In addition, enrollment offices are open until 7:00 pm, every Tuesday & Wednesday to support students needing enrollment assistance.
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MCC At a Glance
5 Campuses in the Greater Kansas City Area
120+ associate degree and certificate programs
Over 16,500 students enrolled
About 40% of students are a minority
24.3 is the average student age
Over 1,200 students use the Missouri A+ scholarship program
Over $32 Million in grants and scholarships MCC students collectively received
242 full-time faculty members
updated Fall 2018
MCC accepts credit in transfer from regionally accredited institutions of recognized standing, both public and private. Transfer work will not be evaluated and posted until MCC has received official transcripts, either directly from the transferring school or in a sealed envelope.
Students may use a Request for Academic Transcript form to request transcripts from any previously attended school. Transcripts should be submitted by mail to the Student Data Center at 3200 Broadway, Kansas City, MO 64111.
All courses taken at other colleges and universities become part of the student's permanent record. However, only courses equivalent to those in the student's MCC program will be applied toward an MCC degree or certificate. While the MCC GPA is used for an MCC degree or certificate, the transfer GPA will appear on the MCC transcript as a transfer GPA and be included in the combined GPA.
How will my classes transfer to MCC?
- For information concerning prior credits and their acceptance at MCC, go to the MCC-Kansas City Transfer Information site.
- If the school or class information for which you are searching is not available at this site, complete a Request for Transfer Information form. You will receive a reply via email.
Note: Transfer work may impact financial aid eligibility.
Credit earned from outside the United States
Any foreign transcripts must be translated and evaluated by an outside service, such as Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc.