b'5.Attend an appropriate orientation session as scheduled (not mandatory). 6.Applicants are not officially accepted until all admission requirements are met by providing proper documentation. Documentation must be provided before enrollment or the Friday of the 4th week of class. Students failing to do so may be placed on hold and denied continued enrollment. 7.All out-of-state/out-of-country/non-resident students should refer to the "Special Admissions" section for definitions and conditions that determine whether a student is a resident or non-resident student.Transfer credit earned from institutions that hold accreditation from one of the regional accrediting commissions in the United States will be considered for acceptance. Once admitted, transfer students will be under the same college probation, suspension, and re-admission policy as native students. Applicability of transfer work depends on the coincidence of transfer credit meeting requirements of MGCCC\'s degree programs or a particular program of study. Transfer work will be evaluated based on this factor. Evaluation of transfer work will be completed by Student Services personnel during the first semester of enrollment. Transient Students Transient Students are students actively pursuing a degree at another post-secondary institution who plan to take a course or courses at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College during the summer semester. This differs from a Transfer Student or a Re-entering Transfer Student who may be fully admitted to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College with the intention of transferring previously earned college credit and earning a degree with the College. To enroll as a Transient Student: 1.Submit the application for admission. 2.Submit a current letter of good standing and/or official transcript from current post-secondary institution directly to the Director of Admissions. Student copies and/or facsimile (FAX) copies are not acceptable as official copies.Students entering as Transient Students for multiple summer semesters must submit documentation for each semester of enrollment. 3.Students who wish to enroll in courses that require a pre-requisite or ACT sub score must show adequate proof of successful completion in the pre-requisite and/or official ACT score report.No more than 15 hours may be earned as a Transient Student. To enroll after 15 credit hours are earned, students must submit a new application for admission, be admitted as a Transfer Student and meet applicable admission requirements. Students entering as Transient are not eligible for financial aid and must complete all necessary admissions criteria for pre-registration eligibility. Non-Degree Students Non-degree seeking students are students who plan to attend Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College on a limited basis and are not pursuing an associate type degree or diploma. Students are limited to 15 semester hours earned at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College as non-degree seeking. To enroll after 15 credit hours are earned, students must meet all regular admission requirements. Students entering as non-degree seeking are not eligible for financial aid. Students wishing to use veteran\'s benefits must contact the campus Military Services office for any additional requirements. 1.Submit the application for admission. 2.Have an official transcript from a college, university, or high school attended, mailed directly to the Director of Admissions. Career Programs 1.Submit the application for admission. 2.Have official transcripts of all high school work or HSE mailed to the Director of Admissions. 3.Applicants who received a Certificate of Attendance or Certificate of Completion through a high school Individualized Education Program must pass the "Ability to Benefit" test (ACCUPLACER AtB) or have a passing High School Equivalency test score to enroll in a career program. 4.Applicants to career health science programs must be high school graduates or have earned a High School Equivalency credential. High school transcripts or HSE transcripts must be provided. Other entrance tests are required, and students are 28'