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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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Overall MCCC tuition increases by 2%

College tuition rates have recently been approved to go up starting in the Fall 2021 Semester. In a 4-2 vote, a tuition increase was approved by the Board of Trustees in a meeting held March 23. The Board of Trustees chair Lynette Dowler was contacted to hear what the Board […]

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MCCC and MCMC change graduation plans

Graduation ceremonies across campus have gone through several revisions over the past year due to COVID-19’s impact and its restrictions. If students have been following along with the recent emails regarding MCCC graduation, they know that many changes have been made. Monroe County Middle College (MCMC) students have also been […]

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C Building renovations enter final planning stage

The committee for planning renovations of the C Building has moved into the third and final phase of planning. In this phase, they will focus on construction documentation, said Jack Burns, director of Campus Planning and Facilities. The selected architects and engineers will produce the diagrams and specifications, which will be used […]

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TRAILS to support MCMC mental health

TRAILS to Wellness is coming to the Monroe County Intermediate School District to help Middle College students support their mental health. TRAILS is an acronym for Transforming Research into Action to Improve the Lives of Students. TRAILS communication specialist Ollila Meredith said TRAILS was created by the University of Michigan’s […]

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Middle College classes continue in person

The Monroe County Middle College semester started Sept. 8, with all high school courses still being available in-person. Robert Krueger, MCMC principal, said students were given three different options on how to take classes this semester. One option was taking classes fully virtual from Edgenuity, a third-party vendor separate from […]