Applying for Admission to MCC
Thank you for your interest in attending Muskegon Community College!
The next step is the admissions application. Choose the right application form for you, based on whether you are a new, returning, or guest student. All of these forms are web-based and designed to be filled out securely on the Internet.
Please select from the following applications, based on your status:
- New Student Application — If you have never attended Muskegon Community College, you will need to complete a New Student Admissions Application. This application can be completed online and is free of charge.
- Guest Student Application — If you plan to attend Muskegon Community College as a guest, and take only one or two courses, you will need to fill out the Michigan College/University Guest Student Application. This is in addition to the college admissions application which is located above. A guest student usually takes a class for the purposes of transferring it back to their respective home college. You will need to print the application and mail or fax it to:
Enrollment Services Office
Muskegon Community College
221 S. Quarterline Road
Muskegon, MI 49442
- Applying for Re-admission — Students who have not been registered with Muskegon Community College in the last five years will need to complete a Readmit Form that allows MCC to update student record and permits registration for classes. (Please disregard the application question on whether or not you previously applied for admissions to Muskegon Community College.)
- New Program Declaration Form — The New Program Declaration Form is web-based and directed towards students who receive an error message that indicates that they either have an invalid or no declared program (ERROR CODE: REGISTRATION NOT ALLOWED IN UG COURSES WITHOUT AN ACADEMIC PROGRAM) within WebAdvisor. Typically, this means that you either have listed a program (major) code which is no longer offered at the college or not specified. It is imperative to update your information and the program which you desire to pursue while at Muskegon Community College. In some cases, failure to do so can affect your financial aid or veteran's benefits.