General Requirements for Admission
Are you interested in one of Mexican American Catholic College’s academic programs? If so, your admission process is contingent on your academic history and goals. At minimum you must submit an Application for Admission which allows you to initiate the process of creating your MACC education record. The completed application with supporting documents constitutes the basis upon which your admission is determined.
Applying for Admission
You may apply for admission based on the type of admission in which you are interested. Your options are included below at Types of Admission. If you fall under more than one category, you should follow all of the applicable guidelines.
Submitting your Application Packet
Your admission application and supporting admission requirements must be complete, accurate, and truthful. Incorrect or inaccurate information and/or omitted facts, which if known, would have made you ineligible for enrollment, will invalidate the application, making you subject to disenrollment. Everything should be submitted to the address below.
Mexican American Catholic College
P. O. Box 28185
3115 West Ashby Place
San Antonio TX 78228-5104
210-732-2156 ext. 7102 (phone)
You are encouraged to apply for admission at least two months (60 days) before the first class day of the academic semester to ensure adequate processing time. If you are an international student applicant, then you are encouraged to submit your admission requirements an additional month (a total of 90 days) before the first class day of the academic semester because of the additional requirements as noted at the International Students page.
Types of Admission
Visiting Student Admission. If you are seeking admission to complete undergraduate or graduate courses on a non-degree seeking basis at MACC and/or to transfer the credit(s) to your home institution, click here for more admission information.
New Student Admission. If you 1.) have never submitted an application for admission or enrolled and attended classes at MACC and 2.) are interested in a degree based program or course, click here for more admission information.
Returning Student Admission. If you were previously enrolled in a MACC degree based program but have been absent for one semester or more from your studies and have not been granted a leave of absence, you are considered to have terminated your relationship with us and must reapply for admission. Click here for more admission information.
International Student Admission. If you need a student visa, your admission is governed by the United States Department of Homeland Security’s Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). As such, you are considered an International Applicant and should click here for more admission information.