Paying for College
Don’t let financial barriers stand in the way of your education and success. We can help you find ways to reach your goals and pursue your dreams. Learn the facts and utilize our tuition calculator to see how affordable Mitchell Community College can be. We invite you to contact a financial aid advisor to find out about payment options, financial aid and scholarships that can help you become a Mitchell student. To complete the package, we suggest exploring textbook rental at the campus bookstore.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
We’re committed to providing you a quality, affordable education; therefore, we offer a variety of financial aid options, including federal Pell Grants and scholarships, to help make the Mitchell Community College experience a reality for you.
You’ve decided you want to live the Mitchell Community College experience. You can use the state’s online calculator to estimate college costs and learn how you can pay for college.
Mitchell’s campus bookstore offers affordable options for you to purchase your software, supplies and textbooks, including an online book rental program that allows you to buy your required reading materials at a discounted rate.
Do you need to pay your tuition, set up a payment plan, receive a refund or obtain information on an outstanding balance? Our Cashier's Office can help.
Veterans Education Benefits
Local veterans and their families are important to us and our community. Mitchell Community College has an array of programs and services to help you achieve academic and personal goals. See how we can provide you with the educational and personal support you need to connect with the many financial resources available to help you fund your education.
Paying for Continuing Education Courses
Classes offered through Mitchell's Continuing Education Division may be paid for at the Continuing Education Center in Statesville or on the Mooresville Campus. The College also accepts payments via telephone and provides third-party billing.
Websites to assist with Student Financial Literacy: