Welcome back to Mott Community College!

If you have not attended MCC in three or more years, there is no time like the present to come back. Let us review any college credits you have acquired since your last attendance at MCC and help you re-evaluate your goals. MCC can make the transition back uncomplicated and stress-free.

Return as a Mott Student in

4 Steps

Step 1

Submit Application

Submit electronically, in person or by mail. There is no application fee.

Apply Online preferred

Apply In Person

Due to the COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic, services in connection to admissions, registration and enrollment WILL NOT BE carried out as an IN-PERSON option during the Winter 2021 (20/21) enrollment period .

Services ARE AVAILABLE to all students through remote/virtual resources.

For general questions and inquiries please call (810) 762-0200, use the website chat feature during office hours or use phone, email contact information for those offices.

Print an Application

Mail to:
Mott Community College
Office of Admissions PCC2140
1401 E. Court St.
Flint, MI 48503-2089

From the time we receive your application, please allow 24-48 hours for your application to be processed.

Step 3

Send Official Transcripts

Have an official transcript sent from each previous college you’ve attended since you last attended Mott College. Please have the transcripts sent to:

Mott Community College
Office of the Registrar
1401 E. Court St.
Flint, MI 48503-2089

Step 4

Meet with an Advisor to plan your schedule

You must meet with a counselor or advisor to discuss your program, class selection and career goals. If registration is open and you are eligible you may also register for classes. (Please Note: You must meet the minimum class requirements/prerequisites. If you have any questions, please ask your counselor or advisor for assistance). Additionally, be sure to ask about MCC's Honors College and about receiving credit for eligible high school classes.

  • You may be required to take or re-take the Placement Test (check with your advisor/counselor for assistance).
September 29, 2021
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