Student Services Advising provides a wide variety of services to prospective and new students including admissions information, assessment to determine need for placement testing, and referrals to community resources.The Advising Department also provides academic advising and educational planning for new students and incoming students with less than two semesters of completed college coursework behind them.
Mitchell Community College provides a wide range of academic support resources to students including the MIND Center (tutoring), Writing Center, Huskins Library, and Work-Based Learning (WBL). Online classes let you learn when and where college fits with your schedule.
Veterans Services assists students with VA educational benefits.
The Disability Services Office offers students with disabilities access to educational opportunities by providing academic accommodations.
Mitchell Ambassadors will have a number of opportunities to be active representatives for on- and off-campus events and outreach programs. Examples of activities include, but are not limited to, providing campus tours to groups and special guests, assisting during special events and college-sponsored activities, visiting area high schools and college fairs with Admissions staff members. Students will be given an option to commit to specific activities best suited to interests and schedules.
The Financial Aid Office assists students with paying for college through the use of grants and scholarships. Students who are awarded the Pell Grant use it to cover tuition, fees and other educational related expenses.
The Office of Student Records assists students with questions related to academic records, transfer credit, enrollment and degree verifications, Mitchell Community College transcripts and graduation requirements.