As a recipient of federal student aid, you have certain rights you should exercise, and certain responsibilities you must meet. Knowing what they are will put you in a better position to make decisions about your educational goals and how you can best achieve them. Print a copy of your rights and responsibilities ⇒
All McHenry County College (MCC) employees who are in anyway responsible for the administration of student educational loans will adhere to the McHenry County College Student Loan Code of Conduct. Print a copy of the student loan code of conduct ⇒
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The information provided about McHenry County College (MCC) in this year’s College Affordability and Transparency List on the National Average Cost of College takes into account a variety of factors, including tuition and fees, books and supplies, and living expenses. MCC is a non-residential community college; therefore, the average cost of college indicated varies from year to year based on a student’s individual living situation. While an increase is shown on newest list, the factors that the College has control over (tuition and fees, books and supplies) did not significantly increase in cost. MCC remains in the bottom quartile of community colleges in the state of Illinois for tuition and fees.
As required by the Higher Education and Opportunity Act (HEOA)