When filling out scholarship applications, financial aid forms, or other documents, you may come across language about the type of student you want to enroll as. Here are definitions of the some the terms you may see.
A student who is taking courses without being accepted into a specific degree or certificate program. Non-matriculated students are not eligible to receive financial aid and may be required to score at the satisfactory level on placement testing and/or be interviewed before registering for classes.
A student who is enrolled for twelve (12) or more credit hours in a semester.
A student is one who is taking fewer than twelve (12) credit hours in a semester.
A student who has stopped attending MCC, reapplied, and re-enrolled.