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Student Right-to-Know Act

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 account-holders and requirements related to ATM access for student account-holders.

MCC delivers your refund with BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc.

View our third-party servicer contract for refund management.

All institutions receiving federal funding are required to provide educational programming pertaining to the United States Constitution on Sept. 17 of each year. All students are notified of campus activities celebrating Constitution Day.

The Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 requires institutions who participate in federal student aid programs to provide information to its students, faculty and employees to prevent drug and alcohol abuse. Possible repercussions of violating state and institutional drug and alcohol policies is available in Student Code of Conduct.

The Student Code of Conduct outlines the general standard of conduct expected of students and the process. Any conduct on the part of a student that has, or might reasonably be seen to have an adverse affect on the integrity or the proper functioning of the College, or the health, safety, rights or property of the College or its members and visitors, is subject to discipline under this Code.

For assistance handling unresolved concerns (such as academic grades, student aid, discipline and so forth), redress of grievances, and assistance with navigating College policies and procedures, visit the College Ombudsperson page.

  • Percentage of students enrolled fall 2020 who were female: 55.0%
  • Percentage of students enrolled fall 2020 who were male: 45.0%
  • Percentage of students enrolled fall 2020 who self-identified as members of a major racial or ethnic group: 31.0%