I want to take just a class or two.
Non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) students can choose to take a class or two at a time, without applying to the college for admission.
If you are a Degree-seeking student, skip this page and refer to the Apply for Admission page.
As a non-matriculated student, you can study part time to:
• Complete coursework for your degree at another college
• Update your resume with new skills
• Dig deeper into college-level topics that interest you
If you’re taking a course to supplement your education at another college, make sure your credits will transfer by checking with that college.
NOTE: To take a class or two at MCC, you may need to provide an unofficial transcript to show prerequisite compliance, score at the satisfactory level on placement testing or receive instructor permission.
Whether you’re new to MCC or have attended before, registering for classes is easy.
New or RETURNING Students
Are you a new or returning, non-degree seeking student? Create/activate your account and register yourself online. This is the quickest and most efficient way to register.
Another option for registration is to fill out the electronic registration form. Our staff will process your request in the order it was received. *Note: during peak times, high volume may delay the processing of the electronic form; creating/re-activating your own account remains the fastest way to register.
Current MCC Students
Log in to your myMCC and register yourself online. Contact your advisor (as listed on your Degree Works) if you need assistance selecting the correct classes.
Other Ways to Register
If you’d rather not create a registration account on your own, you can register by email or US Mail. Print and complete the Registration Form. Then submit the form via email or US Mail:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mail: Registration and Records, 1000 East Henrietta Rd, Bldg 6-Rm 203, Rochester, NY 14623
Got questions along the way? Contact us for help.
AFFORDING YOUR EDUCATION
You can take a class or two without going through the college admission process. However, as a non-matriculated student you cannot receive financial aid. If you are interested in financial aid, please apply for admission to an MCC program.
By becoming an “official” part-time degree-seeking (matriculated) MCC student, your education becomes even more affordable, as you can apply for loans, grants and even MCC scholarships.
Important: After you register, if you change your mind about taking a class, be sure to drop the course before the semester starts. Otherwise, you will be charged tuition.