Fall 2021

 

April 5 - Registration Opens
Register online through WebAdvisor beginning at 7 a.m. All students must agree to the Terms and Conditions each semester before completing the registration process. 

Aug. 13 - Payment Deadline
If you register between April 5 and Aug. 13 at 5 p.m., you must pay by 5 p.m. Aug. 13 or you will be dropped from classes. You will NOT receive a bill by mail. Go to WebAdvisor to see your Account Summary (tuition bill) and to make a payment. Or visit the Business Office in the Administration building. If you have accepted financial aid in WebAdvisor and have completed a Master Promissory Note and Loan Entrance Counseling at studentloans.gov for loans, your financial aid will automatically be applied to your tuition bill by the payment deadline. If you are a first-time loan borrower and you have completed the above steps, you will not be dropped from classes.

Aug. 13-21 - Registration Continues
Register online through WebAdvisor. Pay at the time you register or no later than 6 p.m. Aug. 23. Registration ends at 6 p.m. Aug. 21. You will NOT receive a bill by mail. Go to WebAdvisor to see your Account Summary (tuition bill) and to make a payment or pay in the Business Office in the Administration building. You will NOT receive a bill by mail. Go to WebAdvisor to see your Account Summary (tuition bill) and to make a payment. Or pay in the Business Office in the Administration building. If you have a scholarship or have both applied for and are expecting financial aid (Pell grant or loans) and you decide not to attend classes, you must drop your classes through WebAdvisor prior to the first class day of the semester. If you do not drop your classes prior to the first day of a semester or term, your tuition and fees will be charged to your scholarship or financial aid or you will be responsible for paying tuition and fees.

Aug. 16 - First Day to Purchase Books Using Financial Aid
If your financial aid has been posted in WebAdvisor and you have accepted your awards, you can visit McLennan Bookstore and charge your books and supplies against your financial aid. Please note: It can take up to 48 hours from the time you accept your awards for your financial aid to show up in the bookstore's system.
If you are a first-time loan borrower and you have pending loans, you may apply for a short-term book loan at Highlander Central to help pay for books and supplies.

Aug. 21-24 - Changes through WebAdvisor
You may change classes through WebAdvisor from 6:01 p.m. Aug. 21 to 6 p.m. Aug. 24. Payment is due at the time you make a class changes. You will NOT receive a bill by mail.

Aug. 23 - First Class Day for First 8-Week & 16-Week Classes
Check the campus map to learn where your classes are.

Aug. 27 - Last Day to Purchase Books Using Financial Aid

Aug. 28 - First Saturday Class Day
Check the campus map to learn where your classes are.

Aug. 30 - Fall First 8-Week Classes Census Date
If you drop from a class after this date and before the last day for student withdrawals, the class will appear on your transcript with a grade of "W" but will not affect your grade point average. However, courses dropped after this date will count against your six-course drop limit and will factor into your completion percentage when calculating your Satisfactory Academic Progress for financial aid purposes.

Sept. 2 - Refunds/Financial Aid Balance Disbursement
If your financial aid has been posted in WebAdvisor and you have accepted your awards, you will receive your balance today by 6 p.m. Awards and refunds are disbursed to your selected refund preference. Upon receiving your Highlander One Student ID card through the mail you must activate it and select your refund preference at HighlanderOne.com. If you are a first-time loan borrower, you will receive financial aid except for your direct loans on this date. Your direct loans will be disbursed on Sept. 23. If you are receiving loans and are taking only Fall courses, you will receive part of your loan disbursement on this date. Your second loan disbursement will be Oct. 28. For more information about refunds, please see the Financial Aid Refunds page.

Sept. 6 - Labor Day Holiday
The campus is closed and no classes are held. Classes resume on September 7.

Sept. 8 - Fall 16-Week Classes Census Date
If you drop from a class after this date and before the last day for student withdrawals, the class will appear on your transcript with a grade of "W" but will not affect your grade point average. However, courses dropped after this date will count against your six-course drop limit and will factor into your completion percentage when calculating your Satisfactory Academic Progress for financial aid purposes.

Sept. 23 - Financial Aid Balance Disbursement for First-Time Loan Borrowers
If you are a freshman-level student who has not previously received Direct Loans, your Direct Loan funds will be disbursed on this date - as long as you have accepted your loans in WebAdvisor and completed your Master Promissory Note and completed Loan Entrance Counseling at studentloans.gov. For more information about refunds, please see the Financial Aid Refunds page.

Sept. 24- Last Day for Student-Initiated Withdrawals from First 8-Week Classes
After this date, students cannot withdraw themselves from classes. Learn more about how to drop a class.

Oct. 1 - McLennan Community College Foundation Scholarship Application Available
The McLennan Community College Foundation will accept applications for the 2022-23 school year through January 15, 2021. 

Oct. 6 - Last Class Day for Fall First 8-Week Monday & Wednesday Classes

Oct. 7 - Last Class Day for Fall First 8-Week Tuesday & Thursday Classes

Oct. 11 - Final Exams for Fall First 8-Week Monday & Wednesday Classes

Oct. 12 - Final Exams for Fall First 8-Week Tuesday & Thursday Classes

Oct. 13 - Fall Second 8-Week Classes Payment Deadline
If you register between April 5 and Oct. 13 at 5 p.m., you must pay by 5 p.m. Oct. 13 or you will be dropped from classes. You will NOT receive a bill by mail. Go to WebAdvisor to see your Account Summary (tuition bill) and to make a payment. Or visit the Business Office in the Administration building. If you have accepted financial aid in WebAdvisor and have completed a Master Promissory Note and Loan Entrance Counseling at studentloans.gov for loans, your financial aid will automatically be applied to your tuition bill by the payment deadline. If you are a first-time loan borrower and you have completed the above steps, you will not be dropped from classes.

Oct. 13-16 - Fall Second 8-Week Classes Registration Continues
Register online through WebAdvisor. Pay at the time you register or no later than 6 p.m. Oct. 18. Registration ends Oct. 16. If you have a scholarship or have both applied for and are expecting financial aid (Pell grant or loans) and you decide not to attend classes, you must drop your classes through WebAdvisor prior to the first class day of the semester. If you do not drop your classes prior to the first day of a semester or term, your tuition and fees will be charged to your scholarship or financial aid or you will be responsible for paying tuition and fees.

Oct. 16 - 18 - Fall Second 8-Week Classes Changes through WebAdvisor
You may change classes through WebAdvisor from 6:01 p.m. Oct. 16 to 6 p.m. Oct. 18. Payment is due at the time you make a class change or no later than 6 p.m. Oct. 18. You will NOT receive a bill by mail.

Oct. 18 - Fall Second 8-Week First Class Day

Oct. 18 - Fall Second 8-Week Classes Payment Deadline
If you register or make class changes between 5:01 p.m. Oct. 16 and Oct. 18, you must pay by 6 p.m. Oct. 18 or you will be dropped from classes.

Oct. 28 - Second Financial Aid Disbursement for Fall-Only Loans
If you received loans and are taking only Fall courses, you will receive your second loan disbursement on this date.

Oct. 22 - Last Day for Student-Initiated Withdrawals from 16-Week Classes
After this date, students cannot withdraw themselves from classes. Learn more about how to drop a class.

Oct. 25 - Fall Second 8-Week Classes Census Date
If you drop from a class after this date and before the last day for student withdrawals, the class will appear on your transcript with a grade of "W" but will not affect your grade point average. However, courses dropped after this date will count against your six-course drop limit and will factor into your completion percentage when calculating your Satisfactory Academic Progress for financial aid purposes.

Nov. 17 - Last Day for Student-Initiated Withdrawals from Second 8-Week Classes
After this date, students cannot withdraw themselves from classes. Learn more about how to drop a class.

Nov. 24 -27 - Thanksgiving Day Holiday
The campus is closed and no classes will be held. The college will reopen on Nov. 29.

Dec. 2 - Last Class Day for Second 8-Week Tuesday & Thursday Classes

Dec. 3 - Last Class Day for 16-Week Classes

Dec. 4 - Final Exams for Saturday Classes
Check the exam schedule.

Dec. 6 - Last Class Day for Fall Second 8-Week Monday & Wednesday Classes

Dec. 6-9 - Final Exams for 16-Week Classes
Check the exam schedule.

Dec. 7  - Final Exams for Fall Second 8-Week Tuesday & Thursday Classes

Dec. 8 - Final Exams for Fall Second 8-Week Monday & Wednesday Classes