Record of income you earned in the year PRIOR to when you will start school
Your social security number (SSN)
Your driver’s license (if any)
Your W-2 forms and other records of earnings
Your (and your spouse’s, if you are married) Federal Income Tax Return – IRS Form 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ, 1040Telefile, foreign tax return, or tax return for Puerto Rico, American Samoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia
Your untaxed income records
Current bank statements and records of stocks, bonds and other investments
Your alien registration card (if you are not a U.S. citizen)
DEPENDENT STUDENTS ALSO WILL NEED their parents’ Federal Income Tax Return and social security number(s).
WRONG! Your financial aid status is dependent on class attendance, successful completion of 67% of courses each semester, and maintaining a 2.00 cumulative grade point average. This simple worksheet will help keep you on track!
YES it is possible you will owe money! Please be advised that withdrawal from classes may affect your financial aid eligibility. If you switch a class to audit, drop all of your classes, unofficially withdraw, or fail all of your classes, you will most likely owe back financial aid money and receive a bill.
Maybe – if your financial aid package includes a credit, that amount can be used at the MxCC Bookstore! Check for this message on your my.Commnet.edu account: “You have been awarded financial aid in excess of tuition and fee charges by the Office of Financial Aid Services.” The amount “in excess” can be used in the bookstore – but only during certain dates at the start of each semester (check www.mxcc.edu for dates and information). Bring your schedule and a photo ID with you to the bookstore to access your funds.
AST*111, Introduction to Astronomy (4 credits)An introduction to the study of the solar system, the stars, galaxies, nebulae, and newly discovered celestial bodies. Laboratory activities and field trips included. Prerequisites: MAT*137 and eligible for ENG*101. (New course, Fall 2020)
CJS*141, Fingerprinting (1 credit) This hands-on workshop will expose students to the fundamental skills necessary for documenting, identifying, and developing latent fingerprints. Students will utilize both chemical and physical visualization techniques to include: fingerprint powders, magnetic powders, SPR, Cyanoacrylate fuming, iodine, crystal, and crystal violet. Prerequisites: None