by the College and permitted to register prior to completion of all admissions requirements.  Students who are admitted on a provisional basis must complete all admission requirements within the first semester of attendance.  Failure to complete the provisional requirements could result in the student…

Non-Degree Seeking Applicants

Non-Degree Seeking Applicants Non-degree seeking students are those students who enroll in one or more courses but do not desire to graduate from one of the established curricula unless the student enters a class being taught as either continuing education or curriculum.  The student may register for any course which is open to all students…

Dual Major Applicants

Dual Major Applicants A student may pursue additional Programs of Study (majors) with the permission of their academic advisor and the Director of Financial Aid.  The student must request the dual major and present a rationale.  The student’s transfer and/or career goals will be taken into consideration when approving the request.  To request permission, a…

Continuing Education Programs

Continuing Education Programs For applicants seeking admission to a continuing education program, all applicants must complete the College’s continuing education registration process and pay the applicable tuition and institutional fees and meet criteria as determined by credentialing agencies.  For admissions to credentialing programs students must meet criteria determined by credentialing agency.

Tuition Fees and Expenses

Tuition Fees and Expenses Tuition and fees shall be charged in accordance with state statutes and according to schedules established by the North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges (“State Board”) and/or the College’s Board of Trustees (“Board”).  The State Board establishes a general and uniform semester tuition rate for curriculum students.  The State Board…

Special Admission Requirements

Special Admission Requirements The Health Science Programs identified below are designated as limited enrollment programs.  Factors for admission include, but are not limited to: clinical space availability, instructor-to-student ratios specified by the applicable accrediting/approving agencies and/or other limited instructional resources.  In addition, Health Science Programs may have additional student enrollment criteria including, but not limited…

High School Student Enrollment

High School Programs Would you like to begin earning a degree while you’re still in high school? Mayland can get you started. Students who qualify can take college-level courses and earn credit toward their high school graduation and a college degree. Get your future started… Earn high school and college credit Get a head start…

Placement Procedure

Placement Procedure MCC RISE PLACEMENT GUIDE BY MEASURE Students entering a NCCC may be placed into course using a one of several measures: HIGH SCHOOL MEASURES HS GPA Placement ENG Course Math Course < 2.2 ENG 002 MAT 003 2.2 – 2.799 Gateway Course/Co-Reg ENG 111 + 011 MAT 110 + 010/121 + 021/143* +…

Admissions Advising

Admissions Advising Each student seeking information about admission to Mayland Community College should make an appointment with a Success Advisor. The Success Advisor will provide general information about the College offerings, assist with RDS and the application, transcript requests, and placement, as well as provide basic information about financial aid and scholarships. The Success Advisor …