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Visiting Students

Make it count.

During our current health concerns, MCC continues with remote education and is enrolling for summer and fall semesters, helping thousands just like you progress toward their future goals in these uncertain times. Here's your chance to shorten your time to graduation--take a class at a Metropolitan Community College campus or online.  Make MCC your college this summer to:

  • Complete prerequisites on your time
  • Earn credit hours for seamless transfer,
  • ¬†or for a degree or certificate to strengthen your career
  • Save Money. $107 per credit hour for in-district residents and $30 million in financial aid scholarships and grants to boost your budget- smart moves in our unprecedented era.

Take a class, save money on tuition and living expenses, then seamlessly transfer the credits you earn to your college or university. MCC credits earned as part of Missouri’s Core 42 package of general education classes will transfer anywhere in the state: guaranteed. MCC is Kansas City's source for great value, small classes, exceptional faculty and work-friendly internet, day, evening and weekend scheduling.  This summer, your opportunity is clear, even if the path to your goals has taken an unexpected turn.

Our student support services are being strengthened with extra federal funding and local training-: you’ll be a “visiting” student- but with our personalized assistance you’ll feel you’re home.

Like you, thousands of our former students may face an uncertain future and may not be able to return to their current schools, however you can be certain that MCC has the resources in place to make sure you can continue.

Apply Now

Just fill out our free online application and you will receive an email with your Students ID Number.  Once you have your ID number you can log into your myMCCKC account and enroll in classes.

If you have any questions, click on the Ask an Advisor button to email an advisor on campus or call 816.604.1000 to speak to someone one-on-one about your current situation and how we can help you get to where you’re headed.

Last Modified: 3/9/20