Fall 2019 Tuition/Payment Plans
Fall 2019 tuition is due August 7. Students can sign-up for a payment plan at the time of Registration, via self-service on myCommnet or by visiting the Bursar’s Office to enroll in a tuition payment plan. Also, please note that the 2019-20 tuition/fee rates will be posted on the MCC website as soon as they are approved by the Board of Regents for Higher Education. Students registered prior to the establishment of the 2019-20 rates will be charged at 2018-19 rates with an adjustment to be invoiced prior to the tuition due date. Please call the Bursar’s Office at 860-512-3640 with billing inquiries.
NSF Scholarships Available to MCC Students
Apply now for National Science Foundation Scholarships for qualified students enrolled at MCC in computer science, mathematics and physics programs. These scholarships (up to $6,500 per academic year) give academically talented, but financially needy, students the opportunity to complete an undergraduate degree in any of those programs. In addition to financial aid and academic and research opportunities, students receive additional benefits including mentoring, tutoring, invitations to social events, internships and assistance with job placement. Please visit: http://www.ccsu.edu/csmp/ for more information on the application process; the deadline is August 26.
The grant funding is specially targeted to support students in the college’s Women in STEM initiative, known as WiSTEM, which helps increase persistence and graduation rates for women pursuing degrees.
MCC Offers Health Career Pathways Certificate for Students Interested in Exploring In-Demand Health Services
Jobs in Connecticut’s health services sector are among those with the most openings projected over the next five to ten years. Many are among the fastest growing fields as well. MCC has a certificate program for students interested in exploring these jobs before committing to one field.
For example, MCC’s Manufacturing Engineering program is designed so that graduates emerge with the specific skills employers are looking for among candidates in the current job market.
It was at MCC that Mozzicato, of South Windsor, who had served his country with tours in Iraq, learned the honor of serving himself.