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Cash Management Contracts

Under the Federal Title IV cash management regulations, institutions are required to publicly disclose any contract that governs a Tier One or Tier Two Arrangement as well as information about the costs incurred by students who elect to use a financial account offered under one of those arrangements. 

The Regulations included, among others, provisions related to how disbursement options and financial products can be marketed to students, the delivery of debit cards to students, the sharing of student information under certain arrangements, prohibitions on the incurrence of certain types of account fees to student accountholders and requirements related to ATM access for student accountholders.
"To view our institution's contract with BankMobile, a Division of Customer Bank, click here."

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Drug-Free Schools and Community Act

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Satisfactory progress standards
Terms and conditions of federal student loans
Sample student loan repayment schedule

Gainful Employment information

The US Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that "prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation." Gainful Employment disclosure information is provided for all Metropolitan Community College Title IV eligible Certificate of Achievement and Career Certificate programs.

Disclosure information for each GE program is listed on the program of study home page. Students can also access GE disclosure information by following the link in the MCC catalog hard copy or online.

Metropolitan Community College is not currently required to report the number of students who have completed certificate programs, as we have just become a Gainful Employment institution beginning the 2015-16 academic year. Completion rates will first be reported in the 2018-19 catalog year. 

Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity Statement

Refund policy

Retention, graduation, and transfer-out rates

Student population

Percentage of full-time students enrolled Fall 2016 who were female: 53.0%
Percentage of full-time students enrolled Fall 2016 who were male: 47.0%
Percentage of full-time students enrolled Fall 2016 who self-identified as members of a major racial or ethnic group: 32.0%

Students with disabilities

Transfer of credits earned at other institutions

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Last updated: 9/08/2017