The Office of ACCESS provides, arranges and coordinates accommodations for students with documented disabilities.
Resume development and guiding students through the employment process is provided through the MEED Program.
Need help planning your courses or your career path? We are here to help.
Advisement and Career Services can help match your abilities to a course of study, guide you through course selection, and plan for a career.
The Testing Department provides a number of services for MDC students, faculty, counselors, state and national testing agencies, along with other Institutions as well as servicing the community. Many of these tests are available on a walk-in basis, no appointment needed.
Our International Student Services office will help you through the international admission process to the College, obtaining immigration documents, and adapting to a new academic environment and culture.
We also provide immigration sessions and workshops to new and returning international students.
Dedicated to helping students who are new to the College, the New Student Center will provide you with the necessary information, personalized attention, and assistance to make your enrollment a smooth transition.
Education is an investment in your future, and we know that the investment can get expensive. But here's the good news: Every year, the U.S. Department of Education's Federal Student Aid office provides more than $83 billion in assistance to millions of students and their families. This aid can be used to pay for tuition and fees, books, supplies and more.