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Advising Appointment

Schedule by calling the MCC Contact Center at 531-MCC-5231 or contact your advisor directly (see Advising Staff).  Health Career Students can now book appointments online.  Please see below.

Schedule your advising appointment early! Appointments may be restricted during the two weeks prior to the start of a quarter.

Common appointment activities include:

  • Educational Planning
  • Financial Aid Appeals
  • Reviewing degree requirements
  • Checking progress toward graduation
  • Course substitutions
  • Discussing major or other goals
  • Developing a transfer plan
  • Reviewing college policies and procedures
  • Calculating your grade point average (GPA)
  • Academic Standing
  • Career Advising

Health Careers Students try our new online scheduling tool
https://booknow.appointment-plus.com/7r4c1zs2/

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What to bring to your appointment/be able to pull up online if you are a new, returning or visiting student:

  • ACT Scores
  • Accuplacer Scores
  • High School Transcripts
  • Transcripts from previous institutions attended

*If you are a new student planning to register for courses, please complete the online application before coming to your appointment.

For current students:

*ACT and Accuplacer scores are valid for two years
*You can contact MCC at 531-622-2400 to verify whether we have scores and transcripts already on file.

How to Prepare for your advising appointment:

  1. Think about what you want to accomplish at the meeting - have your questions written down, review your academic evaluation and education plan

  2. Familiarize yourself with MCC's degree options and consider a major

  3. Save important information and worksheets, if applicable

  4. Share your academic background with the advisor

Your advisor is your partner - click here for roles

Drop-In Assistance

Examples of issues appropriate for drop-in assistance include:

  • Concern about a current class
  • Quick questions about academic requirements
  • Review of class schedule, but not long-term planning
  • Campus/Resource referrals
  • One-time-only withdrawals--an advisor can discuss your options and then teach you how to withdraw from a course
  • College academic policies