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Intramural Sports Club preps for games to commence

A new club dubbed the Intramural Sport Club is in the process of formalizing. It will give MCCC students a place to gather and connect through a mutual interest: sports. Levi Couch, a second year MCCC student, is the founder of the new Intramural Sport Club along with contributions from […]

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Food pantry soon to be readily available to students

The ongoing pandemic has exacerbated food insecurity for many students. The Foundation continues plans to host a food pantry for students in an effort to address these concerns.   The objective of the pantry is to provide students with healthy and convenient food options on campus, said Joshua Myers Executive […]

Above, a rendering shows the designed common space for students that outlooks the fountains outside the C building. Below, the progress of where the space will be built is displayed.
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MCCC changes library’s department, design and direction

As the library’s facilities are being upgraded to further aid students’ success, the library director position has been broadened and renamed to the Director of Student Success. The director position is new to MCCC, but the idea was considered by administration in the past, said Vice President of Enrollment Management […]

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Nursing program seeks reaccreditation

On Sept 7 through Sept 9, the Accreditation Commission for Education and Nursing visited MCCC. This is part of the beginning stage in the reaccreditation process for the Registered Nurse program, as well as the Registered Nurse to Practicing Nurse program. “We passed that first step with flying colors,” said […]

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Middle College returns to in-person classes

As virtual learning comes to a close, the Middle College is welcoming students back to campus for a normal school year. The first day back was Sept. 7. All students were on campus for in-person classes. Previously, MCMC was offering blended and online options.  “Very motivating and definitely a sense […]

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College newsletter aims to solve students’ email fatigue

“MCCC Happenings” is a new monthly newsletter created by the Enrollment Management and Student Success team. Vice president of Enrollment Management and Student Success Scott Behrens said the team produced it in an effort to reduce the volume of emails students receive. “Instead of inundating students with emails, I want […]

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Monroe County continues to combat COVID-19

Monroe has become a hot spot for COVID-19 cases in the last few months. As a result, the community continues to try and keep up with these changes and keep residents safe. Schools in the Monroe County area have been affected by the case increases. Schools like Monroe High School […]