Community leaders help MCC shape future strategic plan

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Approximately one hundred business, industry, government and education leaders from throughout the tri-state region participated in the Mohave Community College Future Summit this week.

The summit was held at the Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse and is part of the college strategic planning process.

Mohave Community College President Dr. Stacy Klippenstein.

“I would really like to thank everyone for being here,” said MCC President Dr. Stacy Klippenstein.  “It’s great to see so many community leaders here to help shape the college strategic plan, so we can ensure world class education and services for students and our communities in the years to come.”

Among those in attendance were Bullhead City Manager Toby Cotter, Kingman Mayor Jen Miles and Lake Havasu City Mayor Cal Sheehy.

“I’m happy to support Mohave Community College and it’s forward thinking strategic planning process,” Bullhead City Manager Toby Cotter tweeted after the summit.  “Many leaders from the city, county and college gathered to help chart the future course of the college. Mohave Community College is a great asset in our City!”

The college will use the information and input gathered during the Future Summit to help shape elements that will ultimately become strategic pillars of the new MCC Strategic Plan 2025-26.

Attendees heard from four higher education speakers on topics such as Maintaining the personal touch in a high-tech learning environment and Creating pathways to support enrollment for adult, minority, and first-generation students.  

Then four interactive breakout sessions were held to discuss the information provided by the speakers, and help the college target concepts that should be included in the strategic plan.  

You can stay up to date on the college’s strategic planning process and offer input for the MCC Strategic Planning team at www.Mohave.edu/StrategicPlan2025.Approximately one hundred business, industry, government and education leaders from throughout the tri state region participated in the Mohave Community College Future Summit this week.

The summit was held at the Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse and is part of the college’s strategic planning process.

“I would really like to thank everyone for being here,” said MCC President Stacy Klippenstein.  “It’s great to see so many community leaders here to help shape the college’s strategic plan, so we can continue helping students and communities in the years to come.”

Among those in attendance were Bullhead City Manager Toby Cotter, Kingman Mayor Jen Miles and Lake Havasu City Mayor Cal Sheehy.

“I’m happy to support Mohave Community College and it’s forward thinking strategic planning process,” City Manager Cotter tweeted.  “Many leaders from the city, county and college gathered to help chart the future course of the college. Mohave Community College is a great asset in our City!”

The college will use the information and input gathered during the Future Summit to help shape elements that will ultimately become strategic pillars of the new MCC Strategic Plan 2025-26.

Attendees heard from four higher education speakers on topics such as Maintaining the personal touch in a high-tech learning environment and Creating pathways to support enrollment for adult, minority, and first-generation students.  

Then four interactive breakout sessions were held to discuss the information provided by the speakers, and help the college target concepts that should be included in the strategic plan.  

You can stay up to date on the college’s strategic planning process and offer input for the MCC Strategic Planning team at www.Mohave.edu/StrategicPlan2025.

Spring semester classes at the college begin January 21, 2020.  Those interested in attending should first fill out the free online application at Mohave.edu or call 1-866-MOHAVECC for assistance.

MCC Strategic Planning Future Summit attendees listening to a presentation about strategies to promote student success.