MCCC showed the community what the millage has done for the campus last night.
After hosting an open house for community members to see the addition to the Life Sciences building, college President Kojo Quartey gave the State of the College address.
He and Jack Burns, director of Campus Planning and Facilities, talked about a recent award MCCC won for going green.
Burns had to input information on how much energy the college used between January and December of 2018. The school with the greatest reduction in the energy used over the year won.
MCCC was announced as the winner for the education category. The award was part of the Michigan Battle of the Buildings.
Quartey and Burns went on to talk about what's in store for MCCC, including cell phone repeaters, unisex restrooms, and the upcoming renovations on the East and West Tech buildings.