• Your first and most important step is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form at Our federal school code is 004452.


  • You need to submit official transcripts from any high schools and/or colleges/universities you have attended. If you received a General Equivalency Diploma (GED), please submit your official GED scores or a copy of your GED diploma. Transcripts are considered official if received in one of three ways:
    • Transmitted electronically from your institution directly to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    • Mailed directly from the institution to: Enrollment Services, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA 19422
    • Hand-delivered in a signed, sealed envelope to Enrollment Services.
  •  You may request your transcripts electronically through National Student Clearinghouse. If you have earned credit outside the US, have your transcripts evaluated course by course by a NACES-approved credential evaluator.


  • To determine your readiness for college, you must take our placement tests measuring reading, writing and math skills. You may be exempt from one or more tests if:
    •  You have an associate’s degree or higher.
    • You have above certain scores on the ACT, CLEP, PSAT, SAT or AP tests within the last 5 years.
    •  You have college transcripts showing equivalent competency.
    • You have a cumulative high school GPA 3.5 or higher at the time of application.
    • You have an A or B in Algebra II within the past 5 years.


  • Log in to your MY MC3 portal and click on “online orientation resource” for the College’s online orientation tool. The online orientation is a resource for new students that provides an introduction to life in the classroom and on campus.


  • To schedule your advisor appointment for class registration, call: Central/Virtual Campus: 215.641.6566 / West Campus: 610.718.1906


  • Many options are available to make paying your tuition a bit easier. Visit to see all available payment options.
  • The College offers payment plans so you can spread out your tuition payments over the course of the semester. To sign up for the payment plan and submit a payment, log in to MY MC3 and click on the Self-Service button from your portal.
  • Tuition and fees can also be paid in person at Enrollment Services by credit card, money order, cash or check.


  • Visit and log into MY MC3 (Directions for logging in the first time are shown on the login page.)
  • Access your student email for important College messages.
  • Check Self-Service for your class schedule.


  • Get off to a good start—Learn more about the College: tour the campus, take advantage of student resources, meet other students and discover Mustangs athletics, student clubs and organizations.
  • Visit for more information.

Admissions Checklist - Transfer Students

Getting Started

To transfer to the College, follow these steps.

Step 1 Complete an Application

Save yourself money by completing our free online application, or complete a mail-in application.

Step 2 Send Your Transcript

Contact the Registrar's office at your current or past institution and have official transcripts sent to the College's Office of Enrollment Services for review. You may request your transcripts electronically through National Student Clearinghouse. If you have earned credit outside the US, have your transcripts evaluated course by course by a NACES-approved credential evaluator.

Central Campus
Office of Enrollment Services
340 DeKalb Pike
Blue Bell, PA 19422
West Campus
Office of Enrollment Services
South Hall, Room 151
101 College Drive
Pottstown, PA 19464

Step 3 Assess Your Skills

If you have completed college credits in English Language and Mathematics, you may have met the College's college readiness requirements. If not, there are many ways you can determine your college readiness and identify courses that are right for you. You may submit score reports (PSAT, SAT, PSSA, AP, etc.), or you can take the College's placement tests. The College offers you many ways to prepare for the placement tests and highly encourages you to do so. To find out more about course placement, please see Testing and Placement.

Step 4 Apply for Financial Aid

If you are transferring directly from another institution, you may have to take additional steps to allow the College to process your financial aid. To see the list of procedures for transfer students who have received aid at another college, view our Transfer web page.

Step 5 Meet with Your Advisor

All transfer students must meet with their assigned academic advisor from our Student Success Center to build their education plan and confirm their program of study and contact information. To schedule an appointment, call the Student Success Center at your chosen campus.

215-641-6577 Central Campus in Blue Bell
610-718-1906 West Campus in Pottstown

Step 6 Pay Your Tuition

Tuition and fees can be paid through WebAdvisor, by credit card over the phone, or in person at the Bursar's office (hours are 8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday, and 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Friday) using Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, money order, cash, or check. To speak with a cashier, call the Business Office at your chosen campus.

215-641-6540 Central Campus in Blue Bell
610-718-1944 West Campus in Pottstown

The College also offers a deferred payment plan which allows you pay a portion of your balance each month. You may enroll in-person at either campus, by mail, or fax by submitting the completed form, $35 non-refundable set-up fee and the initial payment. Visit the Deferred Payment Plan page for more details.

Step 7 Plan for Your Future Courses

You must submit your future semester course selection through your educational planner to your advisor for approval. Contact your assigned academic advisor for more help, if necessary.