Licensure Disclosure for Madisonville Community College | MCC

Licensure Disclosure for Madisonville Community College

At Madisonville Community College (MCC) we offer courses, certificate programs, diplomas, and associate degrees that may lead to licensure or certification that is required for employment in your state. The programs in the spreadsheet meet requirements for the state of Kentucky. Requirements for licensure or certification in other states may vary.

MCC is a member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (NC-SARA) which allows us to provide distance learning programs (both online and in the form of supervised field experiences) and coursework to residents of states other than Kentucky.  

If you currently live outside of Kentucky, be aware there may be additional requirements needed to obtain licensure or certification in your state. MCC has made every effort to ensure the educational requirements for licensure or certification information is correct; however, state requirements may change following the publication of this information. Consult with your state’s licensing/certification board to determine if your chosen path of study will meet their requirements.

Many programs may lead to licensure or certification that can be desirable for employment. Graduates of these programs may pursue a license required for employment in the following fields:

Aviation (fixed-wing and rotor) 

Commercial Driver's License (CDL)

Medical Laboratory Technology 

Nursing (RN)

Occupational Therapy Assistant 

Physical Therapist Assistant 

Practical Nursing (LPN) 

Paramedic (EMS)

Radiography

Real Estate  

Respiratory Care 

Surgical First Assistant

Surgical Technology 

All programs listed above meet state authorization for Kentucky residents. Please check the Licensure Status for all other states to ensure you are making appropriate decisions for enrollment in these programs.

 


Online Student Complaint Process

At Madisonville Community College we take student complaints seriously. If you have a complaint about a course or experience at MCC, you should follow the college’s student complaint procedures. This is a required step for all students who have complaints.

If a satisfactory solution cannot be determined, you should find the  category (below) that best describes your current residency  and follow the steps outlined to resolve the complaint.

Madisonville Community College Students Who Live In Kentucky

  1. Attempt to solve the problem by working with MCC through the formal complaint process.
  2. If your complaint cannot be successfully resolved, submit your concerns using the Kentucky Council for Postsecondary Education’s online complaint form.

Madisonville Community College Students Who Do Not Live In Kentucky (SARA-members)

  1. Attempt to solve the problem by working with MCC through the formal complaint process.
  2. If your complaint cannot be successfully resolved, determine if you live in a SARA member state.
    1. If Yes, continue
    2. If No, move to the next section
  3. Submit your concerns using the Kentucky Council for Postsecondary Education’s online complaint form.

Non-SARA States and Territories

For students wishing to file a non-SARA complaint we ask that you contact the Dean of Students at Madisonville Community College, to help resolve the issue for you. If our efforts return a less than desirable outcome please contact the Department of Postsecondary Education in your state or territory.

For detailed information regarding policy and procedure is available in the KCTCS Student Code of Conduct.