Office of the President
Mohave Community College is a special place and I am excited to serve as the sixth president of this great institution. For nearly 50 years, MCC has served Mohave County and Western Arizona with a strong commitment to student access and success, community enrichment, and creating a skilled workforce. This commitment will continue.
If you are a current student, I wish you continued success on your educational and career path. I trust MCC has done everything we can to provide you the best educational environment possible. If you are looking to attend MCC, I believe you find us open and ready to assist and provide the services necessary to help you on this next adventure.
MCC is filled with committed faculty, staff and students. Our success stories include nationally ranked nursing programs, top ranked business education, high job placement rates for our allied health and CTE programs, a high percentage of transfer students earning bachelor’s degrees, and hundreds of high school students earning college credits through dual enrollment each year. Along with great higher education options, we also have many non-credit courses that offer lifelong learning through our community and corporate education division. We are always looking to be active members of the communities we serve and look forward to taking part in many fun events that bring people together, such as the county fair, festivals and parades.
Overall, Mohave Community College is about Improving Lives…Improving Communities. Thanks for being part of this institution. Go Bighorns!
President’s Annual Report
President Klippenstein’s Bio
Dr. Stacy Klippenstein was chosen by the College Board of Governors to serve as President of Mohave Community College beginning July 1, 2019. Prior to joining Mohave Community College, Dr. Klippenstein served as the President of Miles Community College in Miles City, Montana from January 2014 – June 14, 2019. Previously, Dr. Klippenstein served as the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at Montana State University Billings, which includes a two-year technical college. From this experience, Dr. Klippenstein became passionate about two-year education and helping students attain industry recognized credentials, certificates, and two-year degrees. He knows that a college education can transform the lives of so many and a community college contributes to the economic growth of any small, rural community. Prior to his time at Montana State University Billings, Dr. Klippenstein served as the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Housing and New Student Programs at Central Washington University. He has also worked at Texas Tech University and Northern Arizona University in various capacities. He received a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Eastern Montana College (now Montana State University Billings) and a doctorate in higher education leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Klippenstein also serves as an Associate Consultant for the Strategic Enrollment Planning division of Ruffalo Noel Levitz. Over the past 30 years, Dr. Klippenstein has instructed many first-year experience, student leadership, psychology, and graduate courses.
Dr. Klippenstein is married to Carrie Klippenstein and has two sons, Steven and Ty. Both are successful college graduates. In his spare time, Dr. Klippenstein enjoys a round of golf, spending time outdoors, traveling with Carrie, and spending time with friends and family.
Tim Culver, Ph.D., M.B.A
Executive Vice President, Enrollment and Instruction
W. Tramaine Rausaw, Ed.D.
Vice President, Student and Community Engagement
Jennifer Dixon, PHR, SHRM-CP
Vice President, Administrative Services
Executive Director, College Communications
and Public Information
Lucinda Leugers, Ph.D.
June Weiss, Ed.D.
Interim Dean, Health Professions, Public Safety and Human Services Programs
Kirk Lacy, Ed.D.
Dean, Workforce and Regional Partnerships Development
Jason Gee, M.Ed.
Interim Dean, Career and Technical Education
Ana Masterson, M.Ed.
Dean, Enrollment and Student Services
Gary Cooper, M.S.
Dean, Student and Community Engagement
Bullhead City Campus
Maria Ayon, Ed.D.
Dean, Student and Community Engagement
Lake Havasu Campus
Carolyn Hamblin, Ph.D.
North Mohave Campus
Mark Van Pelt, M.S.
Chief Information Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Director, Employee Services
Director, Facilities Management
Shawn Bristle, M.Ed.
Chief Advancement Officer
Director, Institutional Research
Danette Bristle, M.Ed.
Executive Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Accreditation Liaison Officer
Director, Risk Management and Emergency Planning
Board of Governors
College Area Overview
Facilities Use & Rental
History Of Leadership
History of MCC
Leadership Academy Information
Mission, Goals, Values Vision Statement
President’s Message of Respect, Support & Acceptance
Transfer Partners & Institutional Affiliations