The TruMACC Transition Program is a joint admission effort between Moberly Area Community College and Truman State University.
Students are co-enrolled at both MACC and Truman, allowing them to enjoy the 4-year university experience while taking advantage of the affordability and diverse levels of academic preparation found at a 2-year institution. TruMACC is a highly collaborative program with academic advisors, faculty and staff at MACC and Truman working together to facilitate student success.
Students may enter the TruMACC Transition Program from a variety of avenues:
Fully admitted to Truman but prefer to initially attend a community college
Admitted to Truman contingent upon successful completion of the TruMACC program
Admitted to or attending MACC and referred to the TruMACC program by an MACC advisor.
TruMACC students are enrolled full-time between both institutions (9-12 credit hours at MACC and 3-6 credit hours at Truman State University). Minimum progress requirements include a cumulative combined 2.75 grade point average with no grade lower than a C. Although formal application for transfer admission to Truman can occur after completion of 12 credit hours, earning the Associate of Arts degree or 60 credit hours with a 2.75 qualifies the TruMACC student for automatic admission to Truman. Students who do not meet TruMACC requirements are subject to the institutional requirements of the two institutions. TruMACC students have assessed the appropriate tuition, housing, and required fees at the respective institution.
Tiger Pathways (Formerly MizzouMACC)
The MizzouMACC program has been discontinued for students entering in Fall 2022 or later. Students currently enrolled in MizzouMACC will continue in the program until they graduate or transfer.
Mizzou has replaced MizzouMACC with Tiger Pathways, a new access program that allows freshman applicants denied admission to Mizzou to be degree-seeking at MACC and non-degree seeking at Mizzou.
Students who want to be degree-seeking at MACC and take classes at Mizzou or another institution can still do so through our MACC+ program. MACC+ is a consortium agreement program where students are degree-seeking at MACC and also enroll in classes at a host institution.
Welcome to the One Partnership
Moberly Area Community College and Stephens College working together for the benefit of our students and community
Good neighbors with a shared commitment to quality higher education, MACC and Stephens College are working together through a public/private partnership to the benefit of both communities. Together, we are pleased to offer both expanded educational opportunities to MACC students and community-building benefits to MACC faculty and staff.
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(Women Only) MACC and Stephens College share an interest in providing MACC associate degree (AA/AS/AAT) enrollees who intend to pursue a bachelor’s degree at Stephens the opportunity to concurrently enroll in SC-designated coursework at a MACC price.
Students in the program have the opportunity to enjoy a diverse, four-year college experience while taking advantage of the affordability of the community college and the diverse levels of academic preparation it accommodates.
The goal of the program is to ensure a clear pathway for community college students to pursue a four-year college degree, strengthened by academic advising partnerships, clear course transferability, and mutual understanding of degree program requirements.
CC-MACC is a co-enrollment program between Moberly Area Community College (MACC) and Columbia College. CC-MACC students experience the depth and breadth of a four-year university while enjoying the affordability and academic flexibility found at a two-year institution. This collaborative program includes academic advisers, faculty and staff at MACC and Columbia College who work together to help students succeed. The program provides enhanced academic advising to ease the transfer of credits and increases campus involvement to foster student success.
Uniting our community, national and international forces and as a model public/private partnership, Moberly Area Community College and Central Methodist University are forming The ONE Partnership. One element of this Partnership is CentralMACC. MACC and CMU share an interest in providing MACC associate degree (AA/AS/AAT) enrollees who intend to transfer to and pursue a bachelor’s degree program at CMU the opportunity to concurrently enroll in CMU designated coursework at a MACC price. Thus, students in the program have the opportunity to enjoy a diverse, four-year, private college experience while taking advantage of the affordability of the community college and the diverse levels of academic preparation it accommodates. This agreement is intended to promote the most efficient and effective use of resources and provide a more direct pathway to obtain this goal.
Each semester, students can enroll at both MACC and WWU, combining the four-year university experience with a two-year school’s affordability and academic flexibility. MACC at the Woods is a collaborative program with academic advisors, faculty, and staff at MACC and WWU who will work together to promote student success.
What is a Consortium Agreement?
A Consortium Agreement is an arrangement between two institutions where the “Home” Institution will recognize your registration at the “Host” Institution for the purpose of determining federal student aid eligibility. The “Home” Institution is the school from which you will receive your degree. The “Host” Institution is the school at which you are taking additional credits for your degree. You will apply as a visiting/non-degree seeking student at the “Host” Institution.
Colleges/universities are not required to accept Consortium Agreements from other schools. If the “Host” institution does not agree to enter into a Financial Aid Consortium Agreement the “Home” Institution, then the student will be ineligible for payment of financial aid funds to the “Host” institution.
It is the student’s responsibility to work with the “Host” Institution to determine what options for payment are available. Payment to the “Host” Institution MAY be due prior to the disbursement of your financial aid at “Home” Institution. The student is ultimately responsible for payment of all charges at the “Host” Institution.
Benefits of the MACC+ Consortium Agreement:
MACC as the “Home” Institution:
Student Responsibilities and Requirements:
MACC as the “Host” Institution
Students Responsibilities and Requirements:
MACC Calendar (add/drop/refund dates)
MACC Policies & Procedures-Registration
Refunds and Consumer Information
Please contact your parent school for additional information about the consortium agreement process.