Becoming a student has never been easier. We understand that preparing for college can be overwhelming, even confusing at times. That’s why we created the Enrollment Steps. This handy checklist contains all the steps you need to complete before your first day of class. It will guide you through the enrollment process, track your progress as you go, and help make sure you don’t miss anything.
FAFSA/PIN MCC (school code #001077)
Financial Need Analysis (www.aasfaa.org)
Apply for Admissions
Receive Your Student ID# and MEID
Complete your student declaration form
Bring your AZ ID & Certificate of Indian Blood
Request Letter of Acceptance
To Determine what classes you will begin with
ID is required to take the test
Plan up to 2-3 hours for the test
Allow 12-24 hours for Student Center to update before registering for classes
With your Student ID# & MEID create your username and password
Access all your college information from here
Check message and To Do list often for updates
Your student email will contain your MEID#
You will receive an email from Citi Bank
Follow the link to their website to register for your account
Collect your Financial Aid
Direct Deposit is required to collect your Financial Aid
Student ID# and MEID is required to set up account.
You have the option to choose what account you will be using
Create a New Account or
Existing personal bank account - you will need the routing and account numbers.
Tuition Rates can be found HERE.
CLICK HERE to find out more information regarding the cost of attending MCC on their financial aid website.
Click on the following link to open up a Word document for information related to housing and living expenses to consider when moving to the Valley: Living expenses.docx
Tribal Scholarships are available to members of 22 supported nations in Arizona. You will need to complete a Financial Needs Analysis online at www.aasfaa.org. Remember to print a copy of your completed Analysis for your records.
Advisors can assist you in choosing the courses that fit your academic goals and help keep you on track for graduation. There are also academic advisors for specified academic programs such as nursing, dental hygiene, or some business career options. Drop in or call ahead for an appointment: 480-461-7931
Advisors in the American Indian Center can be found in Bldg. AD42 Room 25.
MCC's New Student Orientation is a fun way to learn information about campus resources, academic success, university transfer, campus life and more all while having fun and making new friends! CLICK HERE to go there.
The Inter-Tribal Student Organization (ISO) is a student organization that provides an opportunity for Native American students to interact socially and develop leadership skills. Join us for weekly ISO Meetings and other events. Find out more information HERE.
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