b"9.Prior to registration, applicants may be required to schedule a personal interview with the Admissions Director and selected instructors to determine the student's ability to perform in the chosen field of study. 10.Participate in an orientation session prior to registration.Following completion of admission requirements, the Admissions Office will mail the applicant the form I-20. *The evaluation service is at the expense of the student. Transfer credit from a foreign institution will be considered for acceptance if a course-by-course evaluation is obtained from an agency that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). NACES identifies foreign colleges/universities meeting the highest standards for accreditation in their countries. Agency information may be obtained at www.naces.org. SEVIS Fee Notice Effective September 1, 2004, all international students applying for F-1 status are required to pay the SEVIS I-901 fee at www.fmjfee.com. New students and exchange visitors with a Form I-20 or Form DS-2019 issued on or after September 1, 2004 are subject to the fee. Continuing students and exchange visitors are not required to pay the fee except under certain circumstances. For complete information on payment of the fee go to www.fmjfee.com, www.ice.gov or call 1-212-620-3418. Senior Citizens Persons above the age of 65 may be admitted on the first day of classes on a space-available basis to any course offered by the College without tuition; however, all fees must be paid by the student (registration, book service, and technology fees). This does not include private or semi-private lessons. Those 62-64 are admitted under the same conditions if retired. Regular admissions requirements must be met prior to registration. Denial of Admission Admission to the College may be denied should the campus admissions committee become aware of information that would lead the committee to believe an applicant's admission would not be in the best interest of the student or the college community. Denial of admission to the College may result from any of the following: a.Conviction of a felony. b.Involvement in use, sale, or distribution of illegal drugs and/or narcotics. c.Military discharge under conditions other than honorable. d.Involvement in campus disorders at other institutions. e.Disciplinary dismissal from other institutions. f.Falsifying any information on records required for admission. g.A minor living outside the home of his/her legal parent or guardian without the parent or guardian providing the college with advance written permission. h.Any information relative to the applicant's character, conduct, and/or institutional relationships that would be inconsistent with the philosophy, objectives, and attitudes of the constituency of the college community. i.Any student applying for admission for a subsequent enrollment period will be denied admission for failure to remove financial indebtedness or other unfulfilled obligations to the college resulting from a previous enrollment. j.Any other reason or information considered to be of such nature that it would be detrimental to the academic society. Students With Disabilities Guidelines For Students With Disabilities Welcome to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.It is our goal to provide to students with disabilities the opportunity to complete a chosen curriculum by providing accessibility to program offerings.This information is a guide to your rights, responsibilities and procedures for obtaining and using the support services for students with disabilities.If you feel unsure about what you should do, contact the CTE Student Support Services office or the Dean of Student Services and Enrollment Management at the campus or center nearest you. 32"