FLINT — Mott Community College (MCC) Summer and Fall semester registration will open on April 1. Classes will be offered in a variety of formats, including online, hybrid and in-person.
“Now is the time to take college classes,” said Jason Wilson, Vice President for Student Academic Success. “MCC has programs and flexible scheduling for just about anyone looking to improve their lives, from current high school students who want to dual enroll, to recent high school grads ready to get started, or for people already in the workforce who want updated skills and a credential. Mott has it all.”
The 21st Century job market requires a highly skilled workforce. MCC offers associate degrees and skills certificates in high demand career fields in health care, accounting, manufacturing, computer technology and STEM. In addition, the College has transfer degree programs and articulation agreements statewide for students who wish to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
Paying for college in Michigan is getting easier through a variety of state-funded programs. Michigan Reconnect provides free tuition to Michiganders 25 and older, who do not already have a degree, to earn an associate degree or skills certificate.
For students under 25, federal financial aid is available for those who qualify, and MCC offers a variety of scholarships to help students afford college. Scholarship information for MCC can be found at www.mcc.edu/financial-aid/scholarships.shtml.
Students still in high school can apply for dual enrollment/early admit and get a jump start on their college education. For information about dual enrollment, visit www.mcc.edu/admissions/dual-enrolled-early-admit-student.shtml. — G.G.