Applying to MACC is a simple step-by-step process, and it's FREE! General college admission, in most cases, is guaranteed after you complete the steps below. Once your application has been submitted, please allow 3-5 business days for processing (with the exception of federal holidays as well as college breaks). You will receive an Acceptance Letter by email after your application has been processed as well as an email with your myMACC login credentials. *Keep in mind certain programs (e.g. Health Science Programs, Veterinary Technology, etc.) have strict admission requirements and require an additional, department-specific admission application.

For additional admission information, please visit Admissions and Advising.

If you have additional questions or need assistance with the admissions application, please contact Nicole Baum, Director of Admissions, at or 660-263-4100.


Undergraduate Application

Complete this application if you are attending college for the first time after graduating high school (or high school equivalency) or are transferring to MACC from another college or university.
*If you are a previous MACC student and have not been enrolled since Summer 2023, please update your admission status by completing the Undergraduate Admissions Application.



Dual Credit-Dual Enrollment Application

Complete this application if you are currently a high school student enrolling in dual credit/dual enrollment classes to earn college credit while still enrolled in high school.



Workforce Development Application

Complete this application if you are applying to any of our short-term training programs such as: CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant, CMT - Certified Medical Technician, Emergency Telecommunicator, Insulin Administration, Truck Driving, Fire Academy, High Scope, CPT - Certified Production Technician, LEPP - Law Enforcement Phlebotomy Program



Moberly Area Community College is committed to assisting all members of the MACC community in providing for their own safety and security. The annual security and fire safety compliance document is available on the MACC website at