One of your first stops in Admission to the College is the Registrar's Office
Getting admitted: two things you must do
You can get complete information on admission to Mayland Community College at our Admissions Website here.
When you apply to attend Mayland Community College, one of your first stops is at the Registrar's Office. There are some forms you must fill out and return to the Registrar when you apply to be a student at MCC.
First: the application form
Before you can take classes at Mayland, you must complete an Application for Admission. There are two methods of completing this application.
First, you can download our Application Form which is in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. The Form requires the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded here. You can print out the form and fill it in by hand, or you can fill out the form inside the Adobe Acrobat Reader. Simply click in the areas adjacent to what you must enter and you can type in your response or make a selection from a list. You must completely fill the Admission Form out and print it, as you cannot save the information you enter inside the form. Then, just sign it and send it in.
The second means of applying for admission to MCC is through the College Foundation of North Carolina's Website at cfnc.org. You have to register with CFNC to apply (registration is free). Just follow the instructions on the CFNC Website and your electronic submission will be routed to MCC.
There is no charge for applying for admission to Mayland Community College.
Second: the transcript request
In addition to completing and filing an admission application with the Registrar's Office, you must request transcripts of your grades from any high schools or colleges/universities you have attended.
Please contact all high schools, colleges, universities, or community colleges that you have attended and request that an official copy of your transcript be sent to Mayland. Here is our address:
Mayland Community College
PO Box 547
Spruce Pine, NC 28777
It is important that you complete both steps, as your admission to Mayland won't be completed until you do.