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Take the Next Step
We're so glad you chose MC. You took the first step, now complete the next few to become an MC student. Use the video links below, see the Raptor Reference Card for an easy-to-follow checklist (PDF, ) , or contact Raptor Central.
Don't forget to review your major or field of study (if you're undecided) to learn what's required to complete your program. You should also visit the Career Coachnew window to discover in-demand careers and education based on your interests.
Explore our three campuses from home via our virtual toursnew window or schedule a thirty to forty-five minute virtual tour led by MC staff.
MC is more than just classes. Find out what life at MC is all about. You'll be surprised at how much goes on.
MC Voicesnew window has your fellow MC students blogging and vlogging about classes, events, clubs, internships, and a lot more. You will see first hand the lives of our students – the changes, challenges, special moments, and the memories created at MC.
Mi Escuela es su Escuela
Mi Escuela es su Escuela es un programa de MCTV que trae recursos, historias de éxito e información a la comunidad de habla hispana.
Mi Escuela es su Escuela (My School is Your School) brings resources, success stories, and helpful information to the Spanish-speaking community via a half-hour radio and TV program.
What Type of Student Are you?
Register and attend MC courses on campus, online, or at your high school and get a jump on your college credits.
MC welcomes students from around the world, and others for whom English is not a first language.
Student Success Stories
During the week, the alarm goes off early at Kayla Moore’s home, ensuring she is ready to lead JumpBunch classes and share her love of exercise with her young students. On the weekends, Moore can be found working at Tru2Form Hoops, running drills and imparting her love of basketball to program participants. With so much on her plate, she follows a strict schedule in order to get everything done.
Moore is incredibly grateful for the athletic scholarship she receives because it alleviates the stress of how to pay for classes and allows her to focus on her academic and athletic goals.
“The scholarship I have has given me the support system of educators, coaches, and
counselors who are doing everything in their power to help me achieve my athletic
and academic goals,” says Moore. “This scholarship means the world to me. It shows
me that I am not on my educational journey by myself.”
After completing her degree at MC, where she is studying political science and criminal justice, Moore’s plans include transferring to a four-year program to pursue a bachelor’s degree. She will then apply to law school.
Utilizing the skills she has been honing for many years—teamwork, the ability to prioritize, communications, and self-discipline—she wants to “defend those who otherwise would be swept under the rug and help educate people negatively impacted by the criminal justice system.”
The scholarship Moore receives, along with her work ethic and determination, allows her to give her all on in the court and in the classroom, and someday, the courtroom.