The College has suspended all on campus activities but we are still here to help you virtually and over the phone. Faculty and Staff are working remotely to ensure that students’ needs are being met. Please contact Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Please select from the following applications, based on your status:
Please choose the right application form for you, based on whether you are a new, returning, transfer, or guest student. All of the forms are web-based and designed to be filled out securely online.
New and Returning Students:
If you have never attended Muskegon Community College and would like to take classes to complete a degree and/or certification you will need to complete a admissions application as a new student. Please see the admissions checklist to ensure you are completing all steps. You may begin classes at at any of three points in the year:
Fall Semester (August)
Winter Semester (January)
Summer Semester (May)
(Please be aware that some classes on campus, such as Continuing Education do not necessarily begin with the regular starting date of each semester.)
If you have taken classes at Muskegon Community College as a dual enrolled, direct credit or early college student in the past and have or will be graduating this year please complete a Prior Dual Enrolled/Direct Credit/Early College Admissions Application. Please create another application (not application account) choosing a new academic program as a college student. If you have any questions or problems please contact Admissions at email@example.com or 231-777-0366.
If you have attended Muskegon Community College in the past and you would like to return to complete classes to earn a degree and/or certification please complete the application as a returning student. For students that have already earned a degree or certificate from Muskegon Community College (someone who does not have an active program code) you will need to complete the following:
- Reapply to Muskegon Community College. Your student information will be merged together with your previous application. If you have changed any fundamental student information please fill out the Student Personal Data Change Request Form and submit it to the Student Welcome Center.
- If you haven’t already, submit an official high school or GED transcript to MCC, which can be sent to us through Parchment or mailed directly from your high school. Please send official high school/GED transcripts to:
Muskegon Community College
If you attended another institution and plan to transfer credits to Muskegon Community College please complete the online application as a transfer student and have all official transcripts forwarded for evaluation. All College transcripts must be sent directly to us, MCC will not accept transcripts hand delivered. Transfer students who wish to receive a degree from Muskegon Community College must complete no less than 30 or the last 15 hours at MCC and attain a 2.0 or better overall grade-point average. Transcripts should be sent for evaluation directly to:
Transfer Evaluation, Room 1048H
Muskegon Community College
221 S Quarterline Rd
Muskegon, MI 49442
If you have been authorized to take classes by your employer at the employer’s expense you will need to complete the admissions application.
If you are entering into an apprenticeship program with your employer you will need to complete the Community Guest Application.
Both Sponsor and Apprenticeship students will also need to complete the Sponsor Authorization Request Form. Forms must be signed by the student and employer. To secure payment for class, the Sponsor Authorization Form must be sent each semester. If students do not wish to register online through MyMCC, the Sponsor Authorization Request Form can be used as a paper registration form. MCC will register the student for courses listed, provided all course prerequisites are met and space is available. Processing time is up to three business days.
Please 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.
If you are currently enrolled at another institution and would like to take classes at Muskegon Community College to transfer back to your respective college please complete the application as a college guest student. You will need to also complete the Michigan Uniform Undergraduate Guest Application. This is in addition to the admissions application. You will need to print the application and mail or fax it to:
Muskegon Community College
If you have not completed high school or the GED, or wish to take selected courses without the intent of earning a degree, diploma, or certificate, you may be admitted as a Guest (non-degree) applicant. As a Guest student you will be eligible to change to regular admission status upon submitting your high school transcript, GED test scores or appropriate test results to the Admissions Office. It is your responsibility to initiate the change to regular admission status
If you plan to attend Muskegon Community College at the same time as high school, please complete the application that applies to your situation (ie: Dual Enrolled, Early College, Direct Credit) in addition to the following forms:
If you have any questions or problems please visit your programs web page listed above, contact your high school counselor/advisor, or contact Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 231-777-0366.
Applicants who are non-U.S. citizens will select status when completing new student application. Please view our guide ahead of time to choose the appropriate option.
F1 Visa-seeking students should complete the International Student Application in addition to the new student application by the appropriate due date:
Fall Semester deadline: May 15
Winter Semester deadline: October 15
Please access MyMCC to register for classes.
Request to Change Your Start Date:
If you applied for the wrong semester, you can request to have it be changed by completing our Start Date Change Form. This will NOT change your program (see above section), but just your start date.
Change Your Program of Study:
If you’ve decided you want to change your program, it’s no problem, although you should meet with a counselor in the Counseling and Advising Center to make sure you’re taking the courses you need to reach your new goals.
Request an informational packet (View-book):
Need help with your application, scheduling your orientation or other admissions questions? Book an appointment with one of our team members now!