Key Registration Dates
See registration steps below
|February 8, 2021||Open for all students.|
|April 26, 2021||Open for currently enrolled students who have completed 12+ credits (not including courses currently in progress). Also open to military veterans.|
|April 28, 2021||Open for all currently enrolled students.|
|May 3, 2021||Open for all new, transfer, and readmitted students. At this point, everyone can register.|
|August 19, 2021||Registration deadline for matriculated students (students who are in a degree program). |
Note: This deadline does not apply to non-matriculated students.
Fall 2021 Steps for Priority Advisement and Registration
- Get Ready
Run a Degree Works evaluation to determine the classes you still need to take to finish your degree or certificate.
- Get Set
Seek Advisement. If you have an assigned advisor, it will be listed on your Degree Works audit. Schedule an appointment with your advisor to discuss your academic plans. If you do not have an assigned advisor, email firstname.lastname@example.org for advisement assistance.
Do I need Advisement?
Students with a GPA below 2.0 or students in the identified programs below must see an advisor to get an Advisement "key" (alternate pin) to unlock online registration access.
- Clinical Lab Technology
- Dental Assisting
- Dental Hygiene
- Health Information Technology
- Radiologic Technology
- Surgical Technology
- Go Register
Log into myMCC and click on the Student tab then the My Account sub-tab. Use the Schedule Planner or the Add/Drop/Withdraw link under the Registration and Records area.
- Register now, Pay later
Bill due date is July 15th. Payment Plans are available, and all students should be encouraged to apply for Financial Aid. Please visit the Financial Aid Office with any questions about current or future financial aid.
Registering after the deadline
If you’re in a degree program and missed the registration deadline, you still have options.
Got a question about registration dates and deadlines?
We know it’s a busy time of year and you’ve got a lot on your mind, so we’ll do what we can to help.