- Visit www.mccneb.edu to get more information about MCC and academic programs.
- Complete a basic skills assessment (if needed). Visit www.mccneb.edu/testing for more information.
- Meet with an academic advisor by calling 402-457-2400 to make an appointment.
- Enroll in classes via phone registration at 402-457-5231 or with an academic advisor or a counselor.
- Pay tuition for classes.
New students who register by phone or in person at a campus are mailed a letter that contains their MCC username and password three-to-five business days after the date of enrollment.
Academic advisors are generally the first point of contact for new students. Advisors also assist students with identifying and developing an educational plan to support their academic, career, and personal life goals. They help connect students to valuable resources and information about MCC's programs, services, policies, and procedures and work collaboratively with students, program faculty members, and other College officials.
The COMPASS basic skills assessment test is available at each MCC Testing Services location. Students participate in basic skills assessments in reading, writing, English, science, and mathematics. Academic Resource Centers, Math Centers, and Writing Centers provide assistance and preparation for placement tests. Assessment results are needed for new students so they can be placed in courses properly. An assessment test may be needed prior to registering for classes. Visit www.mccneb.edu/testing for more information.
Disability Support Services
MCC is committed to providing appropriate services and accommodations for any student with a documented disability through Disability Support Services. To be eligible for services, students must identify themselves to DSS and provide documentation of their disability. Once appropriate documentation is received, DSS works with students to determine reasonable accommodations. These accommodations may not always be the same as the student received in high school or at another college or university. DSS counselors are available to assist students with disabilities on an appointment-based system. Appointments may be made by contacting any Student Services office.
Current or former students:
Online registration via My Services
- Visit www.mccneb.edu to access My Services.
- Enter username and password* on log in screen
*A username and password are required to access online registration. All students can obtain username and password help at the Password Center online at www.mccneb.edu/password if needed.
My Services — Resources include:
- registration for credit and noncredit classes
- grades and class schedules
- requests for official transcripts
- option to drop classes
- address change form
- account summaries by quarter
- payment options
- degree audits
- financial aid information
- Have student ID number ready.
- Have course and section numbers or course synonym numbers available.
- Call 402-457-5231 or toll-free 800-228-9553.
Schedule changes are the responsibility of the student. The changes must follow College procedures and deadlines at all times. Academic advisors are available to assist students with schedule changes.
Change of registration
The College provides specific timelines each quarter to change schedules. The following guidelines apply to course registration changes.
- On-campus courses may be added after the first class session with instructor approval. Forms are available in Student Services. This does not apply to online courses.
- Changes and refunds are effective on the date the request is received. The eligibility and amount for a refund is automatically calculated by the date of the withdrawal.
- Students may withdraw from a course any time prior to the last day to drop a class section.
- Withdrawing from a course within the designated drop period results in a W that is recorded on the student's permanent record.
- Failure to withdraw from a class may result in the assignment of an F grade to the student's permanent record.
- Schedule changes are the responsibility of the students.
- Students receiving financial aid are advised to speak with a financial aid representative when dropping classes after the start of the quarter.
The College may find it necessary to cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment or other extenuating circumstances. Whenever possible, the course is cancelled prior to the first class meeting, and the students notified. Students enrolled in a cancelled course receive a full refund.