An e-mail regarding your application status should be sent to the e-mail address you indicated on your application. You should receive an acceptance letter within 7-10 working days after we receive your application. To find out if your application has been processed please contact MCC Admissions.
If you haven’t checked your e-mail for a while you most likely need to reset your password. You can reset your password online by using your student ID number and last name. If you need additional assistance please call our IT Helpdesk at (855) 554-6622, press  for password reset.
We will be happy to send your MCC transcript to another school. Please follow the transcript request steps.
Visit the MCC Admissions Office on the North Campus, or contact Paula Clayton at (270) 824-8573.
Your student ID number is located on your acceptance letter and usually starts with “00”. If you can’t find your number please stop by the admissions office.
Please contact Vincent Wilson at (270) 824-8576 to schedule a campus visit.
Currently enrolled students may register for classes beginning October 1 for spring semester or March 1 for fall semester and summer sessions. All other students should contact the Advising and Transfer Center for advising and registration information. All students must meet with an academic advisor prior to registering for classes, including those registering online.
MCC admissions is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Yes. You will need to complete the Early Admission Form, along with your other admission requirements – application, test scores, transcript.
MCC admissions is located on the first floor of the John H. Gray Building on the North Campus. Most admissions functions can also be handled at the Muhlenberg County Campus.
To request information by mail, contact Vincent Wilson at (270) 824-8576. Let us know which programs you are interested in learning more about.
Please check our academic calendar. The academic calendar will show you start and end dates, as well as dates for drop/add, finals, etc.
We’ll need your test scores (ACT or Compass) and transcript(s) from any non-KCTCS college(s) you’ve attended. Once you’ve submitted those you may contact the Advising and Transfer Center for registration information.