Current Classes

MCC is now closed to the public until further notice, with the exception of computer lab hours for current students who do not have access to internet.  Please see below for details on how to schedule lab time.

 

Class Delivery

    • For the remainder of Spring Semester 2020 classes will be taught online when possible. Classes which cannot be completed online due to lab components will be extended into the Summer Semester 2020.
    • High School students enrolled in MCC courses will also be expected to keep up the course work in Moodle.
    • Faculty will communicate any important course announcements through student e-mail and/or Moodle.
    • If you have questions or concerns about a particular class, please contact your instructor.

Withdrawal Deadlines for Spring Semester 2020

    • Deadline for withdrawal from a 16 week class is April 6, 2020
    • Deadline for withdrawal from a 12 week class is April 14, 2020
    • Deadline for withdrawal from an 8-week classes is April 21, 2020

Computer Lab Access

Lab access on all three campuses will be made available for students who do not have access to internet.  Students must call the respective campus to schedule a block of time prior to arriving to ensure there is a space and proper social distancing.  The students identified by Faculty as not having access to internet have been contacted by Student Services and given this information and if you refer new students please reserve the limited space for those without internet access.

                  Avery Learning Center

    • Open 10 am to 2 pm, Monday – Thursday
    • Can accommodate 5 -7 students at a time for 2 hour blocks
    • Students need to call 828-766-1381 to make an appointment

                 Yancey Learning Center

    • Open 10 am to 2 pm, Monday – Thursday
    • Can accommodate 5 -7 students at a time for 2 hour blocks
    • Students need to call 828-682-7315 to make an appointment

                 Mitchell Campus – Academic Support Center

    • Open 10 am – 2 pm, Monday – Thursday
    • Can accommodate 3 students for 2 hour blocks
    • Students have specifically expressed the need for Visual Studio 2017 and Microsoft Expressions, both of these are loaded in the ASC
    • Students need to call Doug Dewar, 828-773-1805, to make an appointment

Tutoring and Other Assistance

As Mayland transitions to online course delivery, face-to-face tutoring will not be available. However, there are several excellent resources for academic support available to you. Please take advantage of these resources, and reach out for assistance when needed.

    • Online Tutoring via NetTutor
    • A link to NetTutor is available as soon as you log in to Moodle. NetTutor is a free and very user-friendly Live Tutoring Service. It offers 24/7 help for English, Math, and Paper Writing (upload a draft and get it back with improvement suggestions). Many other subjects are offered according to the NetTutor Live Tutoring Schedule. (Direct Access to Free Online Tutoring links only work when you logged into Moodle.)
    • Virtual Academic Support Center
    • For online access to the Academic Support Center, you can email Ben Duncan at bduncan@mayland.edu to schedule a meeting via Zoom. Ben will be available and responding to emails during the ASC’s regular hours, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, Tuesday-Friday. He will provide instructions via email for accessing Zoom, which is very easy to use.

Moodle Issues:

The 24/7 Moodle Help Desk provides both real time help and a Frequently Asked Question section, so you can quickly get help if you get stuck while working in a course. The service offers both live telephone [(877)-909-3112] help as will a Chat feature.

Remember, if you have questions, you always have access to your instructors via phone or email. Please contact Dora Smith (dsmith@mayland.edu; 828-766-1260), the Tutoring Coordinator, if you have specific questions about tutoring or academic support.