College Catalogs & Handbooks

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2022-2023 MACC College Catalog

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 Affairs or the nearest MACC off-campus site for the most current catalog information.

The requirements for graduation at Moberly Area Community College are those specified in the college catalog at the time a student first enrolls in the College. Students who wish to meet degree requirements put forth in the catalog at the time of their initial enrollment may do so provided the student enrolls in at least one fall or spring term each academic year (August to May) AND the catalog was issued no more than seven years prior to the date the degree is to be conferred. (An exception may be granted to those whose education is interrupted by military service.) If a student fails to successfully complete at least one fall or spring term each academic year, the student must then meet the degree requirements of the catalog in effect when he or she resumes attending classes.

A student may also choose to meet degree requirements as specified in subsequent catalogs published after the student’s initial enrollment. If the student changes programs, he or she will be expected to meet the graduation requirements of the catalog in effect at the time of the program change. In the case of curriculum changes, instructional deans may make adjustments to the individual degree/certificate plans to meet program requirements.

Every effort will be made to consider earlier course work in a way most beneficial to the student in fulfilling current requirements. Students are subject to all policies/regulations stated in the most recent catalog.