Monroe County Community College provides an opportunity for students at four-year colleges and universities to take classes as guest students and return to their “home” college/university. Students can take advantage of more affordable tuition, smaller class sizes and outstanding faculty. MCCC courses are offered in-person and online with the ability for students to schedule around home and work responsibilities.
Once you have applied for admission to MCCC as a guest student, you will complete the following steps.
- Log in and set up your Email and MyWebPal accounts.
Your default email password is your student ID number found in your welcome email. Your default MyWebPal password is your 6 digit birthdate (i.e. 030405). You will be required to create a new password immediately upon login. The new password must be 6-9 lowercase letters and numbers -- no names, no uppercase, and no symbols.
- Verify you’ve met the course prerequisites by sending your unofficial transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some courses at MCCC have prerequisites that must be met prior to enrollment in the course. Guest students have often satisfied prerequisites at their "home" college/university. However, colleges/universities do not generally share prerequisite information with one another. So, we have no knowledge if you actually completed a prerequisite for one of our courses at another college/university. This could prevent you from registering.
- Send your course requests to the Admissions Office at email@example.com. Include your name, Monroe County Community College student ID number, phone number and email address on your correspondence.
- Arrange Payment: Payment must be made no later than two weeks before the semester starts or your course(s) will be dropped. Tuition can be paid online in MyWebPal or through our Cashier’s Office.
Remember that guest students are not eligible for financial aid through MCCC. The federal government only allows you to apply for financial aid through one school at a time, and that should be your home college/university where you are earning the bulk of your credits.