Student Services

Mitchell Community College provides a wide range of academic support resources to help students accomplish their academic goals. Your success is at the core of everything we do at Mitchell Community College.

The Student Support Services department provides resources and information that assists with non-academic challenges.  We are here to help with any difficulty that affects your well-being and college enrollment. We encourage students, faculty and staff to call, e-mail or visit us.

Helpful Resources

Get Answers

Email Student Services at or call (704) 978-5426.

Kintegra mental health


Mitchell Community College has partnered with Kintegra Health to provide therapy services to students while enrolled and registered for classes at Mitchell.

Student Assistance Program (SAP) & Work-Life Services

SAP is a college-sponsored benefit that offers the support and resources you need to address personal or school-related challenges and concerns. It’s confidential and free to you and your household family members. Help is available 24/7/365 at (800) 633-3353.

Finish Line Grants

Finish Line Grants

The Finish Line Grant is a grant for students who face an unexpected financial emergency, are 50% completed with their program, and have a 2.0 GPA or higher.

Affordable Connectivity Program

Affordable Connectivity Program

The Affordable Connectivity Program is an FCC benefit program that helps ensure that households can afford the broadband they need for work, school, healthcare and more. The benefit provides a discount of up to $30 per month toward internet service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands.

Emergency Funding

Request for Emergency Funding (form)

We want every student to succeed here at Mitchell. Unexpected emergencies arise and we want to help. If you face a financial emergency, please start by filling out the request for emergency funding form (link in title or click on image).

Share the Ride

Share the Ride

Share the Ride helps connect students who need help with transportation. This website gives students the option to carpool with someone who is in the same area as them. It also gives the option to find a passenger. To learn more and create an account, visit the link.

Summer Bridge

Summer Bridge

Summer Bridge helps first year students gain college experience and develop a network of support prior to the beginning of their first year.

Find Help

Find Help

This website provides thousands of resources in the local area to its users. Students can find resources for food, housing, transit, healthcare, childcare, and legal help. To learn more, visit

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Our services include:

  • Funding to assist students with unexpected emergencies

  • Transportation Assistance

  • Food Bank Access

  • Finish Line Grants for graduating students

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Student Assistance Programs (i.e. mental health counseling and legal support)

  • Social Service and Community Resource Referrals