Month: November 2017

Mohave Wire

Never stop learning, Meet 82 year old MCC Student Rich Libertini

MCC Student and Marine Corps Veteran Rich Libertini is 82 years young and never misses a class.  He’s pursuing an Associate Degree in General Studies. Many on the Neal Campus-Kingman have seen Rich and his best friend Atlas III around campus.  The two are nearly inseparable. He is originally from New York, and enjoys swing Read more about Never stop learning, Meet 82 year old MCC Student Rich Libertini[…]
Posted on in Press Release, Student Life, Student Success.

MCC student receives Harrah’s Laughlin scholarship

MCC Culinary Student Kristen Delles receives her $5,000 Harrah’s Laughlin scholarship check! So great to have a corporate partner like Harrah’s helping our community. The MCC Culinary program has had many successful graduates, including Harrah’s own Executive Chef Ron Williams and Range Chef Erik Martinez Ochoa.
Posted on in Student Success.

MCC busy during the Halloween season, more events to come

Mohave Community College campuses were busy during Halloween season.  Several thousand people enjoyed fun and safe events at our campuses, as you can see from the videos below.  The Lake Havasu City Campus also had a blast in the London Bridge Days parade.  On the Neal Campus-Kingman the college held the Ovis release party.  Ovis Read more about MCC busy during the Halloween season, more events to come[…]
Posted on in Events.

Special MCC partnership helps the youngest in our communities

Any given Saturday on every Mohave Community College campus you will find classrooms filled with people learning how to help shape next generation. The students are part of a unique group taking part in the Child Development Associate Pathway.   They learn the best methods and practices to educate young children and be prepared to take Read more about Special MCC partnership helps the youngest in our communities[…]
Posted on in Press Release.

MCC sees dramatic improvement in student loan debt default rates

From the Mohave Valley Daily News – Mohave Community College students continue to stay on track when it comes to paying down their student loans. At a recent Board of Governors meeting, MCC President Dr. Michael Kearns said the school’s student loan default rate is 17.4 percent for the 2014 cohort. That rate represents a Read more about MCC sees dramatic improvement in student loan debt default rates[…]
Posted on in Uncategorized.