Financial Services for Enrollment

Our goal is to provide a positive experience as you enroll and participate in courses through the Workforce Development Center. This page contains WDC statements and policies regarding your financial obligations for registered courses, refunds and information privacy.

Financial Obligation Statement

I understand by registering for courses at MCC, I am financially obligated for ALL costs related to the registered course(s) by the established tuition deadline, or I may be subject to withdrawal from course(s). 

Upon a drop or withdrawal, I understand I will be responsible for all charges as noted in the student catalog and handbook. I further understand that if I do not make payment in full, my account may be reported to the credit bureau and/or turned over to an outside collection agency. I also understand that I will be responsible for the cost of the outside collection agency, any legal fees and any bounced check fees under RSA 6:11, which will add significant costs to my account balance.

Registrations will NOT be processed if you have an outstanding obligation to MCC. 

Upon registration, you are enrolled unless otherwise notified. Classes are subject to change. Students need to visit the MCC website and proceed to the Student Information System (SIS) for their classroom location(s), schedule, grades, financial aid information, student email account, etc.

Refund Policy

Students registered for non-credit courses, workshops, or seminars must notify the Workforce Development Center in writing at least three business days prior to the first session and submit a Drop Form to receive a full refund minus any fees, if applicable. If students registered online or with a credit/debit card, there is a 7.0% transaction fee and $1.99 administration that will be deducted from your refund. You can avoid these fees by paying with cash or check in person at the college.

Students who cancel within 3 business days prior to the first session of class will not receive a refund.

Information Privacy

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is designed to help job seekers access employment, education, training, and support services to succeed in the labor market and to match employers with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy requires that we obtain information from students. The use of your social security number is requested in order to access wage and employment information through the state Unemployment Insurance wage information database to conform to WIOA regulations. You cannot be denied enrollment for failure to provide your social security number although we strongly encourage you to do so in order to enable the program to determine employment related outcomes.

Your personal information will be kept confidential and secure and will not be shared with any outside agencies other than New Hampshire Employment Security.