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MCC Class Schedule

View MCC's Spring 2014 Class Schedule here.

  • Spring 2014 Class Schedule (.PDF Copy)
  • Spring 2014 Class Schedule (Online Search)

NOTE: Online schedule is not "live" data and seat availability may be inaccurate. For up-to-date class information please use your student self-service.

What classes are offered and when?
October Term 2013 Class Schedule - PDF
Spring Semester 2014 Class Schedule - PDF
Spring Semester 2014 Online Class Schedule - the online schedule is not "live" data. The numbers of seats available may not be accurate
Fall 2013 Semester Class Schedule - PDF
Fall 2013 Online Class Schedule  - the online schedule is not "live" data. The numbers of seats available may not be accurate

How do I register for classes?
View the Steps to Registration page to find out the registration process.

How many courses can I take?
During the fall and spring semesters, you can register for up to 19 credit hours. During the four-and six week summer intersession, you can register for no more than 4 credit hours, and during the eight-week summer session, up to ten credit hours.
Your schedule is literally at your fingertips.
Everything you need to create your class schedule is available online. Check times and courses, determine availability, and register. This is the most accurate and current information available.

How do I know if a class is full?
Check Peoplesoft to find out if a course is open.  It is open unless the Class Status column indicates that it is closed or canceled. That status may change daily, so check to see if a closed class reopens. If a class is full, you can also ask your advisor to place you on a waiting list.

What is Student Self-Service Records Access?
Students Self-Service Records Access is a link to a student's Peoplesoft account which provides web-based access to your schedule, account balance, grades, service indicators, and financial aid information.

Where can I get course descriptions?
The Kentucky Community and Technical College System catalog provides a complete list of courses and descriptions that explains the general content and topics covered in each class.