Month: February 2017

Mohave Wire

Meet the first ever Bullhead City Campus Student Blogger

Attention Mohave Community College Bullhead City Campus! As of Monday February 13th I, Antonina Martorano, became a part of MCC’S Marketing and Public Information team as the new student blogger.  It’s exciting because I hear the Bullhead City Campus has never had a student blogger. I’ve been here since fall of 2013 and plan to graduate Read more about Meet the first ever Bullhead City Campus Student Blogger[…]
Posted on in Student Life, Student Success.

MCC Gives Kids a Smile

BULLHEAD CITY — There’s a lot of stress associated with being a student, Tracy Gift said.  “They’re graded on everything,” said Gift, director of dental programs at Mohave Community College. “They’re not being graded today. We’re making sure they do a good job, but we’re not grading them.” The students — everyone enrolled in MCC’s Read more about MCC Gives Kids a Smile[…]
Posted on in Press Release, Student Life, Student Success.

MCC teams with Dixie State University in partnership to benefit students

MCC is pleased to announce a partnership with Dixie State University that will help students start at MCC and then smoothly transfer to DSU. For a student pursuing a bachelor’s degree, the agreement will provide a smooth transfer of credits from MCC to Dixie State, while saving thousands of dollars in tuition.  The announcement was Read more about MCC teams with Dixie State University in partnership to benefit students[…]
Posted on in Governing board, Press Release, Student Life, Student Success.

MCC working with partners to inspire and educate future teachers

Anybody considering teaching as a career will want to keep an eye on Mohave Community College’s effort to help solve Arizona’s teacher shortage.   MCC Associate Dean of Instruction Dr. Stephanie Dieringer presented the college Board of Governors with new information surrounding MCC’s initiative called “Grow Your Own.”  The college has a goal of implementing Read more about MCC working with partners to inspire and educate future teachers[…]
Posted on in Press Release, Student Life, Student Success.

Don’t be afraid of math, MCC offering free program for high school and college students

Mohave Community College will provide every high school student in Mohave County an opportunity to assess their readiness for college math and prepare themselves for what will be expected.MCC student success services manager Tricia Hanks showing EdReady program to help students with math.  Nationally, only 25% of high school seniors are at or above proficiency Read more about Don’t be afraid of math, MCC offering free program for high school and college students[…]
Posted on in Press Release, Student Life, Student Success.