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Application for admission to Mississippi Delta Community College should be coordinated through the student’s high school counselor or designated dual enrollment liaison in cooperation with MDCC’s Dual Enrollment Coordinator. The counselor will submit an official high school transcript, counselor verification form, a completed MDCC application for admission, and ACT scores if the student has requested College Algebra or English Composition.
The following are criteria for admission into the dual enrollment program:
- Fourteen (14) core High School units
- Minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Recommendation by the high school principal and/or guidance counselor
- ACT sub-score of 17 in English to qualify for English Comp I (ENG 1113)
- ACT sub-score of 19 in Mathematics to qualify for College Algebra (MAT 1313)
- If a student has not completed 14 core high school units, admission will be granted with a 3.0 GPA on all high school courses AND a minimum ACT score of 30 or the equivalent SAT score.
Academic advising and counseling is provided in coordination with the high school counselor and the dual enrollment coordinator.
Students wishing to withdraw from a class should contact their school counselor about using the correct process. Those not completing proper withdrawal procedures will receive an F in the course.
Students may acquire their textbooks through the MDCC campus bookstore.
MDCC Campus Bookstore
Tanner Building, Room 103
Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Contact: Jeri Kay Jones, Manager
The Business Office is the financial hub of Mississippi Delta Community College. This office is responsible for billings and processing of tuition and fee payments, third party billings, and the disbursement of excess financial aid and other funds.
The Business Office is located in the Boggs-Scroggins Student Center on the Moorhead campus. Office hours are Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Tuition charges and other costs for college courses are the responsibility of the parents or legal guardians of participating students unless these costs are covered by grants, scholarships, or the school district. Regardless of the source of payment, all levied charges and fees must be paid directly to the college. Student grades will not be released to the school district until all student debts are paid in full. Tuition charges for students participating in this program will be reviewed annually and, if changes are made, notice will be given to the school district before classes begin. Students are responsible for acquisition of textbooks through the campus bookstore or through other means.
For a complete fee schedule/payment listing, click here.
Students participating in MDCC dual enrollment through their high school with their high school instructor, will be limited to taking MDCC core courses unless approved by the Vice President of Instruction.
A student may be enrolled in other courses through MDCC’s eLearning provided the student meets the necessary requirements and with the permission of the MDCC Dual Enrollment Coordinator and the Vice President of Instruction.
*All courses and programs offered by the college will meet the standards established as part of the institution’s SACSCOC accreditations as well as any other specialized accreditations that may apply.
If a student has a disability that qualifies under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and requires accommodations, he/she should contact the Office of Student Disabilities Services for information on appropriate policies and procedures.
MDCC is committed to creating and maintaining a community where students, faculty, administration, and staff can work together in an atmosphere of mutual respect, functioning in one accord, with institutional policies and procedures. A student may use the procedures as outlined in the Catalog/Student Handbook for instructional and non-instructional complaints.
To submit a complaint, click here to complete the online Student Complaint Form.
Dual Enrollment students have access to NetTutor, which is an online service offered to students free of charge through their Canvas account. Just click on the course with which help is needed, click on NetTutor, and get the help you need from a credentialed professional. Click here for tutorials and more information about NetTutor.