MCC Catalog

General Admission Requirements

General Admission Requirements Admission to the College does not guarantee immediate acceptance to the curriculum program desired by the applicant.  Admission to certain programs may have additional specific entrance requirements.  Students may have to complete basic skills or developmental level courses before being accepted into their desired academic curriculum program. The Vice President for Academics…

Facility Use

Facility Use The College’Facility Uses facilities exist to meet the educational needs of citizens within the College’s service area. The College offers a wide-range of credit curricula and non-credit extension courses and the College’s facilities are to be utilized to facilitate these programs. The College may use its facilities in any legal matter. In addition,…

Evening and Off-Campus Offerings

Evening and Off-Campus Offerings The College is operational both day and evening. Working students can fit coursework around their work schedules and, in some programs, can complete all work toward a diploma or degree by attending classes only in the evening. The College also has off-campus classes, which include both credit and non-credit courses.

Communicable Diseases

Communicable Diseases Communicable diseases, those that have serious effects on human health, can pose a threat to the College community.  The College will take all reasonable measures to ensure the safety of members of the College community during global and local infectious disease events.  “Communicable disease” is defined as an illness due to a specific…

Admissions

Admissions Admission to programs is available to students eighteen (18) years of age or older or students as young as sixteen (16). In special cases, 16 and 17 year olds will be considered when there is available space in the class. Certain programs require placement test scores or proof of high school graduation prior to…

NCCS Performance Measures

NCCS Performance Measures The Performance Measures for Student Success Report is the North Carolina Community College System’s major accountability document. This annual performance report is based on data compiled from the previous year and serves to inform colleges and the public on the performance of our fifty-eight (58) community colleges. The process of monitoring performance…

MCC Board of Trustees

MCC Board of Trustees Trustee Name Representative County Edwina Sluder Avery County Keith Holtsclaw Mitchell County Nancy Burleson Mitchell County Gwen Harris Yancey County Jacob Willis Mitchell County Van Phillips Mitchell County Martha Hicks Avery County Fred Stout Avery County Johnny Riddle, Chair. Yancey County Jennie Harpold Avery County Bryan Peterson Yancey County Vacant SGA…

MCC Foundation Board of Directors

MCC Foundation Board of Directors The MCC Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization whose mission is to support, strengthen, and advance the work of Mayland Community College. Volunteers from the College’s service area and beyond serve on the Foundation Board of Directors to raise funds and cultivate friends for the College. Their efforts…

WIOA Youth Services

WIOA Youth Services WIOA-funded programs provide services to both in- school and out-of-school youth combining year-round and summer training activities. These activities help eligible young people to achieve academic and employment success and to be prepared for lifelong learning through an array of options that will improve their educational and skill competencies and provide connections…

NC Works Career Centers

NC Works Career Centers Mayland Community College’s Career Centers provide training, education, and employment programs funded through the federally funded Workforce Investment Opportunity Act (WIOA). The purpose is to prepare adults and dislocated workers for available employment opportunities through a variety of services: Information on local career opportunities Matching skills to jobs Scholarships for training…