Bird walk event being held through One Book, One Community

Bird and nature lovers can unite this week. One Book, One Community is organizing a bird walk at Erie Marsh Preserve 3-5 p.m. on Thursday at 3200 Sterns Road in Erie. Elizabeth Hartig, faculty reference librarian/ Public Services at MCCC, said in an email the event is for everyone. “The event […]

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MILO Simulator has a temporary home

Almost a year after President Kojo Quartey announced the approval of a $350,000 grant for the purchase of a MILO Immersive De-escalation Simulator, the Criminal Justice program had its new teaching tool installed. MILO Installer, Jay Kay said installation took about two days and he did the range set […]

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Chief of Security Services to step down

MCCC will be seeking a new chief of Security Services as Charlie Abel steps down. While Abel is leaving the position on April 28, he is not yet planning to retire. Abel officially took over the Security Services department in August 2019. He has been chief of Security Services since […]

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One Book, One Community to host celebrity trivia night

Get ready to put your thinking cap on as the Monroe County One Book, One Community program hosts a celebrity trivia night at Buffalo Wild Wings on North Telegraph road from 5 to 9 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 20. The event kicks off the fundraising year for OBOC and will […]

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Culinary Open House being hosted at MCCC

MCCC will be hosting a culinary open house on Jan. 30 in the S Building. This event is free of charge and open to all. Reservations are not required, but suggested. The open house will be held Monday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the S Building’s Cuisine 1300 […]

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Archaeologists perform radar work at Potter’s Field

Archaeologists from The Mannik & Smith Group were performing GPR (ground-penetrating radar) work at the Potter’s Field in front of the college’s campus on Monday. The Potter’s Field is a historical site on Monroe County Community College property where “people without means were interred in unmarked graves” from the mid-1800s […]


Crafting in the C Building

An opportunity to craft while being festive is coming to MCCC. Learn how to use a Cricut machine, make a fun holiday card, or make an ornament at the Holiday Craft Workshop. Wednesday, Dec. 14, drop into the MCCC Library anytime between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. in the C […]