Getting Started at MCC

Getting Started at MCC

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Step 1: Apply

All applicants who wish to enroll at Mohave Community College must complete the free admissions application.

Complete your residency and citizenship forms online for in-state tuition. Appropriate documentation and photo identification will be needed.
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Step 2: Plan for Payment

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Visit our scholarships page for scholarship opportunities, application criteria and additional financial aid details.

An affordable payment plan is available as a payment alternative to financial aid with 0% interest! Enrollment is easy. Sign up by the first day of the semester to be eligible for no down payment and up to four monthly payments (payment structures may change by semester). A per semester fee of $25 is required.
Financial Aid Options
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Step 3: Discuss Course Placement

All first-time students and transfer students are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor to discuss course placement using Multiple Measures.

Multiple Measures

Multiple measures placement utilizes two or more criteria for assessment and course placement. Under a multiple measures approach, students can be placed based on the following criteria:

(To view the criteria for placement, refer to the MCC Placement Guide.)

  • ACT/SAT scores.
  • Previous Accuplacer exam scores.
  • High School transcript.
  • GED scores/transcripts.
  • Official/Unofficial college transcripts.
  • Work experience.

Transfer students must submit an official transcript of prior credit earned at another college or university. See Transcript Evaluation Criteria for all the necessary steps to have an official transcript evaluated.

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Step 4: Advising

Develop an education plan with Academic Advisor .

Step 5: Register

Log in to myMohave, find the card titled “myMohave Self-Service” and click “Go To Self-Service”. Once in myMohave Self-Service, click on Student Planning or Course Catalog to register for classes.
Register For Classes

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Step 6: Attend!

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