Student Orientation takes place a week before the program start date. At orientation, students can meet other new students, get their picture taken for their student ID, and learn information about the following topics:
F-1 Status and Immigration Regulations
Housing & Medical Insurance
At the end of orientation, students have time to ask questions and gather resources on the topics covered during the presentation. Orientation slides are available here.
New students are required to attend orientation. If the student is unable to attend orientation, it is recommended that the student schedule an appointment with the International Student Advisor/DSO to review the information missed.
Technology Training: Your MCC Student Email
Check the video below to learn how to set up your MCC student email.
MCC is not affiliated with the 3rd party housing and relocation services listed above.
International Students at Midwestern Career College are encouraged to get health insurance. Medical expenses in the United States can be extremely high so it’s important to understand health insurance and where to go for health care. It is the responsibility of the student to contact the company, request information, and determine the coverage that best meets your individual needs.
MCC is not affiliated with the 3rd party insurance providers listed above.
Medical centers in the US:
There are different kinds of medical centers for different problems in the United States. Walk-in clinics are used for minor illnesses or vaccinations. Urgent care is used for non-life-threatening emergencies. Hospital or emergency rooms are used for life-threatening medical conditions that require immediate attention. A pharmacy is where students can purchase medication or pick-up prescribed medicine from a doctor.
Minor illnesses (Throat, Eye, Ear pain and more)
Vaccinations (Influenza, Hepatitis A & B and more)
Non-life threatening emergencies (Minor fractures in fingers or toes, skin rashes and infections, vomiting, diarrhea, or dehydration, cuts that don’t involve much blood but might need stitches)
HOSPITAL OR EMERGENCY ROOM
All life threatening medical conditions (Broken bone, serious head, neck, or back injury, etc.)
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