What’s New for 2019-2020!
Request to Meet with an Admissions Specialist – Recruiter at the high school.
Bookstore – MCC has partnered with Ambassador Education Solutions to provide the best value and highest customer service. Click the link to view the Mohave Bookstore.
MCC is now using the Next Generation Accuplacer
- Schedule an accuplacer.
- New scores, see placement guide.
- No longer using My Math Test to retest for math.
- Get the FREE study app with samples questions and explanations for both correct and incorrect answers. Explore practice questions and get feedback on the skills you need to focus on the most.
How to Upload Documents
Admission Application – How to Apply
FERPA form is now online at jics.mohave.edu. Once the student is logged in the FERPA form is located on the left-hand side of the page under Quick Links, FERPA Release.
Check out our updated MCC Scholarships Page
For a completed list of programs check out the MCC Catalog 2019-2020
Add – How to Add a Course
Withdraw (check the Academic Calendar for withdrawal dates) – How to Withdraw
Drop (check the Academic Calendar for drop dates) – How to Drop a Course
Drop classes due to Special Circumstances – In special circumstances, students may request to be dropped from all courses. If you have a student that must drop all classes due to a special circumstance, please have the student meet with the Admission Specialist – Recruiter to discuss and complete the request form.
Approval for special circumstance refunds must be obtained from the chief student services officer. In special circumstances, a student may request to be dropped from all courses after the official add/drop period for one of the following reasons and receive a refund (if applicable) of tuition and net fees (except fees for instruments, tools, or uniform costs):
NOTE: If the student requesting the special circumstances drop has paid for their current courses with financial aid, the student must pay back the financial aid that was received. The special circumstances process does not grant forgiveness for federal Title IV financial aid funds.
- Serious illness of student or student’s spouse, parent, child, legal guardian or sibling as long as the request is made prior to the end of the semester in which the illness occurs. The student must produce a verifiable doctor’s statement certifying that their illness or the illness of the relative prevents the student from attending classes.
- Death of student, student’s spouse, parent, child, legal guardian, or sibling if the request is made prior to the end of the semester in which the death occurs. The student or the student’s representative must provide a death certificate or newspaper obituary notice as well as proof of relationship (birth certificate, marriage license).
- Military service/deployment if the student who belongs to the armed forces or National Guard is called to active duty and assigned to a duty station distant from the campus. A copy of the military orders must be provided.
- Jury duty that requires five days or more of consecutive service. A copy of the court order must be provided.
Note: When courses are dropped through this process, all financial aid received must be repaid by the student. The student needs to meet with an advisor to request a special circumstance refund.
When veteran students, whose higher education pursuits are interrupted by mobilization or activation, reenroll within one year at MCC, every possible effort will be made to place them back into their academic studies track. The college will work to place them as close as possible to the same place that the student previously occupied. This will allow students to continue their academic studies with as little interruption as possible
If you need additional information please contact an Admissions Specialist – Recruiter or MCC Connect at 1.866.664.2832.
Have a great year!