Month: September 2017

Mohave Wire

Lets Paint A Symbol In Silence To Diminish Violence

Attention Bullhead City campus supporters. October 2nd is almost here! We hope everyone will wear purple to raise awareness and support for domestic violence survivors. People frequently ask why purple is the color of support.    According to the nonprofit website domesticshelters.org, the color’s roots were connected to women’s rights even before the movement to stop Read more about Lets Paint A Symbol In Silence To Diminish Violence[…]
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MCC online associate degree programs rank among best in U.S.

The Mohave Community College online associate degree programs rank among the 50 best in the U.S. Non-Profit Colleges Online this week released its ranking of the Top 50 Best Colleges for Online Associate Degrees.   The top 50 best were identified based on tuition rates, U.S. News & World Report scores, percentage of students receiving scholarships Read more about MCC online associate degree programs rank among best in U.S.[…]
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MCC Practical Nursing program looking forward to bright future

Mohave Community College Practical Nursing (PN) Program, approved by the Arizona State Board of Nursing, is enacting changes that will improve the college’s first time national board exam pass rate. Over the past two years, the first time pass rate has for PN students dropped below the state standard of 80% and the College is Read more about MCC Practical Nursing program looking forward to bright future[…]
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National Board congratulates MCC Surgical Technology program for 100% student pass rates

Mohave Community College’s Surgical Technology program students are setting a high bar when it comes to the national board exam pass rates. Over the past year, every student in the MCC program passed the National Certified Surgical Technologist Exam, earning the program the rare distinction of accomplishing a 100% pass rate.  By comparison, the national Read more about National Board congratulates MCC Surgical Technology program for 100% student pass rates[…]
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BHC Campus Welcome Back Bash was a blast!

The Bullhead City Campus Student Activities Council hosted another successful Welcome Back event for students.  These semester starter events helps students discover what’s happening or changed on campus!  Welcome back events allow students to see what their future can hold. Different programs and clubs set up posters with information, goodies, and the hope of possibly Read more about BHC Campus Welcome Back Bash was a blast![…]
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Bullhead City Campus Student Elections Are Back

Student Activities Council (SAC) is giving you a chance to land a position as: President, Vice President, or Secretary. Students looking to get involved, have fun, gain knowledge that will open up more opportunities Should run for office!  This would also be great to add to your resume when looking for future employment and program Read more about Bullhead City Campus Student Elections Are Back[…]
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Student Reporter: Turning Hassels into Tassels!

By Joann DeStigter, Student Multimedia Reporter I think everyone of us can agree that at some point we have struggled with one thing or another that has slowed us down. Here in the MCC Student Success Center they are here to help. The Student Success Center doesn’t just offer tutoring and help with your studies, Read more about Student Reporter: Turning Hassels into Tassels![…]
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Student Blogger: Carpooling Benefits For Students In The Allied Health Field

If you’re in an allied health program or thinking of applying, you probably have done your research on which programs require traveling for clinical rotations. This semester requires me to drive from Fort Mohave, to Kingman 4 days a week for 16 weeks. Traveling long distance 4 days a week puts wear and tear on Read more about Student Blogger: Carpooling Benefits For Students In The Allied Health Field[…]
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