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Community member requests sports programs at MCCC

Community member Brian Lamour requesting MCCC look into reviving its defunct sports program at the Oct. 23 Board of Trustees meeting. Lamour spoke about the popularity of sports in Monroe County, citing the success of area wrestling, tennis, volleyball, softball, and football teams. SMCC women’s  tennis coach Wayne Asher […]

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Fall 2017 semester officially underway

MCCC Student Government members Katie Vandenbrink, Aidan Higgins, and Javed Peracha show off their dance moves. Summer vacation has come to an end. August 23 marked the first day of classes at MCCC. The mood on campus was upbeat and hopeful as many students congregated outside in hopes of enjoying […]

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Enrollment levels off

President Kojo working the crowd at the Back-to-School barbeque MCCC President Kojo Quartey is optimistic about this semester’s enrollment numbers. “New students are up by almost 10 percent, while total enrollment is down by less than one percent,” Quartey said. “Which is good news! Last year we were down 8 […]

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Student retention is Quartey’s priority

Poor student retention has led to a decline in enrollment over the last few years.  To remedy this problem,  MCCC plans to make the campus more student friendly. While the enrollment decline appears to have leveled off, there remains a need for student-centered efforts to help retain students. “The challenge […]

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Increase in new students helps enrollment numbers

MCCC’s President Kojo Quartey is optimistic about this semester’s enrollment numbers. “New students are up by almost 10 percent, while total enrollment is down by less than 1 percent,” Quartey said. “Which is good news! Last year we were down 8 percent,” he said. The campus has experienced a steady […]

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Students make presentation at MCCC board meeting

This month at the MCCC Board of Trustees meeting a new program was introduced by MCCC’s Student Government. Other topics discussed at the meeting included contracts of professors, calendar dates and holiday breaks The new program starting this month with student government members attending the board meeting to report on their […]

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Kojo at one year

Mccc President Kojo Quartey cuts the college's 50th Anniversary cake during the June celebration on campus. Endless energy seems to be the highlight of Dr. Kojo Quartey’s first year as MCCC president. Faculty, staff and students say that it’s because of his enthusiasm that he was able to accomplish as […]