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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Have a question? Need help with your application? Get in touch with us!

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TELEPHONE
828.765.7351
1.800.462.9526

 E-MAIL

admissions@mayland.edu

Cost

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.

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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.

An exciting career in healthcare

Mayland Community College's Health Sciences Division offers a variety of career options through our Nursing and Medical Assisting Programs.

We offer classes leading to degrees, diplomas, and certificates in the following disciplines

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 here.

 

Assoc.Degree Nursing

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A two-year program, Mayland's Associate Degree Nursing curriculum offers graduates the opportunity to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN), which is required to practice as a Registered Nurse. ADN graduates have opportunities to work in a variety of healthcare facilities and to also continue their education in a Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at a four-year college or university.

Learn more about Associate Degree Nursing options here.

Nursing Assistant

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Mayland offers training in basic nursing skills that will qualify students to provide care for patients, residents, or clients in a variety of healthcare settings, from doctor's offices and other medical facilities to hospitals and long-term care facilities..

Those who complete the Nursing Assistant program at MCC are prepared to qualify to be listed as Nursing Assistants with the North Carolina Nurse Aide Registry.

Learn more about Nursing Assistant options here.

Medical Assisting

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Mayland's Medical Assisting curriculum prepares graduates for medical careers through training in administrative, clinical, and laboratory procedures. They may sit for the American Association of Medical Assistants' Certification Examination to become a Certified Medical Assistant. It is a two-year degree program or a one-year diploma program.

Learn more about Medical Assisting options here.

Get more information...

Have a question? Need help with your application? Get in touch with us!

Contact Matt Crump, Health Programs Admissions Advisor

mcrump@mayland.edu

828-765-7351 ext 1254

TELEPHONE
828.765.7351
1.800.462.9526

E-MAIL

admissions@mayland.edu

 

 

 

 

 

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