Get your records & information.
We keep and maintain many of the records and files associated with your MCC education. Need your transcript or other info? We can help.
A transcript is a copy of your permanent academic record. It’s like a report card of your MCC education. Your MCC transcript—official or unofficial—includes all of your:
- Courses taken
- Grades received
- Honors received
- Degrees earned
An official transcript is a hard copy (signed and sealed) of your academic record. It is legal proof of your education. Order official transcripts in person, online at myMCC , or use the Request for Official Transcript Form.
Alumni and former students who don’t have an active MyMCC account can order official transcripts online through the Student Record (Self-Service).
Each semester we compile our Dean’s List, an honor roll of MCC students whose outstanding grades set them apart. Full- and part-time students enrolled in a degree program make the Dean’s List if:
- Your grade point average is 3.5 or higher
- You have no grades of “I” or “F” for the semester
- You have completed 6 or more credit hours in the semester
Dean’s List recipients receive a confirmation email four or so weeks after the semester has ended.
Your Dean’s List designation also appears on your academic transcript.
You might be asked to verify your enrollment as an MCC student. Some agencies, companies, and organizations need official documentation of your enrollment, which is known as the Enrollment Verification Certificate.
We work with National Student Clearinghouse to verify your enrollment history and current status. Once the withdrawal period for the semester begins, you can get your free enrollment certificate by logging in to myMCC. If you need enrollment verification sooner, please contact us.
Records Release (FERPA)
Your educational records—such as information about financial aid, housing, grades, and more—are confidential. But your general directory information (name, major, etc.) is not confidential and could be made public.
As an MCC student, you are entitled to:
- Full access to your educational records
- The right to challenge the content of your records
- The right to limit the release of such records without your written consent
To give someone permission to access your educational records, see the Consent to Disclose Educational Records Form. Learn more about the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, known as FERPA.
Update Your Info
Your personal information might change at some point during your time at MCC. To update the information (name, address, Social Security Number, etc.) we have on file, please print, complete, and submit the Personal Information Change Form.
Don’t see an answer to your question about MCC records? Get in touch with us.