Student Consumer Information
The Student Consumer Information regulations of the United States Department of Education require colleges and universities to provide prospective and current students and employees access to certain information to which they are entitled as consumers.
Schools must also provide a notice of student rights under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
For each targeted area, the information found below includes a brief description, the office phone number where the information may be found, and, where appropriate, a link for the information’s Web address. Please feel free to contact any of the offices indicated.
Please note that consumer information is also available in the College Catalog. When using links to the catalog, please note that you may need to use the table of contents in the catalog to navigate to specific information.
Campus Contacts for Consumer Information
Individuals seeking assistance with obtaining general institutional consumer and disclosure information should contact James Jarman, Director of Marketing and Public Information, at email@example.com or 866-664-2832.
Plans for Improving Academic Programs
Privacy of Student Records – Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 is a federal law, enacted to protect the privacy of students and their educational records. For additional information concerning FERPA, please contact the Registrar at 866-664-2832 or use the following link to review the catalog:
Student Rights to Inspect, Review, and Amend Educational Records
The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their educational records. Included in these rights are the right to inspect and review their education records within 45 days of the day the College receives a request for access and the right to request the amendment of education records that the student believes are inaccurate or misleading. For additional information concerning student rights under FERPA, please contact the Registrar at 866-664-2832 or use the following link to review the catalog:
Cost of Attendance/Education
For information on costs associated with attending school (tuition and fees, books and supplies, transportation costs, etc.), please contact the Financial Aid Office 866-664-2832 or use the following links:
For information on available federal, state, local, private, and institutional need-based and non-need-based assistance programs, please contact the Financial Aid Office 866-664-2832 or use the following links:
- Types of Aid
- How to Apply for Financial Aid
- How Aid Is Disbursed
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirements
- Federal Work Study (FWS)
- Federal Student Loans
College Refund & Withdrawal Policies
For information on MCC’s tuition refund policy and procedures, please contact the Bursar’s Office 866-664-2832 or use the following link:
For information on MCC’s class withdrawal policy and procedures, please contact the Admissions Office 866-664-2832 or use the following link:
Accreditation, Approval, and Licensure of Institution and Programs
For information on associations, agencies, and governmental bodies that accredit Mohave Community College please contact the Office of Compliance 866-664-2832 or use the following link:
Facilities and Services for Students with Disabilities
MCC recognizes and accepts its obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of a disability and requiring the College to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified students in all College programs and activities. An individual with a disability who is considering applying for admission on a full-time or part-time basis and would like to request academic accommodations should schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor. For additional information, please contact the Office of Compliance 866-664-2832 or use the following link:
The GED exam is designed for people who did not complete high school. By passing the GED test, adults may meet educational requirements for employment, job promotion, or admission to college.
MCC provides an extensive schedule of course offerings and programs to serve the diverse needs of its students. Programs include:
- Associate Degree programs to prepare individuals for transfer as upper-division students to baccalaureate degree programs in four-year colleges and universities;
- Associate Degree programs to prepare individuals for careers as technical and paraprofessional workers;
- Certificate and Career Studies programs, which prepare individuals for careers as technicians and skilled and semi-skilled workers.
MCC is dedicated to continuously improving the learning opportunities and services available to its students. As part of this process, MCC completes program reviews for every degree, certificate, and career studies program periodically.
The purpose of Program Review is to:
- Improve instructional programs through data driven peer review and self-evaluation
- Encourage systematic collection and review of student learning assessments and effectiveness measures
- Ensure that each program supports the college mission and aligns with the strategic directions of the college
For a detailed listing of the college’s programs of study and additional information on the College’s program review process, please use the following links for more information:
MCC has a number of facilities dedicated to serving the training and education needs of our students. These facilities offer different environments to support the various levels of use of technology in support of instruction. Instructional facilities include:
Faculty and Staff
To access MCC’s faculty and staff directory, please use the following link:
Transfer of Credit Policies and Articulation Agreements
The Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Business (ABus), and Associate of Science (AS) degree programs are specifically designed for students who want to transfer to Arizona state university. Mohave Community College offers guaranteed articulation agreements with a number of public and private colleges use the following links:
Transfer Credit Earned at Another Institution
For information on transfer credit earned at another institution and how this credit may be eligible for transfer to MCC, please use the following link:
Student Retention, Completion, Graduation, and Transfer Rates
For information on student retention, completion, graduation, and transfer rates, please use the following link:
For information on MCC’s student diversity, please use the following link:
Copyright Infringement – Policies and Sanctions
For information on school policies and sanctions related to copyright infringement, please contact the Office of Compliance, 866-664-2832, use the following links for more information:
- MCC Student Handbook – Student Rights and Responsibilities – Copyright Act Compliance
- MCC Faculty – Intellectual Property (Copyright & Patent) Policies & Procedures
- MCC Staff Manual – Intellectual Property (Copyright & Patent) Policies & Procedures
- Intellectual Property Policy and Procedures
- MCC Computer Acceptable Use
Computer Use & File Sharing
For information on MCC’s computer use and file sharing policies, please contact the Help Desk 866-664-2832 or use the following links:
Campus Security & Public Safety
MCC strives to provide a safe and secure environment for students, staff, and campus visitors. For additional information on campus security or to request a paper copy of the college’s annual security report, please contact the Office of Compliance or the Campus Dean at 866-664-2832, use the following links for more information:
Emergency Response & Evacuation Procedures
The College has a Crisis Management Plan and a Continuity of Operations Plan to address response to various potential threats and hazards and for continuing business operations and academic programs in the event of a major disaster or event that impacts college facilities. Included in the Crisis Management Plan are procedures for communicating emergencies to the campus community, evacuating facilities, providing shelter-in-place locations and actions to take in the event of lockdown orders. Information regarding these plans may be obtained from the Campus Dean or on the Campus Safety webpage.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policies & Prevention
MCC distributes materials annually to comply with the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989. These materials include; standards of conduct, a description of the laws that apply to MCC students regarding alcohol and drugs, a description of the health risks associated with alcohol and drug use, a description of counseling and treatment programs available, and a statement about the sanctions the college will impose for violation of the standards of conduct. For additional information, please contact the Chief Student Services Officer or visit the following links:
- College Policies and Procedures – Illegal Substance Policy
- Drug-free Campus and Alcohol Prevention Information
For textbook information, including the International Standards Book Number (ISBN) and retail price, please visit https://www.mohavebookstore.com/.
MCC Policy Regarding Vaccinations
There are no vaccination requirements for admission to MCC. However, some academic programs, particularly allied health programs, may require vaccinations for participation in laboratories and clinicals. Students interested in programs with this field should consult with the academic unit for specific information. For information on these programs and all related admission requirements, please contact the Student Services
MCC encourages all students to register to vote. To obtain a voter registration form visit Student Services or for more information on voter registration, please use the following link: