Tiger Pathways is a co-enrollment bridge program between Moberly Area Community College (MACC) and Mizzou for students that were previously denied to Mizzou. While enrolled in this program students are degree seeking at MACC and non-degree seeking at Mizzou. Tiger Pathways students will work collaboratively with academic advisers, faculty and staff at both campuses to ensure academic success.
While enrolled in this program students are degree seeking at MACC and non-degree seeking at Mizzou. Tiger Pathways students have access to MACC and Mizzou services and facilities including residence halls, the library, recreation center, student organizations and athletic events.
Enrollment in Tiger Pathways is limited and applications will be available until the program reaches capacity. All scholarships, federal financial and state aid (including A+) is reviewed and administered through MACC’s Financial Aid Office.
Students who want to be degree-seeking at MACC and take classes at 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.