- Request a Transcript
- Incident Form
- Add/Drop Form
- Academic Forgiveness
- Teaching Excellence Nomination
- MCC Renewal Form
- Student Insurance Claim Form
Parking permits should be obtained at the MCC Bookstore in the Phillips Building. The cost for parking permits is covered by student tuition and fees. Students are issued a vinyl sticker for their vehicle windshield. Students should register every vehicle they may drive to MCC. Students failing to register their vehicle or display their sticker will receive a ticket.
Student Grievance Policy
In order to maintain a harmonious and cooperative environment between and among the College and its students, the College provides for the settlement of problems and differences through an orderly grievance procedure. Every student shall have the right to present his/her problems or grievances free from coercion, restraint, discrimination or reprisal. This Policy provides for prompt and orderly consideration and determination of student problems and grievances by College administrators and ultimately the Vice President.
A grievance is any matter of student concern or dissatisfaction with the College’s control except: (a) student discipline matters regarding academic and non-academic violations (Policy 5.3.2 – Student Conduct); (b) discrimination and unlawful harassment, including sexual harassment and sexual misconduct (Policy 5.3.4 – Discrimination and Unlawful Harassment); (c) a grade appeal (Policy 5.2.5 – Grade Appeal); or (d) any other matter that has a specific grievance process outlined in that policy or procedure. To view the full policy, click here:Student Grievance Policy.
Student Accident Insurance
All curriculum students and some continuing education students are required to purchase supplemental insurance to cover accidents associated with school activities. This group supplemental insurance cost is $1.20 per semester, and is subject to yearly adjustment. This student insurance plan is secondary to any health insurance the student already has. Students may obtain a claim form or from the Student Development Window. The staff or faculty member who witnesses the accident must fill out an Incident Form. All documentation must be returned to Student Development.
Student Health Insurance
Mayland Community College does not specifically endorse this plan or this provider. The Community College Student Insurance program is not endorsed by or affiliated with the State Board of Community Colleges nor the Community College System Office.
Community College Student Insurance (CCSI) works to provide an affordable volunteer health insurance program for students and their families. CCSI is a subsidiary of Open Asset Management Co., a member of FINRA, and DBE, HUB certified by the Department of Transportation and the State of North Carolina HUB Office. CCSI is responsible for enrollment, eligibility verification, and premium collection for the plan.
The plan is a voluntary option for our students. If you are interested, contact the provider directly to enroll or compare with other plans available. Please contact CCSI directly at 919.228.6474 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.