Month: May 2018

Mohave Wire

100% national board exam pass rates for MCC Surgical Technology program

Mohave Community College Surgical Technology students continue setting a high bar when it comes to the national board exam pass rates. MCC Surgical Technology Director Michelle Diaz just received notification that every student passed the national board exam in 2018.  The 100% pass rate for MCC far exceeds the national average pass rate of 77.9%, Read more about 100% national board exam pass rates for MCC Surgical Technology program[…]
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MCC Students: Important info about ordering summer semester course textbooks, materials

The new Mohave Community College online bookstore will be operated by the company Ambassador.  Over the next six weeks Ambassador will be preparing the new bookstore for students.  In the meantime, if you enrolled in MCC Summer semester courses you will need to order your course textbooks and material from the vendor your choice. You Read more about MCC Students: Important info about ordering summer semester course textbooks, materials[…]
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Sign up soon for MCC Summer Computer Camps for teens

UPDATE:  CLICK HERE TO SIGN  UP NOW because camps in Bullhead, Havasu and North Mohave start June 4.  Click the link then search for Summer Camp to find the one near you.  Read more about them below. ————————————————- Teens who want to learn how to build apps, take apart computers, play with 3D printers, drones, learn website Read more about Sign up soon for MCC Summer Computer Camps for teens[…]
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New PSY 235 online course brings value, student benefit

The Mohave Community College Social Behavioral Science department is pleased to announce a new course for students that will also transfer directly to the state universities in Arizona. The Psychology 235 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences class is now enrolling for the Fall Semester. The credits for PSY 235 from MCC transfer to all three state Read more about New PSY 235 online course brings value, student benefit[…]
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ICYMI: Mother and Son Graduate MCC Together

Kingman Daily Miner – As their child walks across the stage at commencement to receive a degree, most mothers watch excitedly from the stands. Not Jennifer Picard. She’ll join her son, Jason, in walking across that stage to receive her own diploma today at Mohave Community College. “About six years ago my oldest child was Read more about ICYMI: Mother and Son Graduate MCC Together[…]
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MCC Welding expands to Bullhead City and Lake Havasu City

Mohave Community College is expanding the college Welding program to the Bullhead City and Lake Havasu City campuses. The college is getting the facilities prepared and will soon be signing students up for Fall Semester classes on those campuses. The welding department’s main hub is on the Kingman campus, which is the location of the Read more about MCC Welding expands to Bullhead City and Lake Havasu City[…]
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New PSY 235 online course brings more value, savings to college students

The Mohave Community College Social Behavioral Science department is pleased to announce a new course for students that will also transfer directly to the state universities Arizona. The Psychology 235 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences class is now enrolling for the Fall Semester. The credits for PSY 235 from MCC transfer to all three state universities, Read more about New PSY 235 online course brings more value, savings to college students[…]
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Innovation, continuing student success spark leadership changes at MCC

A change in administrative leadership started on May 21 that will help Mohave Community College drive educational attainment and student success into the future. Former Bullhead City Campus Dean Shawn Bristle started his new position at the college, becoming the new Chief of Innovation and Transformation. North Mohave Campus Dean Dr. Carolyn Hamblin replaced Bristle Read more about Innovation, continuing student success spark leadership changes at MCC[…]
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MCC 2018 Graduation! Full video & Photos!

Mohave Community College 2018 Commencement Ceremony.  Congratulations graduates!  In 2018 MCC awarded 527 degrees to 449 students.  Additionally, the college had 117 GED graduates.    The pre-commencement video is a mashup of pictures taken by our 2018 graduates throughout their time at MCC. It played on a continuous loop on the large screen at Read more about MCC 2018 Graduation! Full video & Photos![…]
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MCC graduate receives $10,000 Kathy Hodel Most Outstanding Student Award

When Ronald Marcks graduated from Mohave Community College with an associate degree in liberal arts, he also received a check for $10,000. He is the college’s the first annual Kathy Hodel Most Outstanding Student Award recipient. “I was stunned,” said Marcks, who had not even applied for the award until his instructors and friends pressured Read more about MCC graduate receives $10,000 Kathy Hodel Most Outstanding Student Award[…]
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11 local high school students earn college degree before diploma

For many teenagers getting through high school is challenging enough, but Serena Silk and ten other local high school students decided they would try to graduate from college before high school. On May 11, they will graduate from Mohave Community College.  Silk will accomplish her goal, earning an Associate in Liberal Arts degree.  She recently Read more about 11 local high school students earn college degree before diploma[…]
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2018 graduate will receive $10,000 cash award at MCC commencement

Mohave Community College will be awarding 527 associate degrees and certificates to 449 students this year, and one student will receive $10,000 at the college commencement ceremony on May 11. The 2018 ceremony will feature the first annual presentation of the Kathy Hodel Outstanding Student Award. A graduating student who excels academically and meets other criteria, Read more about 2018 graduate will receive $10,000 cash award at MCC commencement[…]
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Cancer Association of Havasu donates $5,500 for MCC Nursing scholarships

The Cancer Association of Havasu donated $5,000 for scholarships in honor of their Hero of the Year – Eagles Aerie 4299. The association also donated another $500 to the Rosemarie Coletta Memorial Scholarship.  Both scholarships are for Lake Havasu City residents in the second year of the MCC Nursing Program. If you’d like to donate Read more about Cancer Association of Havasu donates $5,500 for MCC Nursing scholarships[…]
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