Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 164 Enrollment Process All students must apply for admission to Mott Community College before registering for a class. 1. Complete an admission application at Applicants under the age of 22 will need to send a high school transcript 2. Apply for Financial Aid at 3. Complete the Online Preview 4. Complete Placement Testing 5. Complete Orientation 6. Meet with your Advisor 7. Register for classes and confirm your method of payment *For security purpose, you must have a valid government issued photo ID in order to conduct business at the College. Financial Aid Process *Students are encouraged to begin the financial aid process 4-6 weeks before the payment due date to allow time for processing. 1. Complete the FAFSA • Apply for your FSA User ID at • Fill out your FAFSA online at 2. Submit any additional required documentation. • Approximately one week after submitting your FAFSA, you can access your MCC4Me/My BackPack account to see if you are required to submit more documents. • Once all required documents have been submitted and your aid is processed, you will receive an award letter. • On MCC4Me/My BackPack you have the ability to view your award letter. The award letter details the aid for which you are eligible. If there is a loan offered in your package that you would like to accept, you must go to and submit a Master Promissory Note (MPN) and Entrance Counseling. If you intend on participating in the work-study program you must contact Student Employment Services 3. Utilizing/Accessing your Financial Aid Awards • How do you utilize your Financial Aid? Using your aid after it has been awarded is simple. The Financial Aid Office applies the funds to your account, paying your tuition and allowing you to use any excess in the bookstore. Still have questions? Try 4.Remain Eligible a. If you fail, stop attending, or withdraw from your classes, you may owe a portion of your aid back. This is called a Return of Funds Calculation. See for more information b. You must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in order to remain eligible. If you fall below any of the three SAP standards, your financial aid will be terminated.