Academic Advising

Before enrolling for the first semester at MACC, students should meet with an academic advisor.  

Through academic advising, advisors share information that promotes responsible and appropriate choices and facilitates academic success. Advisors can also assist with academic and career planning. In specific degree programs, a faculty advisor may be assigned to provide further course and career guidance.

Accuplacer and ACT scores, along with institutional assessments such as multiple measures, are used to determine placement and advising. Students who are looking for career, educational, or professional guidance might take appropriate tests and receive interpretations of the results from a staff member.

Follow the Enrollment Instructions below to begin your career journey.

General Questions & Enrollment: info@macc.edu
Password Issues: helpdesk@macc.edu
Financial Aid: financialaid@macc.edu
Payment or Billing: businessoffice@macc.edu

Enrollment Instructions

If you have previously attended MACC, including as a dual-credit/dual-enrollment student, you are not required to reapply.

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Option 1: Meet with an Advisor (via Zoom) – required for all new, degree-seeking students

1. Make an Appointment

Zoom link will be sent to the email you provided in the appointment system.

2. Explore course offerings

3. Submit official high school and college transcripts to the Registrar.

4. Current MACC students and students whose transcripts have been evaluated by the MACC Registrar can prepare for an advising appointment by viewing your course needs and current transcript at myMACC – click Student Tab (transcripts and degree audits are located under Academic Information).


 

Option 2: Online Self-Enrollment - available for currently or previously enrolled, non-degree seeking, and visiting students.

1. Log into myMACC

2. Select Student in the red bar.

3. Select Add/Drop Courses under Add/Drop (middle of the page).

4. Select the term you are enrolling in. Do not change Student Program (Undergraduate Program) or Course Program (All).

5. Under Course Search, enter the Course Code (e.g. ART) or select the Department if you would like to search course offerings by discipline.

6. Click Search.

7. Check the box next to the course you want to enroll in.

8. At the bottom of the page, click Add Courses.

9. Check “Your Schedule (Registered)” to verify the courses you are enrolled in.

10. Verify your Enrollment and Bill: In the Student Menu (#3) select Billing Information. Click Course and Fee Statement. Select the term you enrolled in, click Generate my Course and Fee Statement, and open the PDF file.

Do you need help with your myMACC password and login? Send an email along with your full name and phone number to helpdesk@macc.edu.

A prerequisite is a course or requirement that must be completed prior to enrolling in a second course. For example, you must complete Composition I (LAL101) before enrolling in Composition II (LAL102).

Steps to enroll in a MACC course that has a prerequisite course requirement:

  1. If you successfully completed the prerequisite course or are currently enrolled in the prerequisite course at MACC, you are ready to enroll.

  2. If you successfully completed the prerequisite course or are currently enrolled in the prerequisite course at another college, you will need to have the transfer course verified with MACC prior to enrolling for the course by using one of the options below:

    1. Send an official transcript to the MACC Registrar to be evaluated. If you have already submitted your official transcript, you do not need to send it again unless the transcript has changed. This option will require additional processing time and could result in enrollment delays.

    2. Attend a virtual advising session and submit an unofficial transcript to the advisor. You are still required to submit an official transcript to the MACC Registrar once you have received a grade for the course at the college you are attending.


 

Summer Only or Non-Degree Seeking Students

Summer only or non-degree seeking students with MACC must still meet any required prerequisites before enrolling in courses. Students who are attending another college and enrolling in a MACC course with required prerequisites will need to submit an official transcript to the MACC Registrar once their grade has been awarded for the prerequisite course. In addition, summer only and non-degree seeking students are required to submit an official copy of their high school, GED, or HiSET transcript. Check with an advisor to verify any transcripts on file.


 

Math and English Placement

If you wish to enroll in a math or English course at MACC, regardless of whether you plan to seek a degree or certificate, you must:

  • take the Accuplacer at MACC or

  • provide ACT scores (subset scores are used for placement) or

  • qualify for alternative placement or

  • be currently enrolled in or completed with qualifying grade the required prerequisite course.

MACC testing and placement information.

As a registered student at MACC, you agree to certain responsibilities. Some of the most important are outlined below.

Changes to Classes by Student

  1. Students are responsible for their class schedules and for being aware of all schedule changes.

  2. Check your myMACC account for any schedule changes.

  3. Some classes are offered with varying start and end dates (e.g. 1st 8-week, 2nd 8-week, intersession, etc.). You should check the start-dates and end-dates of each class as you enroll.

Changes to Classes by College

  1. The College reserves the right to cancel or change the day and/or time of any class without obligation.

  2. The College also reserves the right to change the instructor and/or instructional delivery method of any class without obligation.

Financial Responsibility

  1. Students agree to pay any and all charges incurred through MACC and that fees and tuition must be paid in full on or before the first day of the semester unless they have guaranteed financial aid on the MACC system.

  2. Students understand that they cannot receive financial aid for classes that do not count toward their degree or certificate.

  3. Students understand that any balance remaining after the first day of the semester is subject to a $50 late payment fee and delinquent balances are subject to additional collection costs of up to 40%.

  4. In order to avoid financial responsibility, if you decide not to attend a class, you must officially drop that class within the stated refund periods on the MACC Academic Calendar.

Students may add/drop courses through myMACC during the online enrollment period. Online enrollment will close the day before a term begins. After online enrollment closes, students will need to schedule an advising appointment to add a course or contact their nearest MACC campus.

Drop requests after the online enrollment period closes may be sent to drop@macc.edu. Enrollment dates are listed on the MACC Academic Calendar.

Additional add/drop information can be found in the MACC Redbook.


 

Add/Drop Policy

Students may add/drop courses through myMACC during the online enrollment period. Online enrollment will close the day before a term begins. After online enrollment closes, students will need to schedule an advising appointment to add a course or contact their nearest MACC campus. Drop requests after the online enrollment period closes may be sent to drop@macc.edu. Enrollment dates are listed on the MACC Academic Calendar. Additional add/drop information can be found in the MACC Redbook.


 

Spring 2022 Dates

16-week Session

  • Classes Begin: January 18, 2022
  • Last Day to Self-Enroll: January 18, 2022
  • Last Day to Enroll w/Advisor: January 24, 2022
  • Last Day to Drop a class with 100% Refund: January 31, 2022
  • Last Day to Withdraw (W): May 6, 2022

 

1st 8-week Session

  • Classes Begin: January 18, 2022
  • Last Day to Self-Enroll: January 18, 2022
  • Last Day to Enroll w/Advisor: January 20, 2022
  • Last Day to Drop a class with 100% Refund:January 31, 2022

 

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2nd 8-week Session

  • Classes Begin: March 14, 2022
  • Last Day to Self-Enroll: January 18, 2022
  • Last Day to Enroll w/Advisor: March 16, 2022
  • Last Day to Drop a class with 100% Refund: March 18, 2022
  • Last Day to Withdraw (W): May 6, 2022

 

Summer 2022 Dates

8-week Session

  • Classes Begin:June 6, 2022
  • Last Day to Self-Enroll:June 6, 2022
  • Last Day to Enroll w/Advisor: June 8, 2022
  • Last Day to Drop a class with 100% Refund: June 10, 2022
  • Last Day to Withdraw (W): July 22, 2022

 

1st Intersession

  • Classes Begin: May 16, 2022
  • Last Day to Self-Enroll: May 15, 2022
  • Last Day to Enroll w/Advisor: May 16, 2022
  • Last Day to Drop a class with 100% Refund: May 17, 2022
  • Last Day to Withdraw (W): May 25, 2022

 

2nd Intersession

  • Classes Begin:August 1, 2022
  • Last Day to Self-Enroll: June 6, 2022
  • Last Day to Enroll w/Advisor: August 1, 2022
  • Last Day to Drop a class with 100% Refund: August 2, 2022
  • Last Day to Withdraw (W):August 10, 2022
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Fall 2022 Dates

16-week Session

  • Classes Begin:August 22, 2022
  • Last Day to Self-Enroll: August 22, 2022
  • Last Day to Enroll w/Advisor: August 26, 2022
  • Last Day to Drop a class with 100% Refund: September 2, 2022
  • Last Day to Withdraw (W):December 9, 2022

 

1st 8-week Session

  • Classes Begin:August 22, 2022
  • Last Day to Self-Enroll: August 22, 2022
  • Last Day to Enroll w/Advisor: August 24, 2022
  • Last Day to Drop a class with 100% Refund: September 2, 2022
  • Last Day to Withdraw (W): October 7, 2022

 

2nd 8-week Session

  • Classes Begin:October 17, 2022
  • Last Day to Self-Enroll: August 22, 2022
  • Last Day to Enroll w/Advisor: October 19, 2022
  • Last Day to Drop a class with 100% Refund: October 21, 2022
  • Last Day to Withdraw (W): December 9, 2022