Month: August 2017

Mohave Wire

MCC ranked one of the best community colleges in America

Mohave Community College ranks the 2nd best two-year college in Arizona and the 41st best in the entire United States, according to a 2017 WalletHub survey. The online financial assistance company says its analysts researched 728 community colleges and ranked them based 14 key indicators of cost and quality.   “Our data set ranges from the Read more about MCC ranked one of the best community colleges in America[…]
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Radiologic Technology Class of 2017 Pinning Ceremony

Congratulations to the Radiologic Technology Class of 2017!  The Pinning Ceremony was August 19, 2017 at the Bullhead City Campus.   2017 Graduates: Tianna Chrouser Ashley DeBaca Kristina Jacobson Michaley Leonard Esmeralda E. Mejia Molly Morgan Bart Mumm Reza Peyravi Heather Swartzfager Devin Walters Amanda Walton Kaylene Waynick The Class of 2017 would like to Read more about Radiologic Technology Class of 2017 Pinning Ceremony[…]
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MCC and SBDC free class to help local businesses

The Small Business Development Center at Mohave Community College is offering a free class to help business owners and entrepreneurs in Mohave County. The September classes on each MCC campus are called, “Do You Know Your Business?” “This class will help you transform your Business,” said Mark Retersdorf, director of the SBDC at Mohave Community Read more about MCC and SBDC free class to help local businesses[…]
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MCC business program ranked among best values in U.S.

Mohave Community College has been selected one of the best values in America for online business classes that lead to an associate degree. MCC was ranked on several factors including tuition value, relevancy of the curriculum to the demands of the field, how much the program prioritizes individual attention, and exceptional student services for digital Read more about MCC business program ranked among best values in U.S.[…]
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MCC helped students save $1M in textbook fees since 2014

MCC is working to save students and the college more than $500,000 this year by offering more Open Educational Resources, which cuts the cost of textbooks and other educational material. “The OER is helping students who can’t afford the high cost of textbooks,” said MCC President Dr. Michael Kearns. “We’re talking about high quality, free Read more about MCC helped students save $1M in textbook fees since 2014[…]
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Unmanned Aeronautical Systems degree set to land at MCC

Mohave Community College is offering an unmanned aircraft systems degree and students and eventually earn their bachelors thanks to an agreement between MCC and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. The degree would prepare students to pursue an unmanned aircraft systems Bachelor of Science degree or to acquire entry-level employment in a host of industries utilizing unmanned Read more about Unmanned Aeronautical Systems degree set to land at MCC[…]
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Operating Room Class setting, Great Career & Income, MCC Surgical Technology

If you want an exciting career  with great income potential, you should check out Surgical Technology.  Don’t take our word for it, listen to MCC Surgical Technology students, several are parents and are able to balance family, work and school thanks to MCC.  Can’t afford college? Listen to what some of them are paying. Closed Read more about Operating Room Class setting, Great Career & Income, MCC Surgical Technology[…]
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MCC welcomes new Chief of Academic Affairs

Mohave Community College has a new administrator overseeing all faculty and instruction at the college’s four campuses. Stephen B. Eaton comes to MCC from Barstow Community College in California where he was Vice President of Academic Affairs. “I’m originally from Michigan, but while vacationing in southern California, I fell in love with the desert and Read more about MCC welcomes new Chief of Academic Affairs[…]
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