MCC strives to provide access to its programs and activities and provides reasonable accommodations for persons defined as disabled under the Americans With Disability Act of 1990, ADA AA, and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Learn more about MCC's disability services.
Student Code of Conduct
As a student at MCC, you are held to specific expectations. Those expectations are defined in the student code of conduct. Disciplinary and appeal procedures, as well as student due process information is contained in this policy. Access the Student Code of Conduct (pdf).
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
As a student, your educational records are protected. Learn more about FERPA.
Notice of Non-discrimination
MCC is committed to providing equal opportunities for its students, staff, and faculty.
Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Violence, and/or Sexual Misconduct
All forms of harassment and discrimination will not be tolerated at MCC, however sexual harassment and misconduct have been given special attention due to the changes in federal regulations regarding Title IX.
Further, educational and awareness programming can help prevent sexual harassment, discrimination, violence, and other misconduct.
Finally, if you feel that you have been a victim of sexual harassment, misconduct, and/or violence, please notify your Dean of Students as soon as possible. Your Dean of Student's contact information can be found here, and additional resources can be found here.
Student Consumer Information
MCC believes that students have the right to know important facts about their students' college of choice. Learn more about MCC's consumer information.
This report will give you information regarding the safety and security of MCC's District and its five campuses.