MACC at the Woods
The MACC at the Woods Program is a partnership between Moberly Area Community College and William Woods University.
Students are enrolled at both MACC and WWU each semester, allowing them to enjoy the 4-year university experience while taking advantage of the affordability and diverse levels of academic preparation found at a 2-year institution. MACC at the Woods is a collaborative program with academic advisors, faculty and staff at MACC and WWU who will work together to foster student success.
New and current MACC students who identify that they will be attending WWU upon completion of their associates degree with MACC.
To be eligible students must be fully accepted to both MACC and WWU. To be admissible at WWU, the admission criteria of at least a 2.5 high school GPA or a transfer GPA of a 2.0 with 12 or more transfer credits must be met.
Students must maintain good academic and conduct standing at both institutions to remain in the program. On campus housing students will also need to meet guidelines set forth by the housing agreement and Student Handbook.
Students must submit official MACC transcripts each semester to verify they remain in good academic standing and to assist with advising. WWU will submit transcripts to MACC as well. Students can apply to the MACC at the Woods program here:
Students will be eligible to enroll in 3 – 6 credit hours with WWU in-seat on the traditional campus in Fulton, MO.
Students may choose to be residential (living on campus) or a commuter student.
Additional fees do apply to both residential and commuter students. Please see the section on Cost for details.
Undergraduate In-seat courses in Fulton, MO
- Tuition: $125.00 per credit hour
- Room: $5250 per year
- Board: $4940 per year
- Additional fees are also required.