Seven different campus/center locations PLUS Online courses to choose from!
Why MCC's CollegeNOW! is for you!
- Affordable Tuition
- Jump Start on a College Education
- Quality Instruction
- Current Technology
- Credits that Transfer
NEBRASKA RESIDENT High School students will receive half-price Tuition.
THE TUITION IS HALF-PRICE FOR EACH QUARTER THROUGH THE SUMMER QUARTER OF THE YEAR YOU GRADUATE. EFFECTIVE FALL QUARTER FOLLOWING YOUR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION, THE HALF-PRICE TUITION NO LONGER APPLIES.
PLEASE NOTE: Students are responsible for the cost of books, which can be purchased at MCC Campus Bookstore.
Please "click" on the link below.
Advisors will register students 16 years and older for classes.
Secondary Partnerships will register students younger than 16 years old.
Please Follow The Instructions Below.
CollegeNOW! Registration Process:
Step 1: Choose a *course or courses.
Step 2: Call 402-457-2400 and request to speak with an Academic Advisor.
Step 3: Complete the registration form (If you are under 18 years of age,
your parent's/guardian's signature is required).
Step 4: Bring the completed registration form to your appointment with an Academic Advisor.
Step 5: If the student is under the age of 16, The EARLY ENTRY ENROLLMENT
section must be completed. The form is then sent to the Secondary
Partnerships office, Building 7, FOC.
PLEASE NOTE: Based on course prerequisite, placement tests may be required as determined by the Academic Advisor. Please bring your ACT scores, if available.
Your MCC student email is provided to you free of charge. To use your email, visit www.mccneb.edu log into MyWay located on the right side
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Class schedules, registration statements, invoices and other information are sent to your student email account rather than through the U.S. Postal Service. Communication via student email provides the opportunity to save paper and help create a sustainable environment.
Questions? Please call 402-457-2213.
*Courses may be canceled due to low enrollment.