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Mohave Wire

MCC board will allow college to move forward with plans for men’s and women’s NJCAA soccer teams

MOHAVE COUNTY – The Mohave Community College Board of Trustees will allow the college to move forward with plans to start men's and women's collegiate soccer teams. Board members made the decision during the October 8 board meeting, which clears the way for the college to apply to become a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association. "This is great day for Mohave Community College an...
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MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – October 2021

MCC News shares the college news and events, along with faculty, staff and student stories from Mohave Community College each month.  Known as the "Mohave Minutes" it is intended to be a quick source of information to keep you updated on what's happening at the college's four campuses.   If you have an MCC story idea please email it to MCC@Mohave.edu.   You can also view this and previous newsc...
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Community leaders encourage MCC board to add NJCAA soccer teams

MOHAVE COUNTY – It was a who's who of community leaders at the MCC board meeting in Bullhead City on Friday.  In attendance were the City Mayor, City Manager, local business owners and other dignitaries, all showing support and encouraging the board to approve a college men's and women's soccer program. This is the first time since Mohave Community College was founded in 1971 that the college board...
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MCC hires student life expert to lead student and community engagement team  

MOHAVE COUNTY - Mohave Community College has chosen Dr. W. Tramaine Rausaw to serve as the new Vice President of Student and Community Engagement, and he will also serve as dean of the Neal Campus-Kingman. “MCC is extremely excited to have Dr. Rausaw join our team and lead our student engagement efforts,” said MCC President Dr. Stacy Klippenstein.  “He offers a wealth of experience at the commu...
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MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – June 2021

The MCC Newsroom shares the college news and events, along with faculty, staff and student stories from Mohave Community College.  Each month the team puts together an easy to watch newscast called the "Mohave Minutes."  It is intended to be a quick source of information to keep you updated on what's happening at the college's four campuses.  If you have an MCC story idea please email it to MCC@Moh...
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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 as the Bullhead City Campus Dean....
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MCC Dental Hygiene Students meet state lawmakers at Capitol, learn legislative process

Written by, Dani Keza, MCC Dental Hygiene Instructor  On Thursday, March 1, Mohave Community College’s Dental Hygiene Students attended Capitol Day at the Arizona State Capitol. The students were interested in learning about how a bill becomes law and since a Dental Therapy bill  had just passed the Arizona State Senate and was being transmitted to the House, they were eager to learn more. The b...
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BHC Campus Student Activities Council Helps Improve Campus Life

Another successful event put on by Student Activities Council (SAC) with assistance from radiologic technology (Skeleton Crew) this round! This event was an outdoor movie night in the grass behind the 200 building located at the amphitheater. The movie “Moana” started at 6:30 PM and ran for 1 hour and 53 minutes. Movie nights are for students, staff, and the community.  Parents are always welcom...
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