At McLennan Community College (MCC), students can expect to receive an affordable but progressive education that prepares them for a future career where they can be sure to reach their full potential.
Students can pursue an associate’s degree or certification in over 100 diverse academic options, including Agriculture, Computer Science and Speech Communications. Work force training is also available.
MCC also partners with nearby universities to provide opportunities to seek bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees on campus or online.
You can apply to MCC by submitting an application online, or via mail or fax. Admissions require students to choose a program for pursuit, and submit any transcripts at the time of the application.
For those needing assistance with tuition, financial aid is available. Scholarships, grants, loans, work-study and other options exist for eligible students. Meet with the financial aid office to discuss financial aid programs that meet your needs.
For those seeking a college life experience beyond the classroom, take a stroll on the large, attractive campus full of trees and hills, sit and study in nearby Cameron Park or just enjoy a concert beside the Bosque River. There are also plenty of options for dining and fun in downtown Waco, Texas.
Quick Facts about McLennan Community College
Mid-size City Setting
Large (5,000 to 10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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