Metropolitan Community College Elkhorn Nebraska

Last Updated on September 5, 2022 by Alvina Ibe

The Elkhorn Valley Campus opened in 1980 and is located at 204th Street and West Dodge Road. EVC provides educational experiences for western Douglas County and portions of Dodge and Washington counties.

As a single building on a 51-acre site, the Elkhorn Valley Campus is a full-service facility offering classrooms, four computer and visual arts labs, Library Services, instruction, Public Safety, counseling, Student Services, a Career Network Center, and technical support to staff and students. Enrollment at this campus continues to increase as the City of Omaha expands toward the west.


In Fall 2008, the Gallery of Art and Design opened at the Elkhorn Valley Campus. The 1,100 square foot space is dedicated to exhibiting the works of visual arts faculty and students. Exhibitions change throughout the year, and admission is free. The gallery is open in conjunction with the Elkhorn Valley Campus hours of operation.


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Metropolitan Community College – Elkhorn Valley Campus

Institution Profile

  • Name:Metropolitan Community College – Elkhorn Valley Campus
  • Address:829 North 204th Street
  • City:Elkhorn
  • State: NE
  • Zipcode:68022
  • Phone:(402) 289-1200
  • Fax:(402) 289-1233
  • Control Type:Public
  • IPEDS Enrollment Year:2018

Financial Aid


For FAFSA help – click FAFSA Assistance

Metropolitan Community College’s Financial Aid pages are where you will find resources and answers to many of the questions you may have about financial aid, including: the types of aid available, eligibility requirements to receive aid, the necessary forms and documents needed to process aid and all financial aid deadlines.


Financial aid is money provided by federal, state and institutional sources to help students meet expenses while attending post-secondary school. Many students are finding it increasingly difficult to finance a college education without some assistance, and you may be having a similar experience. MCC’s financial aid programs are intended to help students who would be unable to attend the College without such assistance. MCC is committed to providing information about financial aid resources so that you may pursue your educational goals or upgrade your working skills.


To receive aid from any of the Federal Student Aid programs, students must meet all of the following requirements:

  1. Have financial need at determined by your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
  2. Sign the certification statement on the FAFSA that:
    1. You are not in default on a federal loan and do not owe money on a federal student grant and
    2. Certify that all federal aid received will be used only for educational purposes.
  3. Show you are qualified to obtain a college education by:
    1. Having a high school diploma or recognized equivalent such as a General Educational Development (GED) Certificate,
    2. Completing a high school education in a homeschool setting approved under state law or
    3. Enrolling in an eligible career pathway program and meeting one of the “ability to benefit” alternatives.
  4. Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.
  5. Have a valid Social Security Number (with exception of students from the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micornesia or the Republic of Paulou).
  6. Be enrolled as a regular student in an eligible degree or certificate program, and taking coursework that is required for completed of that eligible degree or certificate program.
  7. Be enrolled at least half-time to be eligible for Direct Loan Program funds.
  8. Maintain Metropolitan Community College Financial Aid Standards of Progress (SAP). 

Refer to the basic student eligibility criteria listed on for additional information. 


There are five types of financial aid:

  1. Grants (Gift-aid)
  2. Work-Study
  3. Loans
  4. Scholarships
  5. Veteran Benefits

Grants and scholarships are financial assistance that you don’t have to pay back. Federal Work-Study allows you to work and earn money to help pay for school. Loans are borrowed money that you must repay with interest. The Federal Student Aid website provides greater detail on Types of Financial.

If you are a veteran, you may be entitled to financial aid benefits offered through The Veterans’ Administration. The Financial Aid and Veteran Services office provides advisory services relating to such benefits and periods of earned entitlement.

MCC’s Financial Aid and Veteran Services office offers a financial aid package generally consisting of a combination of grant(s) (gift aid) and work-study employment (self-help aid) to eligible students with a demonstrated need. Aid is awarded as part of the means for you to begin or continue your studies.

The office emphasizes “part of the means” because you and your family must make maximum efforts to assist in meeting college expenses. The Financial Aid office is able to bridge only a portion of the financial gap that may exist between the cost of your education and the money available to you from family, job earnings, savings and other resources. The College participates in, or administers, all major federal and state grant and loan programs. Our goal is to help students pay for their direct educational costs, such as tuition, books, supplies and transportation.


The cost of attendance (COA) is the amount it will cost students to go to school. Cost of tuition, technology service fees, books and supplies, room and board, transportation and personal expenses are used in determining the amount of financial aid students will receive.

The student budgets listed on the COA page are used to determine cost of attendance for MCC students. These annual budgets, for students attending full time (12 credit hours) during the College’s academic year, are calculated using three-quarter or four-quarter enrollment. To determine a quarter’s cost of attendance, divide the annual budget figure by the number of quarters for which a student is attending (three or four).

Actual living costs will vary depending on student dependency status, personal spending habits and other variables. The student budgets reflect minimal costs of living incurred by the student while attending MCC.

COA is used to calculate a student’s eligibility for the Federal Pell Grant, Federal Stafford Student Loan, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG), Nebraska Opportunity Grant (NSG), Federal Work-Study (FWS) and Board of Governors Tuition Grant (BGTG). 
Navigate to the Cost of Attendance page for more detailed information.


The Financial Aid office determines financial need by subtracting the student’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from the appropriate student budget. (See student budgets above.) FAFSA, which the student submits to the Federal Processor, is designed to provide this EFC figure.