Individuals can register:
New MCC students should contact 402-457-2400 for more information regarding registration or to make an appointment with an advisor at one of the three main campuses. For other locations, call them directly at:
Access the current class schedule to search for classes and check availability. Any person wishing to enroll for 25.0 or more credit hours needs approval from the Director of Campus and Student Services. Students are responsible for making any changes in their class schedule. These changes must follow College procedures and deadlines at all times.
Current or Returning Students
Online registration via My Way/My Services
- Visit www.mccneb.edu to access My Services.
- Enter username and password* to log in.
*A username and password are required to access online registration. All students can obtain username and password help at the Password Station online at www.mccneb.edu/password if needed.
My Services – Resources include:
- registration for credit and noncredit classes
- grades and class schedules
- requests for official transcripts
- option to drop classes
- address change form
- account summaries by quarter
- payment options
- degree audits
- financial aid information
- Have student ID number ready.
- Have course and section numbers or course synonym numbers available.
- Call 402-457-5231 or toll-free 800-228-9553.
Schedule changes are the responsibility of the student. The changes must follow College procedures and deadlines at all times. Academic advisors are available to assist students with schedule changes.
Change of Registration
The College provides specific timelines each quarter to change schedules. The following guidelines apply to course registration changes:
- On-campus courses may be added after the first class session with instructor approval. Forms are available in Student Services. This does not apply to online courses.
- Changes and refunds are effective on the date the request is received. The eligibility and amount for a refund is automatically calculated by the date of the withdrawal.
- Students may withdraw from a course any time prior to the last day to drop a class section.
- Withdrawing from a course within the designated drop period results in a W that is recorded on the student’s permanent record.
- Failure to withdraw from a class may result in the assignment of an F grade to the student’s permanent record.
- Schedule changes are the responsibility of the students.
- Students receiving financial aid are advised to speak with a financial aid representative when dropping classes after the start of the quarter.
The College may find it necessary to cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment or other extenuating circumstances. Whenever possible, the course is canceled prior to the first class meeting, and the students are notified. Students enrolled in a canceled course receive a full refund.
Books and Materials
Students are expected to obtain books, supplies, and consumable materials needed for classes. In addition, some programs require the purchase of special items (tools, a camera, etc.). A complete listing of special costs is available at Student Services.