A. All official transcripts will be requested by Mid-Continent University for each student. Students will need to fill out a transcript request form while meeting with the Admissions Representative.
A. Every student will be receiving a graduation plan from their Academic Advisor after all official transcripts are received. Normally, grad plans are distributed prior to term two.
A. Yes, your GPA will be determined at the point of completion hours. Although once outstanding grades are posted, honors could change.
A. No, your transcripts will list your majors and minors.
A. At graduation, only majors and honors are recognized.
A. All diplomas are mailed out ten to twelve weeks after the last grades are posted and credit hours are completed for the degree. Also, your account balance must be zero.
A. You can contact your Academic Advisor to see if your official transcripts have arrived.
A. To drop/add a class, you will need to contact your Academic Advisor.
A. Your Academic Advisor will meet with you prior to each term at re-registration. Additional visits are normally in term one and the last term prior to graduation.
A. Normally all transcripts should be in before starting classes. If official transcripts are not received after five weeks, students will be administratively withdrawn from classes.
A. Please contact your Academic Advisor to discuss your options. Students that are interested in enhancing their major may choose to add a minor.
A. All training must be submitted to their Academic Advisor for review. The evaluation process can take up to four to six weeks. Your Academic Advisor will contact you after the review is completed.
A. Print and fill out a Transcript Request Form. You may fax the request form, scan it and email it, you can postal mail it, or bring it by. Faxed & scanned copies of transcript request forms must be paid with a visa or MasterCard. Postal mailed, or in person may pay by check, cash or credit card.
A. We do not send official transcripts to students. Transcripts will be stamped “ISSUED TO STUDENT” if an official is requested to be sent to student.
A. At this time, FERPA will not allow us to fax or email transcripts to an insecure fax number or email address. Therefore we cannot fax/email transcripts directly to students.
A. All transcripts must be paid for at the time of service.
A. You will receive a yellow card in the mail telling you when and if your transcript has been processed.
A. To request a verification of enrollment (student schedule), please contact your Academic Advisor.
A. To get a loan deferment, contact email@example.com or call 270-247-8521, ext. 617.
A. To get a copy of your grades, you may contact Kathy Belt at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 270-247-8521, ext 242.
A. To find out what grade you received for a class, you may call 270-247-8521, ext 242, and ask for Kathy Belt.
A. Grades are mailed out after every semester/term. If a student needs to have grades sent more often, he/she needs to refer to the tuition reimbursement procedure.
A. You may contact your Advisor for contact information change or you may contact Beth Jordan at 270-247-9400, ext 362, or you may email a contact change request to email@example.com.
A. Your Academic Advisor will meet with each individual student to discuss all opportunities available to obtain credits needed for their degree.
A. Please contact your advisor to discuss CLEP and DANTES information and dates.
• Human Resources
• Christian Studies
• Social Science
• Business Management
A. For all technical problems, Advantage students need to contact Dawn Hopwood at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 1-877-MCU-GRAD (ext 635).
A. Please contact your Academic Advisor.
A. Sigma Beta Delta is an honor society that only the top 10% are invited into the organization. Yes, the honor society sash from this organization is allowed to be worn at graduation.
A. Presently MCU allows the graduate and a guest to attend the brunch at no charge. There is a charge for additional guests.
A. All students will receive information in their graduate packets about lodging accommodations available, graduate invitations and class rings.
A. Graduation dates will be determined by the completion of each student’s credit hours needed.
A. Commencement ceremony will be the concluding activity following brunch on graduation date.
A. The graduate fee for your diploma also includes your cap and gown charge.
A. Graduation fee $80, Late fee $25, Reapplication $25
A. Grades are typically sent out at the end of the term unless you have a reimbursement schedule set up.
A. At this time the Advantage program does not buy back books. A good place to sell books is online at www.half.com.
A. ISBNs for each term will be established approximately 2-3 weeks before the term starts. Please email Trisha Vowell at email@example.com or Tara Stanley at firstname.lastname@example.org for this information.