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Dates to Remember


November 1: To ensure timely processing for financial aid for the Winter 2019 semester, students must complete the FAFSA and submit all required financial aid documents by November 1, 2018.

January 2 - 18: Financial aid Bookstore vouchers will be available for students to purchase their Winter 2019 books in the MCCC bookstore.


Good to Know

Students who plan to start college in Fall 2018 can submit the 2018-19 FAFSA at,

Click here for new information regarding Federal Pell Grant and Student Loan Recipients.

You must register 2 weeks prior to classes start so Financial Aid can determine your award amount.


MCCC, in conjunction with the federal and state governments and private and civic organizations, offers a variety of scholarship, grant, loan, and employment opportunities to assist students in financing their education.

Approximately 50 percent of all MCCC students receive some form of assistance from these sources. The purpose of financial aid is to ensure that the College continues to make it possible for students of all degrees of financial capability, special talent, or high scholastic merit to attend MCCC.

No student should hesitate to apply for admission because of financial circumstances. It is the College's goal to offer financial assistance to all candidates accepted for admission who demonstrate financial need.

The following information is provided to inform prospective and continuing undergraduate students of the various alternatives available.




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