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Admissions Guidelines

Signing up for college shouldn’t be a hassle, and Madisonville Community College strives to make the admission and registration process as simple as possible for our students. We work hard to make it easier for you.

In order to be admitted to MCC* all students must complete/submit the following:

*Please note that admission to MCC does not guarantee acceptance to selective admission programs.

In addition to the above requirements:

New Students

New Students (applicants who have never attended another college or university as a degree-seeking student) are required to attend a First Semester Experience orientation and advising session prior to registration. Additional information is provided following the submission of the application for admission.

Transfer and Visiting Students

Transfer and Visiting Students must submit official transcripts from all other colleges attended in addition to the requirements listed above. Please note: you must request that our Registrar’s Office evaluate your transcript credit, once received by MCC Admissions, in order to transfer any coursework to MCC. In addition, visiting students must submit a completed Transient Student Form or a letter of good standing from their home college.

High School Students

In addition to the requirements listed above, high school students taking MCC classes prior to their graduation must submit their high school transcript and the completed Early Admission Form. In addition to our regular semester class schedule, MCC offers other enrollment opportunities for high school students, including career, technical, and general education dual credit programs.

Students with Disabilities

Students with Disabilities requiring academic accommodations or other assistance should contact the Disability Resources Office

Registration

Currently enrolled students may register for classes beginning October 1 for spring semester or March 1 for fall semester and summer sessions. All other students should contact the Advising and Transfer Center for advising and registration information. All students must meet with an academic advisor prior to registering for classes, including those registering online.