Fall: May 30
Spring: Nov 30
Summer: May 1
Scholarships: April 1
We encourage you to complete your Student Center “TO DO” list by the priority dates. This is when our financial aid offices' high volume period starts.
We keep your official academic record, which includes the following:
- Directory information, a list of all courses you enrolled in, the grades and points for those classes, the number of credit hours you have attempted and earned, the cumulative GPA, honors earned, and the degrees or the certificates awarded.
- Your degree plan.
- Your high school transcript and transcripts from other colleges.
The only people who have access to student records are MCC faculty and staff members carrying out college business.
Viewing grades or transcript
See your grades at myMCCKC. Once there, click on "Grades" under Academic History in the Academic section of your Student Center. This is the only way to view your grades; grades will not be mailed to you. To see your transcript, go to the "Other Academics" drop down box, and select "Unofficial Transcripts."
The point values for letter grades:
A - 4
B - 3
C - 2
D - 1
F - 0
W (withdrawal), S(satisfactory), U(unsatisfactory), P(passing) or Au(audit) - 0
To determine your GPA, here is a convenient calculator you can use.
To do it yourself, multiply the number of credit hours for each course by the points (A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0) earned for that grade. Add the total for all classes together and then divide that by the total number of credit hours. Do not include classes for which you received a W, P, I, S, U, or Au, when duplicate classes have been repeated or any college course work completed while in high school***.
***Dual credit and all college course grade(s), that includes AP, IB, CLEP, and dual-enrolled courses earned while in high school cannot be applied to your A+ GPA to determine A+ eligibility for benefits.