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Tuition and Fees

 

Tuition per credit hour: MACC
District
Residents
Other
Missouri
Residents
Other
U.S.
Residents
International
Students
General Education Courses
Regular $90.00 $147.00 $200.00 $213.00
Internet $120.00 $177.00 $230.00 $243.00
Hybrid $104.00 $161.00 $214.00 $227.00
 
Career Technical Courses
Regular $95.00 $152.00 $205.00 $218.00
Internet $125.00 $182.00 $235.00 $248.00
Hybrid $109.00 $166.00 $219.00 $232.00
 
Allied Health Courses
Regular $100.00 $157.00 $210.00 $223.00
Internet $130.00 $187.00 $240.00 $253.00
Hybrid $114.00 $171.00 $224.00 $237.00
OTA courses (through Fall 2016) $224.00 $224.00 $224.00 $224.00
 

 

Allied Health clinical fees per credit hour:
A.D.N. Clinical Fees - Clinical Courses $110.00
A.A.D.N. Clinical Fees - Clinical Courses $110.00
P.N. Clinical Fees - Clinical Courses $ 90.00
M.L.T. Clinical Fees - Clinical Courses $ 65.00

 

Additional Per Credit Hour Fees
Student Activity Fee/Support Service Fee $10.00
Technology Fee $10.00

Course fees, lab fees, and clinical fees apply to certain courses. These are listed HERE

 

Tuition per credit hour: MACC
District
Residents
Other
Missouri
Residents
Other
U.S.
Residents
International
Students
Dual Credit/Dual Enrolled
All formats $ 44.00 $ 75.00 $125.00 $125.00

 

Law Enforcement Training Center:
Tuition $3,450.00
Lab Fee - Firearms & Forensic Training $   300.00
Lab Fee - Drivers Training & Emergency Vehicle Operation Course $   300.00
TOTAL $4,050.00

 

Transcript Fee - faxed - $6.00
     (no charge for mailed transcripts)

Note: Costs are subject to change by the MACC Board of Trustees without notice. Moberly Area Community College retains the right to cancel course offerings when enrollment is too low to make a course educationally sound and economically efficient. Course cancellation will result in refund of tuition for the canceled class.

 

RESIDENCY DEFINITIONS

MACC District Residents

A MACC district resident is defined as one of the following:

  • Students claimed as dependents who reside with their parents and whose parents have their permanent residence within the Moberly Area Community College District.
  • Students who do not live with their parents but are claimed as dependents by their parents whose permanent residence is within the Moberly Area Community College District. Students who have established permanent residence in the Moberly Area Community College District through full-time employment or other pursuits. Additionally, a student who has established residence in the Moberly Area Community College District for the purpose of attending college must reside in the district for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the first day of class.
  • Students who have declared their emancipation and have established their residence within the Moberly Area Community College district by living in the district for 12 consecutive months prior to enrollment.
  • Students who own and reside in a home in the MACC district.

Residency will be determined at the time of admission by the Office of Student Affairs according to the residency policy. Any questions concerning the policy or its interpretation should be directed to the Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management.

Students who have their residency outside the MACC district but have met the established criteria to be a MACC district resident must apply for this residency change. MACC will not make the change automatically. If a question arises concerning the resident status of the student, the student has responsibility to prove permanent residence within the district.

Any proof that the student can provide will be evaluated on an individual basis. The following legal documents may be used to verify residency if they are issued in the student's name, indicate current address, and are dated at least 12 months prior to the student's enrollment:

  • Contracts for purchase of property
  • Lease or rental agreements
  • Utility contracts (including 1-year certificates)
  • Bank statements
  • Tax forms (e.g., personal property, state, income, real estate)

Students who have declared their emancipation and are under 22 years of age may be required to submit a copy of their parent's income tax form to verify that they were not claimed a dependent.

 

Other Missouri Residents

Other Missouri Residents are those whose permanent residence and address are within the state of Missouri but not within the College district. In addition, if the student is not living with his or her parents, the student must be 22 years of age or emancipated (student is not under the care, custody or support of parents or legal guardians).

 

Other U.S. Residents

Other U.S. Residents are those whose permanent residence and address are outside the state of Missouri. This includes the following:

  • International Student: This is a foreign national who is in the United States on an approved visa.
  • Un-Emancipated Minor Student: This is a student less than 22 years old who is still under the care, custody or support of parents/legal guardians who reside outside the state of Missouri

 

The following individuals shall be charged the in-state rate, or otherwise considered a resident, for tuition purposes:

  • A Veteran using educational assistance under either chapter 30 (Montgomery G.I. Bill – Active Duty Program) or chapter 33 (Post-9/11 G.I. Bill), of title 38, United States Code, who lives in the State of Missouri while attending a school located in the State of Missouri (regardless of his/her formal State of residence) and enrolls in the school within three years of discharge from a period of active duty service of 90 days or more.
  • Anyone using transferred Post-9/11 GI Bill® benefits (38 U.S.C. § 3319) who lives in the State of Missouri while attending a school located in the State of Missouri (regardless of his/her formal State of residence) and enrolls in the school within three years of the transferor's discharge from a period of active duty service of 90 days or more.
  • A spouse or child using benefits under the Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship (38 U.S.C. § 3311(b)(9)) who lives in the State of Missouri while attending a school located in the State of Missouri (regardless of his/her formal State of residence) and enrolls in the school within three years of the Service member's death in the line of duty following a period of active duty service of 90 days or more.
  • Anyone described above while he or she remains continuously enrolled (other than during regularly scheduled breaks between courses, semesters, or terms) at the same school. The person so described must have enrolled in the school prior to the expiration of the three year period following discharge or death described above and must be using educational benefits under either chapter 30 or chapter 33, of title 38, United States Code.

 

College Catalogs

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Notice to Students: These documents are for advisory purposes only and the information contained herein does not constitute a contractual agreement between Moberly Area Community College and enrolled or prospective students. The Board of Trustees and the Administration of Moberly Area Community College reserve the right to make changes in academic programs, policies, rules, regulations, procedures, fees, tuition, organizational structures, and faculty and staff through approved College processes at any time. Please consult the MACC website (www.macc.edu) or contact the Office of Student Services or the nearest MACC off-campus site for the most current catalog information.

International Students

logo finalInstructions for International Applicants

Welcome to MACC! We are excited about your interest in our college. Please read the instructions below for more information on how to apply for admission. If you have any questions at all, please call 1-800-622-2070 and we’ll be happy to walk you through the process.

Please submit the following to the Office of Admissions - Due Prior to the Release of I-20 Form:


1. Application Form (to be completed by Applicant), this will include a copy of your passport.


2. Official academic records/remarks (certified copies from all lower/higher secondary and college/university level institutions attended). If in doubt as to the kind of records needed, submit all educational materials.


3. Certificate of Finances (translated into American Currency) providing adequate support for the full period of study at this college, accompanied by documentation. A current certified letter from a bank or a letter of sponsorship from a government or established organization may be used as an attachment to certification. Minimal amount needed is $10,000 or equivalent.

4. Certified proof of proficiency in the English language, which may be achieved by one of the following:

  1. Minimum score of 450 PBT (CBT133/IBT 46) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (T.O.E.F.L.). An original T.O.E.F.L. score is preferred, but copies of T.O.E.F.L. scores will be accepted.
  2. or

  3. Minimum overall band score of 5.5 on the International English Language Testing System test (IELTS). Original is preferred, but copies will be accepted.
  4. or

  5. Completion of an English program at an approved Intensive English Institution. (Subject to approval by the Office of Admissions).

    or

  6. Applicants who hold a diploma from a secondary/higher education institution in English speaking countries (U.S., Canada, England, Republic of Ireland, Australia or New Zealand) with a minimum of two years successful full-time study with English as the medium of instruction..

    or

  7. ACT English 20


5. All tuition and fees must be paid in full at the time the student is permitted to register for classes.

6. Out-of-the-Country International Students who request admission to Moberly Area Community College must provide a $1200.00 deposit (money order/cashier's check) prior to the I-20 being approved and sent to the student. This deposit will be used as payment toward tuition and fees. Upon the student's arrival to the college the balance of tuition and fees will be paid in full.

7. Transfer students must have a letter of good standing from the most recent college/university attended.

8. Must enroll at Moberly Area Community College as a full-time student. Exception will be made for students enrolled concurrently at another college/university on a full-time basis.

General Information

• An international student is defined as any student in the United States on a VISA (i.e. F-1, J-1, Tourist, etc.). An individual who has a permanent resident status (card) follows the admissions procedure outlined for a U.S. citizen.

• All International Students must be prepared to pay the semester's tuition and fees in full at the time of registration.

Fees & Tuition

• Approximately $2,700 U.S. Dollars ($225 per semester hour) for Fall (August to December) semester or Spring (January to May) semester. International students are also responsible for carrying insurance through MACC at the current rate (~$600-800 per semester).


• Financial Aid is not available for International Students.

• Upon arrival to our college please ask about housing assistance.

Educational Programs

Accounting
Child Care
** Liberal Arts
*Associate Degree Nursing
Computer Information Systems Tech.
Business & Office Tech
*Practical Nursing
Welding & Metal Tech.
Marketing/Management Tech.
Graphic Arts
*Medical Laboratory Tech.

*Limited Enrollment Programs: ADN, P.N. and MLT programs have specific requirements and application processes.
**This program is designed for students who wish to transfer to any college/university toward a bachelor's degree.

Steps to Admissions

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Applying to MACC is a simple step-by-step process.

Certain programs like Nursing or Law Enforcement have strict admission requirements, but general college admission, in most cases, is guaranteed after you complete this checklist. You can apply at any MACC location or online!


1. Complete an application for admission.

2. Submit your official high school transcripts or High School Equivalency certificate or college transcripts if applicable.

3. Visit with an MACC advisor or MACC’s Office of Financial Aid to learn about scholarships and other financial aid options.

4. Take a placement exam such as the Accuplacer or ACT.

5. Visit with an academic advisor to find out what classes work best for your degree path.

6. Enroll in classes. Check out our course offerings and college catalog.

7. Pay any tuition and fees.

8. Buy your books and MACC gear at the Bookstore.

9. Congrats, you’re a Greyhound!