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Your education is important and with that comes great responsibility both from the individual student and the college. It is your responsibility to obtain information by accessing the website, the MyYCCC portal, and through your YCCC email account.
Below you will find a few important resources for your time here:
College Catalog: All YCCC academic policies, degree requirements, and course descriptions. Be sure to reference the catalog year in which you enrolled in your current program.
Student Handbook: A companion to the College Catalog; Includes information about college services, policies, procedures, as well as all Maine Community College System (MCCS) policies. MCCS policies appear in italics. Note that policies and rules can change during the academic year. If they do, you will be advised of these changes through YCCC email, postings on campus, and here on this page.
In an effort to have all campus events, open meetings, and happenings listed in one place for students, staff, faculty, and community members, please submit yours to be posted on the MyYCCC home page calendar.
Students who drive often use their cars as their campus “headquarters,” storing books and supplies in between classes in their vehicle to avoid carrying everything around with them. Students who are dropped off or come via the WAVE bus have no option but to cart their “stuff” from place to place around the building.
In an attempt to solve this problem, there are two banks of lockers which are located on the 1st floor of the A wing in the vicinity of the vending machines. These lockers are available for daily use only to students who provide their own lock. There will be no registration process to use these lockers. Instead, bring your own lock, place it on an empty locker and use it to store your jackets, books, and other school related items in between classes for that day. Each locker must be emptied by the end of the day or the lock will be cut and contents removed. The College will not be responsible for your items while they are in the locker. In using the locker, you accept full responsibility for the contents. First priority should go to students who have no other place to store their items during the day, however, any student can use a locker. We will watch to see if this idea catches on. If it is determined that more students would use the lockers than we have space for, we will consider installing additional lockers.