Senior Citizen

Whether your goal is to obtain a degree, transfer to a four-year college or university, learn new skills for job advancement or simply take a course for your own personal enrichment, you can make it happen at MCC.

I am a Senior Citizen

A student who is age 62 or older may register for credit courses on a space-available basis the day before the start of a semester and receive waivers for in-state tuition, the college service fee and the student activity fee. Waivers do not apply to mandatory usage fees, credit extension courses (accelerated Fall and Spring semesters, and Summer and Winter sessions) or non-credit courses taught through the Continuing Education Division.

 Step 1: Apply for Admission 

Students may complete an application online. In submitting an application for admission, students will also need to provide proof of high school graduation or GED from an approved secondary school

Students are required to be in-state legal residents for a period of one full year prior to the date of the first class of the semester to receive the in-state tuition waiver. The Admissions office may require proof of residency.

Step 2: Register for Classes

Students should review the course selection and requirements prior to registering.  A schedule of courses is available online. Additionally, course descriptions and prerequisites can be found in the academic catalog.

For students taking a single course or in a non-degree status, an unofficial transcript of previous coursework from another institution may be used to demonstrate proof of having met course prerequisites for courses other than English 101 or Math 138.

To register for classes, complete the online registration form. The Fall 2020 senior citizen registration date is Tuesday, August 25, and registration will be confirmed at that time.

Step 3: Pay for College 

To receive the waivers, the Registrar’s office will require a driver’s license as proof of age.