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.
MizzouMACC Financial Aid Process
Submit your official transcripts to Student Affairs
High School Transcripts can be faxed to 660-263-2406 or submitted electronically via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (All high school transcripts MUST come from the high school)
If you received an out of state GED/HiSET, these transcripts can be requested though the facility where the test was taken or at diplomasender.com
Submit all college transcripts (including dual credit) to Student Affairs
If mailing transcripts, please submit to the following address:
Moberly Area Community College – Registrar
101 College Avenue, Moberly, MO 65270
If submitting college transcripts electronically; they MUST come from the college and be sent through a clearinghouse. The contact email is: email@example.com
College transcripts may be hand delivered to an Academic Advisor or Student Affairs IF they are in a sealed envelope. Faxed copies of college transcripts are not considered official.
NOTE: Official transcripts from MU must be sent to MACC at the end of each semester. Financial aid cannot be renewed for a subsequent semester if the MU transcript is missing. This process is completed automatically for eligible MizzouMACC students who do not have any MU holds on their account.
Complete the 2022-2023 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at studentaid.gov using student (and parents’, if dependent) 2020 tax return;
2022-2023 FAFSA is used for fall 2022, spring 2023, and summer 2023
Make sure to include MACC’s Federal School Code: 002491.
The Financial Aid Office will issue correspondence within approximately two weeks if additional information is needed.
Correspondence will come in the form of a letter mailed to student’s permanent mailing address.
Missing documents may also be verified through the Financial Aid Portal in myMACC.
Complete the MizzouMACC_Consortium_Agreement form with MACC Academic Advisor during enrollment process.
The consortium agreement between MACC and MU allows eligible students to receive financial aid based on their combined enrollment at MACC and MU, for all courses which are required for the MACC degree. This includes Pell Grant funding, Access Missouri Grant, Missouri A+ Scholarship and Federal Student Loans.
A consortium agreement must be completed each semester.
Students eligible for the Federal Pell Grant will be awarded based on their Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) number from the FAFSA and their combined enrollment status at MACC and MU.
A+ eligible students will need to complete an A_Enrollment_Form every semester. this from can be completed on myMACC (https://my.macc.edu/ICS/).
A+ requires all federal grants (Pell & SEOG) to be applied towards A+ eligible charges prior to A+ being awarded.
After federal grants are applied, A+ will pay for MACC’s tuition, student activity fee, and technology fee up to the reimbursement cap set by Missouri Department of Higher Education (MDHE)
A+ will not pay for MACC lab fees, course fees (eBooks), late fees or textbooks
A+ will not pay for any MU Charges
Hours registered at MU will count toward the full time (12 credit hours) requirement for A+
Students may apply for Federal Direct Student Loans to help cover the cost of MACC charges and MU charges. The following must be completed:
Complete online Entrance Counseling at studentaid.gov
Attend a Zoom Loan Entrance Counseling session – Sign up here: https://www.macc.edu/student-loan-entrance-counseling
Sign a Master Promissory Note online at studentaid.gov
Complete and return 2022-2023-Student-Loan-Data-Sheet
Dependent Freshman (less than 29 hours towards degree) are eligible up to $5,500 per year
Dependent Sophomores (30 or more hours toward degree) are eligible up to $6,500 per year
Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loans are available for parents of dependent students to help with educationally related expenses.
A credit check must be conducted by The U.S. Department of Education at studentaid.gov
If approved, the following must be completed:
Parent is required to sign a Master Promissory Note at studentaid.gov
Complete and return 2022-2023-PLUS-Loan-Application
Parents are eligible to borrow up to the student’s Cost of Attendance
If denied, the student is eligible to borrow an additional $4,000 of unsubsidized Direct Student Loans.
Cost of Attendance (COA) includes averaged amounts for tuition, fees, books, supplies, room, board, transportation and miscellaneous expenses.
Adjustments may be made to a student’s COA for the contracted room and board with MU.
Adjustments may be made to a student’s COA for tuition and fees charged at Mizzou (for classes required for the MACC degree).
A copy of billing statement from MU with assessed charges must be provided.
The COA is the maximum amount of financial aid a student may receive (total from all financial aid programs).
All Financial Aid awarded at MACC will be applied to any MACC charges first.
Any credit balance remaining will be issued to the student on the 45th day of each semester. It is the student’s responsibility to pay MU with their financial aid refund.
MACC cannot guarantee eligibility for enough financial aid to cover both MACC and MU charges.
MACC scholarships cannot be transferred to MU to cover charges at MU.
All outside scholarships must be reported to MACC. Students should submit a ‘Terms of Scholarship’ letter to the MACC Business Office. The form can be found here: https://www.macc.edu/outside-scholarship-information