Admissions & Enrollment Information

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Spring 2020 Application and New Student Enrollment Information


After reading all information below, select here to complete the application for Spring 2020 admission.

If you are interested in Continuing Education, select here.

Visiting Students select "Special Studies" for your program of study on the application and check WebAdvisor for course availability. You will need to submit high school and/or college transcripts to determine if you meet course level requirements.

Spring 2020

Spring 2020 Application Submission Deadline: January 5, 2020 (for classes beginning in January)

*Note: Individuals who submit applications after December 6, 2019 must be college ready.  College ready is defined as having placement test within the last five years, college transcripts indicating English and Math coursework, or meet Multiple Measures placement.

Spring 2020 Placement Testing Ends: December 13, 2019 ( for classes beginning in January)

Last day for New Student Registration for January: January 9, 2020 ( for classes beginning in January) 

*An Admissions Specialist will send applicants an appointment scheduling link to the email provided on the application.

January 2020 Late Start

*Applications and Registration for late start Spring 2020 classes will be available beginning January 16, 2020. 

See additional important information below for new and returning new Spring and Summer 2020 students.

  • "Returning New" is defined as a student who previously attended Mitchell Community College but had a lapse in enrollment which required reapplication and completion of the admissions' process in order to be eligible to register for classes.

Official documentation that will allow placement test waiver is as follows:

  • College transcript with completed transferable college coursework in math and English from Mitchell Community College or other accredited college/university.
  • High school transcript with high school unweighted GPA of 2.6 or higher and 4 years of qualifying math courses within 5 years.
  • College Board transcript with SAT or ACT or AP scores within the last 5 years with college level proficiency for math and English/Reading.
  • Accuplacer test scores from other accredited colleges or previously at Mitchell Community College, all within the last 5 years.

Official transcripts must be unopened with the original seal intact.

Prospective students and new applicants should contact a Student Services Admissions specialist at the Mooresville (704) 978-5415 or Statesville Campus (704) 978-5493 for more information and to learn next steps after completing the admissions application. You may also send an email to the address below.

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