Macomb Community College is a comprehensive, multi-campus, two year public institution created by the citizens of Macomb County to provide for the diversified educational, cultural and social needs of current and future students.
An International Student coming to this country to obtain a Bachelor's Degree could attend Macomb Community College and then transfer to a four-year institution in order to attain this goal. All persons in the United States on a student visa will be issued an I-20 form by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and are required to be enrolled full-time in a program offered by Macomb Community College for the duration of the I-20. At Macomb Community College, a full-time undergraduate program consists of a minimum of twelve credit hours per semester. International Students at MCC are required to successfully complete a minimum of twelve credit hours per semester.
If you decide to apply to Macomb Community College, complete and mail in the required documentation. If the applicant is residing out-of-state or country when applying for admission, all documents must be forwarded directly to Macomb Community College. Postmark on the envelope must show state or country where applicant is residing. You may mail the required documentation to one of the following campuses:
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