Mott Community College’s – Financial Fresh Start Program has been created to help students, who have outstanding account balances that prevent registration for future semesters, to re-enroll in MCC and continue their educational goals. This applies to any MCC student who has an outstanding balance on their student account resulting from enrollment in a semester within the last 7 years (to exclude the current semester). Students must meet the eligibility requirement of having an outstanding account balance with the college and must maintain eligibility for the duration of this program.
To start the Financial Fresh Start program, please complete the Financial Fresh Start Interest Form
Once you’ve completed the Financial Fresh Start Interest Form, your form will be routed to a staff member in the Office of Admissions who will guide you through your next steps. These steps include:
Any MCC student who has an outstanding balance on their student account resulting from enrollment in a semester within the last 7 years (to exclude the current semester) is eligible for the Financial Fresh Start program.
Pre-Enrollment Requirements – Financial Fresh Start students are required to:
Financial Fresh Start students will be required to attend an information session regarding Financial Fresh Start program. After submitting your Financial Fresh Start interest form, a staff member from the Office of Admissions will sign you up for a Financial Fresh Start information session. In this information session, you’ll learn about the certificate/degree and the workforce development program options, as well as eligibility requirements to maintain your status as a Financial Fresh Start student. This session will also include information regarding funding opportunities, such as Michigan Reconnect & Futures for Frontliners, and FASFA completion. The information session will conclude with signing up for a one on one Financial Fresh Start session with an MCC Counselor.
During your individual Financial Fresh Start session with an MCC Counselor, you’ll be provided with two options to select from: a certificate or degree option and a workforce development program option. Depending on which option you choose, the MCC Counselor with discuss how your balance can be waived while participating in the Financial Fresh Start program.
Students who select a certificate or degree will have 50% of their account balance forgiven after the successful completion of their first term. The remaining 50% of their account balance will be forgiven after successful completion of the certificate or degree.
Students who select a Workforce Development program will have 100% of their account balance forgiven after successful completion of the program.