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You are a 180 Re-Entry Program (RAP) Student at MCC if you have been released from the penal system and want educational and vocational training.

01 Pick a Path
01 Pick a Path Unsure where to start? Look through our Degrees and Certificates to browse all MCC has to offer. Or answer some quick questions and get career suggestions based on your interests using our Career Coach tool.
02 Apply to MCC
02 Apply to MCC Applying is always free. Make sure to select the "Freshman/New Student" category.
03 Get Financial Aid
03 Get Financial Aid MCC is committed to connecting you to the resources you need to pursue your goals. All students are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and MCC offers a variety of resources to help. Re-entry has staff to assist with the financial aid process.

FAFSA application help
04 Meet with Re-Entry Staff for Orientation
04 Meet with Re-Entry Staff for Orientation The MCC Re-Entry program staff consists of peer mentors, life coaches and specialists to help you with your education and in your transition. Attend an orientation at the Re-Entry building on the Fort Omaha Campus to assess your immediate needs and gather information.

Additional Support

Have more questions? Feel free to contact us. 

  E-mail Our Re-Entry Team