Admissions Events

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Student/Parent Promise 101 Meeting (Muskegon County)

When:  May 2, 2019

Where: Muskegon Community College, Collegiate Hall

Time: 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Have questions about the Muskegon Promise? In this meeting we will discuss the scholarship in more detail (tuition, books, and fees) as it pertains to MCC, FAFSA requirements, and next steps for admission.  We will have faculty from our various departments available to talk with you about any program specific information.

Student/Parent Promise 101 Meeting (Newaygo County)

When:  May 2019

Where: Newaygo County RESA 4747 West 48th Street Fremont, MI 49412
Multi-Media Rooms A & B

Time: TBD

Have questions about the Newaygo Promise? In this meeting we will discuss the scholarship in more detail (tuition, books, and fees) as it pertains to MCC, FAFSA requirements, and next steps for admission.  We will have faculty from our various departments available to talk with you about any program specific information.

Adult Registration Day

 

 

When: May 22, 2019

Where: Muskegon Community College, Gerber Lounge

Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Our Adult Registration Day allows future students to complete testing, counseling and registration in ONE DAY! We will also schedule New Student Orientation for a later date.
We know that college can sometimes be confusing so we are here to make the process as simple as possible. Please reserve your spot today!

FAFSA Fridays

Muskegon Community College is offering help with the financial aid process for anyone considering attending college, regardless of which institution they choose. “FAFSA Fridays” at MCC can help you cut through the red tape!  To schedule a time please sign in or create an account.  This is not a new application.  If needed, you may fill out an application after completing the account information.

If you are a potential college student, or the parent of a potential college student, odds are you have heard about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

The earlier you submit the FAFSA, the better. Early applicants generally have a wider variety of financial aid opportunities than those who postpone the completion of the application.  Here are the dates and times available:

Month Date Year Time Location
April 26 2019 1:00P -3:00P Welcome Center Computer Area
May 3 2019 1:00P -3:00P Welcome Center Computer Area
May 10 2019 1:00P -3:00P Welcome Center Computer Area
May 31 2019 9:30A – 11:30A Welcome Center Computer Area
June 14 2019 9:30A – 11:30A Welcome Center Computer Area
June 28 2019 9:30A – 11:30A Welcome Center Computer Area
July 12 2019 9:30A – 11:30A Welcome Center Computer Area
July 26 2019 9:30A – 11:30A Welcome Center Computer Area
August 9 2019 9:30A – 11:30A Welcome Center Computer Area
August 16 2019 9:30A – 11:30A Welcome Center Computer Area

For more information you may contact MCC’s Financial Aid Office at (231) 777-0228, or visit www.muskegoncc.edu/fafsa.

New Student Orientation (NSO) Schedule:

To schedule a New Student Orientation (NSO) you must have created a student inquiry/account after March 1, 2016.  If you haven’t and need to attend NSO please create an account.  This is not a new application.  If needed, you may fill out an application after completing the account information.  Please see the New Student Orientation page for more information and to schedule your NSO.

Senior Visit Day

When:  April thru May 2019

Where: Muskegon Community College

Time: Varies

High school seniors get the opportunity to complete admissions steps prior to completing their senior year. Students complete testing, counseling and register for classes for the upcoming fall semester. Dates are reserved by high school college advisers/counselors, please contact your high school college adviser/counselor for more information.

College Visit Day

When:  Fall 2019

Where: Muskegon Community College

Time: Varies

High school juniors and seniors get the opportunity to see everything MCC has to offer. Students receive a MCC presentation, tour, ability to get all of their questions answered, and jeopardy game to win MCC swag. Dates are reserved by high school college adviser/counselors, please contact your high school college adviser/counselor for more information.

Muskegon Community College EXPO

When:  October 2019

Where: Muskegon Community College

Time: TBA

Whether you’re graduating from high school or changing your career, get help mapping out your future from our faculty and staff who will be on hand to provide information. Be sure to register at the event for a chance at great prizes, including a two-year scholarship to attend MCC.

The Muskegon Community College EXPO allows attendees more flexibility to consider career options, more personal attention, and more information about MCC programs, degrees, and certificates. Explore the many educational possibilities that the college offers.

For more information, contact the MCC Office of Community Outreach at (231) 777-0422.

MCC College Night

When:  October 2019

Where: Muskegon Community College, Collegiate Hall

Time: 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

An event for high school students and parents  to meet with over 50 community colleges and university representatives to discuss educational goals. This event is only 1.5 hours long but full of valuable information to help you choose a college.  This event is only offered once a year. No pre-registration required.

How to Avoid Paying Full Price for College

When: February 2020

Where: Muskegon Community College’s Gerber Lounge

Time: TBD

Discover the possibilities at this event to learn about more than 30 scholarships and other ways to pay for your education.  Our 2nd annual event will be packed with students and scholarship providers who want to support you achieving your educational goals. Resources available include:

  • Detailed information on available MCC scholarships
  • Assistance completing the scholarship application
  • Assistance with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Assistance with Tuition Incentive Program (TIP)
  • Tutors and faculty on site to help with essays
  • Printing your college transcripts (if needed)

College 101: Get the Answers

When:  March 2020

Where: Collegiate Hall

Time: TBD

Worried about your child missing important deadlines for College? College 101 is the event you have been waiting on!! This event was created to make sure you get everything done in a timely fashion to avoid unwanted enrollment obstacles. We will discuss deadlines for FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), registration, orientation, counseling, testing, textbooks, etc.  This is a great opportunity to ask those questions about college that keep you up at night.  This is a great event to attend if you or your child is planning to attend in the Fall or Winter semesters.