KCTCS has a duty to adhere to high ethical standards and principles. All members of the KCTCS community are expected to report potential legal, procedural, and ethical violations.
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Real-time information about class registration, grades, making paymants & more!
Get all important messages (weekly updates, financial aid, registration & more).
Check Your E-mail
Visit E-mail FAQ to forward your e-mail to a personal account.
For specific course work–find posted assignments, discussion boards, learning materials, announcements @amp; more.
A central location that helps you easily schedule time with instructors, advisors, counselors & other to help you succeed.
Learn more about Starfish.
Download to view notifications, search for classes, in real-time, connect to the bookstore, all KCTCS libraries, request information, get college news & more!
An exclusive Facebook community for current KCTCS students. Current students will receive an e-mail invite with password & login instructions
(Safety Notification Alert Process)
With SNAP!, you automatically receive all delay, emergency, bad weather & other high priority messages through text & KCTCS e-mail.
Find additional resources related to SNAP!
(KCTCS Non-Emergency Communications)
Essential but non-emergency information (financial aid/tuition, deadlines, payments, etc) sent to you e-mail or voicemail.
Madisonville Community College faculty and staff sponsor a number of student organizations.
Click the organization names to learn more:
FacebookCommunicate with faculty, staff & students about spotlight programs, financial aid deadlines, school closings & more.facebook.com/MadisonvilleCommunityCollege
TwitterCheck out MCC's Twitter for local articles, photos, college-related issues, announcements & event information.MCC Twitter
YouTubeSee all videos posted by MCC, including celebrations, commercials, "Day in the Life" student videos & more!Visit youtube.com/user/Madisonvillecc123.
The Felix E. Martin, Jr. Foundation wants to help make your plans for achieving your associate degree a reality. The Foundation and Madisonville Community College have joined together to create the Martin Scholars Program, designed to help adults who have made a good start on their associate degree, but for whatever reason, haven’t had the chance to finish
Visit the Martin Scholars page for more information.
Although there are no dining options on our campuses, all campuses are located along major commercial roads with plenty of nearby restaurants.
Find a restaurant near campus
MCC is concerned with the safety and security of students, faculty, staff and visitors to all of our locations.
Learn more about how MCC keeps you safe while you are on campus.
Need access to online material?Visit the MCC computer lab.
There are many locations where computers are available for student use at Madisonville Community College. In addition, all campus locations are equipped for wireless Internet access.
All computing resources at Madisonville Community College must be used in accordance with the Computer Users' Privileges and Responsibilities. Violation of these rules may result in the loss of computing privileges.
The colleges of KCTCS are more than just educational institutions -- they are vibrant and diverse communities. Therefore, KCTCS strives to maintain an atmosphere of academic freedom and personal respect that creates an environment in which all can be successful.
As part of this commitment, KCTCS has developed a Code of Student Conduct that serves as a guide for the student's responsibilities and rights within our academic community.
View the Code of Student Conduct (PDF /247KB)
Madisonville Community College is committed to providing an excellent experience for all of our students. However, we realize some situations may arise which students need to share a complaint, concern, or grievance. Complaint and grievance procedures are designed to assist students who have a perception of unfair and/or unlawful treatment.
For more information please visit the Student Complaint and Grievance page.
Need a form or additional documentation?Below are a list of helpful forms to help you keep on track with your education.
Just as there are things you can do every day to improve your physical health, you can also support your emotional health and improve your mood by taking simple actions. By doing things such as sleeping well, staying active, eating nutritious foods and taking time to relax, you can feel better and improve your state of mind.
Learn how to stay mentally health by visiting Ulifeline.
Get answers to questions about registration, financial aid & more.
Visit help.madisonville.kctcs.edu for live online assistance.
Or call the Go KCTCS! Student Service Center anytime, 1-855-55GO-MCC (855-554-6622).
Find all your college supplies from Textbooks to Apparel to Electronic and Accessories.
Visit the Online Bookstore.
Location2000 College DriveMadisonville, KY 42431
Mon 8am - 4pm
Tue 8am - 4pm
Wed 8am - 4pm
Thu 8am - 4pm
Fri 8am - 12pm
Madisonville Community College is committed to student success and improving employability of the students. Personal and professional attributes and behaviors are necessary to be successful in college and in the workplace.
These include, but are not limited to:
Visit the Personal Effectiveness Skills page.
As a Madisonville Community College student you are able to take advantage of money saving discounts on software, computer, & more.
At Madisonville Community College, your success is our number one priority. That's why we've developed vital campus resources to help you achieve your greatest academic and personal potential.
Looking for a class?
Need to see if the class you need is still open?
Browse the MCC class schedule to find all the available classes.
Below are calendars showing significant dates for upcoming semesters.
Visit the MCC Library!
If you need help finding resources for your college assignments, or if you need help, then visit one of your campus libraries, or reach us online through chat, email, or our Get Answers platform.
All MCC developmental math courses are taught in the Math Emporium, a 65-station computer lab.
Instruction in the Math Emporium Lab (MEL) is self-paced and individualized. Rather than listen to a traditional classroom lecture, instruction is computer based, with a teacher available on-demand whenever the student needs assistance.
Visit the Math Emporium Lab
The D. Badgett Griffin Learning Space