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FastTracks

Why | Benefits | Degrees | Admission | Scholarship | Apply | Contact

 

Why enroll in Fastracks at Northwest – Kansas City?

FastTracks is an affordable, accessible and focused way to earn your associate and bachelor’s degrees simultaneously through Metropolitan Community College and Northwest Missouri State University.

Students will focus on completing an associate degree from MCC while taking up to six Northwest classes to prepare in the next phase of the program. After completion of the associate degree, students transition to Northwest – Kansas City or the Maryville campus to complete their bachelor’s degree. A designated advisor is assigned at each campus to guide students to complete their program in a timely manner.

For more information, visit fasttrackskc.com.


Benefits

Affordable

Accessible

Focused


Degree Programs


Admission Requirements

To be admitted into FastTracks, students must:


PAWS Scholarship

The PAWS Scholarship allows students to save up to $4,500 in Northwest classes. When combined with Northwest’s textbook and laptop policy, students could save nearly $7,800!

The scholarship can be used for up to 5 semesters or 18 credit hours, whichever comes first. It will automatically be reflected on the student’s Northwest bill.

Students can receive all financial aid, A+, MCC scholarships or outside scholarships while enrolled at MCC in FastTracks.


Apply Today

Applying to FastTracks is simple and free. Just follow the steps below:

Step 1: Apply to MCC

Step 2: Apply to FastTracks

Step 3: Set up an appointment with your FastTracks advisor

Note: If the student has prior credit from third party sources such as: dual credit, AP, IB, military, or credit by exam, they must provide an official transcript to both institutions and will be evaluated based on the equivalencies to award credit.

Upon transfer to Northwest, students will be required to meet all Northwest transfer requirements.


Contact Information

Northwest Missouri State University
Michael McVinua
Coordinator of Marketing and Recruitment
Email: mmcvinua@nwmissouri.edu
Phone: 816.844.7837
Address: 6889 N Oak Trafficway, Suite 400
Gladstone, MO 64118

Metropolitan Community College
Brett Lind
Student Success Manager
Email: brett.lind@mcckc.edu
Phone: 816.604.3265
Address: 3200 Broadway
Kansas City, MO 64111