Ready to register for classes? Just follow the simple steps below!
How to Register for Classes
You have applied to MCCC, followed the necessary steps for getting started at MCCC. You have explored our programs. To register, make sure you have your username and password and sign in to myWebPAL. It’s that easy.
- Sign into myWebPAL and click “Student Planning.”
- Under “Student Planning,” select “Plan & Schedule”
- Use arrows to select the term for which you want to register.
You can also use myWebPAL to plan courses, drop courses, add yourself to a waitlist for a full class, manage you waitlist and use the course catalog to search and plan courses.
Before logging in to my WebPAL, be sure to download our “How to Use myWebPAL Student Planning and Registration” Guide.
Registration Dates and Schedules
If you have taken classes at MCCC before and are in good academic standing, you do not need to reapply for admission. Simply follow the steps in the “How to Register for Classes” section above.
ONLINE Summer Semester classes began Monday, May 11, 2020.
REGISTRATION GUIDE: Registration Guide PDF
Fall Semester 2020 classes begin August 26, 2020 and end December 14, 2020.
Registration for the Fall Semester is OPEN, and the college has moved about 95 percent of its courses to online and hybrid formats that can include both online and on-campus instruction in small, socially-distanced groups. Students who have already registered for Fall Semester should review their schedule of classes, as the mode of delivery of some courses may have changed.
MCCC is open but with limited hours and restrictions. In general, the college will operate on its usual summer hours schedule -- 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.-noon on Friday -- with some limitations (see www.monroeccc.edu/coronavirus/updates). The college will remain on summer hours through August 8.
Registration began April 16, 2020. Fall 2020 Registration Guide PDF
PDF SCHEDULE: Schedule of Fall 2020 Classes PDF (8-4-20). This schedule will be updated approximately once a week. For the most current class availability information use the Class Schedule feature in myWebPAL.
Fall fee payment deadline is July 22, 2020. After the tuition payment deadline, payment is due within 5 days from the date of registration.
Pay over time with MCCC’s Tuition Payment Plan.
New Students: Don't forget to register for New Student Orientation in August.
Attend the new virtual Blueprint for Success Workshop this Fall
(more information will be posted as it becomes available).
Winter Semester 2021 classes begin: TBD
Continuing student registration begins: TBD,
Open registration begins: TBD
Winter fee payment deadline: TBD. If registering after the deadline, tuition is due at time of registration.
Pay over time with MCCC’s Tuition Payment Plan.
Class schedule via myWebPAL
Winter Online Course Offerings: Courses/Requirements TBD
New Students: Don't forget to register for New Student Orientation (date TBD) click here
Tuition will be assessed and collected according to the residency status of the student on the first day of the semester or the first day the student is officially enrolled after the first day of the semester. Requests for change of status must be submitted by that time.
Resident rates will be assessed in cases where:
- The student, or parents of a dependent student, own(s) either property or a business which is located within Monroe County (Michigan).
- The student’s tuition is paid by his or her employer and either the student or the employer is considered a county resident. (An employer is considered a county resident if that employer operates a business, or branch thereof, within Monroe County, Michigan).
- The student is considered a resident, defined as follows:
- The residence of a student who is a dependent follows that of his/her parent or legal guardian. Student must be claimed on current health insurance or prior tax return of parent/legal guardian.
- A person may qualify as a resident by residing: 1) six months within the state of Michigan, and 2) 30 days within a Monroe County (Michigan) precinct. If a person moves to another precinct within the county, he/she is still considered a resident of the county.
- Any individual using educational assistance under either Chapter 30 (Montgomery GI Bill* - Active Duty Program), Chapter 33 (Post 9/11 GI Bill*) of Title 38, United States Code, and/or the Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship (38 U.S.C. §3311 (b)(9)) who lives in the State of Michigan while attending Monroe County Community College (regardless of his/her formal state of residence) shall be charged no more than in-state tuition.
In cases where the residency of a student is considered in doubt, the student may be asked to provide proof in the form of: 1) up-to-date voter registration card, 2) a vehicle registration form (pre-printed by the Secretary of State), 3) a driver’s license, 4) an official communication from a municipal official indicating how long the student has resided in the county. Questions concerning individual cases in regard to these regulations should be directed to the registrar.