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Year: 2018

Mohave Wire

Havasu Business woman donates $50,000 for MCC scholarships

Carolyn Bruce-Spicer recently donated $50,000 to the MCC Foundation to help allied health and nursing students pay for their education at Mohave Community College.  Bruce-Spicer was a nurse and then became a successful business woman in Lake Havasu City.  Below you can read her comments about the scholarship and tips for allied health and nursing Read more about Havasu Business woman donates $50,000 for MCC scholarships[…]
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MCC begins Narcan response training in the face of the rising opioid crisis.

     Nalaxone, also called Narcan, is a medication designed to rapidly reverse opioid overdoses and prevent death. Kingman Police Department was the first in Arizona to begin training and carrying the overdose reversal drug, it’s been used several times since then to great success. Now, Mohave Community College is joining their ranks. Although no incidents Read more about MCC begins Narcan response training in the face of the rising opioid crisis.[…]
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Get your free dental cleaning

The Mohave Community College Dental School is teaming up with River Cities United Way and the Delta Dental of Arizona Foundation to offer complimentary dental cleanings. No insurance is required for the service, which will be offered on January 25, 2019. Space is limited so make your appointment today by calling 1-928-704-4178 or emailing dentalxrays@mohave.edu. More Read more about Get your free dental cleaning[…]
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ARTiculated Expressions art show winner announced

Lorenia Wolcott is the first annual MCC ARTiculated Expressions Student Art Show winner of the People’s Choice Award. Her artistic and anatomic drawing of a pelvic bone for Anotomy and Physiology 1 earned the most votes to push her over the top in a competitive field. ARTiculated Expressions was curated by the MCC-Bullhead City Campus Read more about ARTiculated Expressions art show winner announced[…]
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You’re Invited to the MCC Astronomical Observatory Grand Opening in Kingman

Mohave Community College invites the public and media to the grand opening of the new Neal Campus-Kingman Observatory. The new facility has a nearly seven feet tall, high-powered telescope donated by the High Desert Astronomy Club to view the constellations, planets and the moon. The idea for the Observatory came from the MCC Student Activities Read more about You’re Invited to the MCC Astronomical Observatory Grand Opening in Kingman[…]
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North Mohave campus nursing application window is open

Get on the path to a great career in Nursing!  Our North Mohave Campus has new, high tech facilities, including a simulation center.  Along with excellent pass rates on national board exams, our job placement rates are among the best in the country.  The North Mohave Campus serves northern Arizona and southern Utah, and we’re Read more about North Mohave campus nursing application window is open[…]
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Ready. Set. SPIKE! LHC Campus 2018 PTA Program Volleyball Fundraiser

Who doesn’t enjoy a good volleyball game, am I right?  Lake Havasu City Campus’s own Physical Therapist Assistant Club hosted their 2nd Annual Volleyball Tournament Fundraiser on Saturday November 17, 2018 at Rotary Park and it was a huge success!  They raised more than $130 at the event, which will be used to help PTA Read more about Ready. Set. SPIKE! LHC Campus 2018 PTA Program Volleyball Fundraiser[…]
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New MCC award program helps more than 500 students

Mohave Community College knows many people are concerned about paying for college, so MCC created a new award to help. 513 MCC students were recently notified that they are recipients of the new Retention and Completion Initiative Award. “This will help empower our students to succeed,” said College President Dr. Michael Kearns. “The initiative focuses Read more about New MCC award program helps more than 500 students[…]
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MCC instructor receives national innovation award

MCC Biology Instructor Tonya Baxley recently received the National Digital Learning Innovation Award from the Online Learning Consortium.   Baxley was flown to Florida to receive the $10,000 award during the OLC National Convention on November 14.  The money will be used by the college to help further her innovative teaching concept and help students.  Read more about MCC instructor receives national innovation award[…]
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Bring the kids to see Santa, lighting ceremonies at MCC Shines 2018

Mohave Community College invites you to MCC Shines 2018!  All of the MCC campuses are hosting lighting ceremonies to kick off the Christmas season.  Santa will be stopping by each campus to see the kids, and each campus will add its own special touch to the free community events. The Lake Havasu City Ballet will perform Read more about Bring the kids to see Santa, lighting ceremonies at MCC Shines 2018[…]
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ALERT: MCC computer system upgrade will cause campus outages over Thanksgiving break

The MCC Information Technology department will be working through the Thanksgiving break to finish up the migration to the new server system, as well as significant maintenance projects on other college systems.  The IT department is alerting all MCC employees and students that ALL college systems, including JICS, Jenzabar, and MyClasses.mohave.edu will experience outages.  Maintenance Read more about ALERT: MCC computer system upgrade will cause campus outages over Thanksgiving break[…]
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