(*Late Registration Fee begins 8/21/23)
Please follow the steps below to begin your journey.
*You will receive an Acceptance Letter by email after your application has been processed as well as an email with your myMACC login credentials.
If you have additional questions or need assistance with the admissions application, please contact Nicole Baum, Director of Admissions, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 660-263-4100.
Click on the Transcripts button below for information on how to send your official high school transcript and official transcripts from all colleges you have previously attended (this includes official transcripts from all colleges in which you received dual credit).
For more information on transferring credit to MACC, click on the button below.
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 an MACC course that has a prerequisite course requirement:
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.
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:
Option 1: Meet with an Advisor (via Zoom or In-Person) to discuss the registration process – required for all new, degree-seeking students (including previous dual credit students).
1. Explore degrees & certificates
2. Review course offerings
3. Prior to your appointment, log into myMACC, click on the Student tab, and complete the Financial Responsibility Agreement for each semester you are enrolling in.
Option 2: Online Self-Enrollment – available for currently or previously enrolled (within the last year), non-degree seeking, and visiting students.
1. Log into myMACC
2. The Student page should load (if it does not, click on the Student tab).
3. Under Student Registration – Add/Drop Courses, select the semester you are enrolling in.
4. Click on “Complete the Financial Responsibility Agreement Form.” You will complete this step for each semester you are enrolling in.
5. Click on Register.
6. Click Course Search. Use the filters to search for courses you wish to enroll in.
7. Check the + symbol next to the course(s) you want to enroll in.
8. Once you have added all of the courses you would like to enroll in, click on Registration Checkout on the top right-hand corner of the screen.
9. Check the box next to each course you are wanting to enroll in.
10. Click on Request Advisor Approval. Once submitted, a notification will be sent to your advisor for course approval.
11. After the advisor approves your courses, you can click on My Course Schedule. The status for the approved courses will show as Current.
Do you need help with your myMACC password and login? Send an email along with your full name and phone number to email@example.com.
Add/Drop & Enrollment Policies
Students may enroll in and add classes through the first week of a 16-week semester or the equivalent proportion of class time during a shorter session (e.g., the first three days of an 8-week session, the first day of an Intersession and Wintermester). Students who enroll in classes on or after the first day of the semester will be charged a late fee.
New, degree-seeking students (including previous dual credit students) must meet with an advisor to discuss the enrollment process. Currently or previously enrolled (within the last year), non-degree seeking, and visiting students may self-enroll in and add courses through Student Registration in myMACC during the online enrollment period or meet with an advisor to enroll. 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.
After the online enrollment period closes, drop requests may be completed by submitting a Drop Request Form through myMACC (Student Tab – myMACC Forms – Drop Request Form). Requesting to drop by telephone will not be accepted. Students may drop classes until Stop Day (refer to the MACC Academic Calendar).
Enrollment, add/drop, refund, and withdraw dates are listed on the MACC Academic Calendar.
Additional add/drop information can be found in the MACC Redbook.
1st 8-week Session
2nd 8-week Session
1st 8-week Session
2nd 8-week Session
As a registered student at MACC, you agree to certain responsibilities. Some of the most important are outlined below.
Changes to Classes by Student
Students are responsible for their class schedules and for being aware of all schedule changes.
Check your myMACC account for any schedule changes.
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
The College reserves the right to cancel or change the day and/or time of any class without obligation.
The College also reserves the right to change the instructor and/or instructional delivery method of any class without obligation.
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.
Students understand that they cannot receive financial aid for classes that do not count toward their degree or certificate.
Students understand that any balance remaining after the first day of the semester is subject to a $50 late payment fee.
Delinquent balances are subject to additional collection costs of up to 40%.
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.