Consumer Information regulations of the U.S. Department of Education require colleges and universities to provide access to certain information to prospective and current students and employees. While this information housed in different locations across the College, this page is meant to provide an easy way to find that information. In the case that the consumer information is housed in the College Catalog, it may be necessary to use the table of contents in the Catalog to navigate to specific information.
Contacts for Consumer Information
Individuals seeking assistance with obtaining consumer and disclosure information should contact James Jarman, Director of Marketing and Public Information at firstname.lastname@example.org. The staff at MCC Connect are also available to answer any questions at 866-664-2832.
MCC makes information on its academic programs on our website and in the Catalog. Information about our Instructional staff is in our Directory. We also provide information about our facilities on each campus.
- Bullhead City Campus
- Lake Havasu City Campus
- Neal Campus – Kingman
- North Mohave Campus
- Nursing Instruction Facilities
Accreditation and Licensing
MCC is an accredited institution and several of our academic programs hold additional specialized accreditations. On these pages, you will find information about the status of MCC’s accreditations and contact information for each agency.
Activities for Students
Students at MCC have the opportunity to participate in a variety of clubs. Clubs may focus on an area of academic interest, community service, developing leadership skills, or cultural interests.
Articulation Agreements and Transfer Partners
MCC partners with a variety of institutions to make it easy for our students to continue their education and earn a bachelor’s degree. We maintain articulation agreements and partnerships with a number of institutions both in and out of Arizona.
MCC’s Campus Safety page provides information about crime statistics, procedures for reporting incidents, a form to report Title IX complaints, information about victims’ rights, and a community resource guide.
Cares Act Funding
MCC’s reporting of how Higher Education Emergency Relief Funding (HEERF) can be found on our CARES Act Funding page.
Constitution Day is September 17th each year. MCC’s campus libraries celebrate our nation’s history each year by creating educational displays and games about the U.S. Constitution.
Copyright and File Sharing
MCC’s information on copyright, file-sharing policies and sanctions is available in multiple sources.
- 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
Current and prospective students can find the current course schedules online for each of MCC’s campuses.
MCC maintains compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The College’s Disability Services page has information about services and facilities for students with disabilities.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program
MCC is committed to maintaining a safe environment for students, visitors, and employees. You can find information on our Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program page.
Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures
The Crisis Management Plan addresses various potential threats and hazards that MCC may face. Our Campus Safety page has resources to help students and employees handle most any emergency. Additional information is available in the College Policy/Procedure for Emergency/Evacuation Procedures published in the Student Handbook.
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
MCC values the privacy of our students’ records and maintains compliance with FERPA. You can find our policy and procedures in the Academic Policies section of the Catalog under FERPA Information.
The Financial Aid webpage page and the Catalog offers information about MCC’s financial aid programs. In the financial aid pages and the Catalog, you can find information about:
- Types of financial aid and award criteria
- Application procedures and how to submit financial aid documents
- Eligibility requirements
- Cost of Attendance
- Direct Loan Entrance and Exit Counseling
- Net Price Calculator
MCC offers free classes for community members who wish to earn their GED diploma.
Refund of Tuition and Fees
Students can find information about refunds of tuition and fees on the Refunds page and in the Financial Information section of the Catalog under Tuition and Fee Refund for Credit Courses.
Refund of Financial Aid Credit Balance
MCC makes financial aid refunds available through the use of the Big Horn Card. Students have the option to have their funds transferred to another account or use the Big Horn Card to access funds in a BankMobile Vibe Account. MCC’s contract with Bankmobile is available on BankMobile’s site.
Students can find textbook information searching for their course in the course schedule. Each course will have a link to information about the required and optional materials. Additionally, students can search the online Bookstore for the information.
So that students can complete their programs as quickly as possible, MCC accepts transfer credits, with some limitations. Transfer credit policies and procedures are published in the Catalog in the Transfer Information section.
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 these programs should consult with the academic unit for specific information. For information on these programs and all related admission requirements, please contact Student Services.
MCC encourages all students to register to vote. Voter registration forms are available in Student Services. More information can be found in the College Policies and Procedures section of the Student Handbook by scrolling to the heading Voter Registration.
Students wishing to withdraw from MCC can review the College’s withdrawal procedures in the Academic Policies section of the catalog under Withdrawal. Information about how withdrawal impacts financial aid eligibility can be found on the Withdrawals and Return of Title IV Aid page.