Majority of MCC Spring semester classes will be taught virtuallyAs we eagerly await the start of the spring semester on January 11, our number one priority is promoting the health and safety of our students and all members of the MCC community
Due to the rising number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in our region, the majority of our courses will be taught virtually this spring either by video conference or online.
Virtual learning means:
- The course will be taught live with students attending via video conferencing (such as Zoom).
- Classes meet live during the days and times listed in the course schedule.
- Students will need reliable internet access and supporting technology.
Courses that cannot be taught completely in a virtual environment will meet in-person following strict safety protocols including single points of entry with temperature check stations, social distancing, required face coverings, comprehensive contact tracing, and thorough cleaning and sanitizing of campus buildings.
MCC Online courses will be taught as planned; 100% online.
The codes used to identify each mode are:
- VC – Video Conferencing/Virtual Live
- P – In-person
- IN – Internet/Online Anytime
We are committed to supporting you throughout the semester by offering services remotely and in person when possible. View information about how to access student services (such as advising, counseling, tutoring, financial aid).
We are working to ensure the high-quality learning experience that MCC students are accustomed to, while also protecting the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and community.
Log into your myMCCKC account and review your schedule.
- Login to myMCCKC
- Go to your Student Center Home
- Click on "My Class Schedule" under Academics
- Select 2021 Spring
- Uncheck "Show Dropped Classes" and "Show Waitlisted Classes"
The course schedule has been updated to reflect these delivery options. The codes used to identify each mode are:
- P – In person
- VC – Video Conferencing
- IN – Internet
In person: These courses meet on campus in face-to-face format. Please check your schedule for the meeting time and location.
Video Conferencing: These course will meet on the days and times listed on your schedule for sections taught via video conferencing. To access the link for your class, you will login into Blackboard.
Internet: These courses will be taught via the internet. You'll attend class at mcckc.blackboard.com. The course does not meet on specific days or times.
How to login to Blackboard:
You can find Blackboard in your myMCCKC student portal. Under the login, select 'login' with your MCC employee or student account. Then, you will login to Blackboard by entering your student ID followed by @mcckc.edu. This looks like your student email address, but your login will end with @mcckc.edu, not @student.mcckc.edu.
How to Enroll
After receiving your student ID, log into myMCCKC to enroll through the Student Center section.
After applying to MCC, make sure you complete these steps to enroll for classes:
- ACT needs to have sent your scores to MCC so we have them on file
- Take any placement testing necessary
- Attend a New Student Advising and Enrollment Session. An email invitation will automatically be sent to you to register for a session of your choice. During your session we will help you enroll in your classes through your Student Center at myMCCKC. (myMCCKC is your personal account where you will enroll in classes, pay fees, view records, grades, financial aid and instructor/MCC messages.)
Returning MCC Students
Welcome back! We are glad you are choosing to continue your educational career with us. Before you enroll for classes, you can:
- Meet with an advisor on a walk-in basis during regular business hours to review your remaining requirements and course selections. An advisor will also help you determine if any testing is necessary.
- Enroll in your classes through your Student Center at myMCCKC.
Please send official transcripts from any previous college for evaluation and placement. You can do that online using e-transcripts through the National Student Clearinghouse. Click here for more information about sending transcripts.
After you apply,
- Determine if testing is necessary
- Meet with an advisor on a walk-in basis during regular business hours to review your remaining requirements and course selections.
- Enroll in your classes through your Student Center at myMCCKC. (myMCCKC is your personal account where you will enroll in classes, pay fees, view records, grades, financial aid and instructor/MCC messages.)
Visiting and Degreed Students
After you apply, you can enroll in your classes through your Student Center at myMCCKC. (myMCCKC is your personal account where you will enroll in classes, pay fees, view records, grades and instructor/MCC messages). Learn more about becoming a visiting student at MCC.