MCC Admissions

Mayland is part of the 58-campus North Carolina Community College System, and we partner with area colleges and universities to offer transfer options to our students. We also operate satellite campuses in Newland (Avery County) and Burnsville (Yancey County). 


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What's Going On?

Announcements, news and the latest happenings!

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Facts & Figures

Policies, statistics, and much helpful information are located on our About Us page.


Programs of Study

What Can You Study at MCC?

The Division of Instructional Services at Mayland Community College is committed to providing quality educational experiences for students and the communities we serve. Our instructors use the latest technologies to open doors for learning and giving students options on when and where they want to study. Our programs give hands-on experiences to students, preparing them for success in the workplace or for transfer to another college or university.

Click here for a Programs of Study list or here for the current class schedule

Health Careers

Nursing & Medical Assisting

Demand for jobs in healthcare industries is strong, and you can work in a variety of facilities after completing your education and licensure (if necessary).

Learn more about program offerings, admission requirements and deadlines concerning:
Associate Degree Nursing
Nursing Assistant &
Medical Assisting
by clicking here

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Attending MCC is affordable!

Attending college can be a big financial commitment. You have to pay tuition, for books and supplies, food, transportation, and other expenses. It can add up quickly.

 Mayland Community College is an excellent value when compared to 4-year colleges and universities.

Look at the numbers here

Mayland Community College's Financial Aid Office is committed to assisting students with the costs of attending college. Scholarships, grants, part-time work, and childcare are a few types of aid available to qualified students. There is an application process for financial aid. We encourage all students to apply for financial assistance.

Read more on the Financial Aid portion of the MCC website.

Baisic Law Enforcement Training

Mayland Community College's Basic Law Enforcement Training program provides the training required of anyone serving as a law enforcement officer in North Carolina

The requirements for admission into a BLET course are:


  1. Must be a citizen of the United States;

  2. Must be 20 years of age;

  3. Priority admission is given to individuals holding full‑time employment with criminal justice agencies;

  4. Must provide to the School Director a medical examination report, properly completed by a physician licensed to practice medicine in North Carolina, a physician's assistant, or a nurse practitioner, to determine the individual's fitness to perform the essential job functions of a criminal justice officer.

  5. Must have a high school diploma or GED. High school diplomas earned through correspondence enrollment are not recognized toward the educational requirements
  6. Must provide to the School Director a certified criminal record check for local and state records for the time period since the trainee has become an adult and from all locations where the trainee has resided since becoming an adult. An Administrative Office of the Courts criminal record check or a comparable out-of-state criminal record check will satisfy this requirement.

  7. Must have not been convicted of a felony or:
          1. a crime for which the punishment could have been imprisonment for more than two years;
          2. or a crime or unlawful act defined as a "Class B misdemeanor" within the five year period prior to the date of application for employment unless the individual intends to seek certification through the North Carolina Sheriffs' Education and Training Standards Commission;
          3. or four or more crimes or unlawful acts defined as "Class B Misdemeanors" regardless of the date of conviction;
          4. or four or more crimes or unlawful acts defined as "Class A Misdemeanors" except the trainee may be enrolled if the last conviction occurred more than two years prior to the date of enrollment;
          5. or a combination of four or more "Class A Misdemeanors" or "Class B Misdemeanors" regardless of the date of conviction unless the individual intends to seek certification through the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission.

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