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MCC board will not raise property tax rate, agrees to employee pay raise after learning faculty pay is lowest in state

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College board members and administration will not raise the college district property tax rate next year.  Board President Dr. Julie Bare said during the April 9 meeting that the board will not vote for a tax rate increase next month.  This is the second year in a row the board Read more about MCC board will not raise property tax rate, agrees to employee pay raise after learning faculty pay is lowest in state[…]
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MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – April 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 Read more about MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – April 2021[…]
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Mohave Community College student computer club hosts annual Technology Recycling Drive with City of Kingman

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College’s MC4 Computer Club is hosting its Technology Recycling Drive from 9:00 a.m. – noon, Saturday, April 24 at the City of Kingman Public Works Yard, 3700 E. Andy Devine Ave.   Residents are encouraged to discard their old or broken computers and technology devices. Items that will be accepted include computer components, recorders, MP3 Read more about Mohave Community College student computer club hosts annual Technology Recycling Drive with City of Kingman[…]
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Kingman PTK Honor Society inducts 23 new members, receives REACH award 

MOHAVE COUNTY – The Mohave Community College chapter of Alpha Chi Omega of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society hosted its induction ceremony Friday for new members virtually for Spring 2021.   The 23 new PTK members inducted are: Mark Bilbrey, Audra Coffman, Tiffany Conrad, Dorothy Garner, Janice Glennon, Christopher Harris, Marissa Klein, Breanne Klemer, Lauriano Lovato, Jasmine Manzi, Anthony Martinez, Renee Martinez, Ashley Miller, Read more about Kingman PTK Honor Society inducts 23 new members, receives REACH award […]
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Congratulations MCC Film Festival winners! See video of virtual event and winners

The first annual MCC Flash Film Festival with Hollywood Actor/Producer and MCC Alumnus Seamus Dever was a huge success.    The Bullhead City Student Arts Club awarded 10 cash prizes for first and second placers in five categories, plus a $500 grand prize.  First place in each category received $50, while second place received $25. Read more about Congratulations MCC Film Festival winners! See video of virtual event and winners[…]
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MCC Surgical Technology School helps Marine Corps Veteran find success and a career

MOHAVE COUNTY – Giovanni Hartford has been a Surgical Technology student at Mohave Community College for two years, is graduating this semester and already has a job lined up.   Before Hartford joined the MCC family, he was in the Marine Corp for four years. After leaving the service, he knew he wanted to be part of the medical profession when his grandfather Read more about MCC Surgical Technology School helps Marine Corps Veteran find success and a career[…]
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Update and Transfer tips from MCC2ASU transfer student Jennifer Jaimes

Video and Article contributed to Mohave Wire from ASU Tips 4 Transfer from ASU Academic Alliances on Vimeo. LAKE HAVASU CITY – Jennifer Jaimes is an ASU transfer student from Mohave Community College.  Jennifer is currently on her second semester at one of ASU’s extended campuses in Lake Havasu, where she’s had a really good Read more about Update and Transfer tips from MCC2ASU transfer student Jennifer Jaimes[…]
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MCC promotes Kingman native to Vice President of Administrative Services

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College is pleased to announce that Chief Human Resources Officer Jennie Dixon is being promoted to lead the college administrative services division.   “MCC is very excited to have Jennie Dixon serve as the new vice president for administrative services,” said Dr. Stacy Klippenstein, the college president.  “This position is Read more about MCC promotes Kingman native to Vice President of Administrative Services[…]
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MCC and ASU Partner to Offer College Students Transfer Pathways with MyPath2ASU™ Collaboration

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College is pleased to announce a new alliance with Arizona State University to provide students a seamless transfer experience with the MyPath2ASU program.  “The transfer path from MCC to ASU puts students first, and gives them the tools and information they need to easily transfer and continue their pursuit of a Read more about MCC and ASU Partner to Offer College Students Transfer Pathways with MyPath2ASU™ Collaboration[…]
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MCC expands more on campus services as county virus numbers improve

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College Student Services Division employees are back to campus this week, as the college eased pandemic restrictions. A total of approximately two dozen employees are now back on the campuses, specifically to assist students and the public with a variety of services.  These services include assistance filling out the free Read more about MCC expands more on campus services as county virus numbers improve[…]
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MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – March 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 Read more about MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – March 2021[…]
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MCC computer information systems instructor presents at higher education conference

MOHAVE COUNTY – Dr. Andra Goldberg, a Mohave Community College Computer Information Systems faculty member, was chosen to present at The Adult Higher Education Alliance 45th Annual Conference Friday, March 12.   The Adult Higher Education Alliance purpose is to help institutions of higher education develop and sustain learning environments and programs for suitable adults.   Dr. Goldberg’s presentation, “Not Buy the Book! The Challenges Read more about MCC computer information systems instructor presents at higher education conference[…]
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MCC will not raise tuition, planning transition back to on campus services

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College will not raise tuition next year, keeping it among the most affordable in Arizona.  The college board of trustees on Friday voted to approve the recommendation of college President Dr. Stacy Klippenstein and keep tuition at $81 per credit hour. “This is the seventh year in a row the Read more about MCC will not raise tuition, planning transition back to on campus services[…]
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MCC’s SBDC helps Kingman farmer grow business, featured in national report

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College’s Small Business Development Center has helped another small business in Kingman. SBDC has helped local farmer, Andrea McAdow, owner of Rosebird Farms.   SBDC is a valuable resource for entrepreneurs seeking assistance with their business needs and concerns ranging from startup through expansion. SBDC provided the tools that helped McAdow to create a plan to use USDA funds to expand her Read more about MCC’s SBDC helps Kingman farmer grow business, featured in national report[…]
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Mohave Community College prepared to upskill and reskill workers for economic recovery

MOHAVE COUNTY – A new report shows that Mohave Community College and Arizona’s nine other community college districts are the economic engines needed to provide fast, job-focused training for unemployed and underemployed workers in our state. “MCC is positioned to be a key force in helping our region recover from this economy that’s been reshaped Read more about Mohave Community College prepared to upskill and reskill workers for economic recovery[…]
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