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MCC enrolling students in exciting new classroom experience, fall classes start August 24

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College is encouraging people to apply now and select from list of more than 500 fall semester classes. The first classes start on August 24. To help keep students and employees healthy during the pandemic, MCC instructors have developed Remote classrooms. A video explaining what students can expect in the Read more about MCC enrolling students in exciting new classroom experience, fall classes start August 24[…]
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Kingman Rotary Club donates to foundation for scholarships

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College Foundation received a check donation of $1,000 from the Kingman Rotary. The rotary donates every year to the foundation to go toward scholarships for students. From left to right, Bill Branes, Bill McClure, MCC Kingman-Neal campus Dean Dr. Fred Gilbert, Karen Brown and Lorraine Leeming.   
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MCC financial aid director selected for fellowship seminar series

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College will have one of its employees as a Fellow at The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership during the Flinn-Brown Fellowship seminar series.    The Fellowship helps experienced civic leaders from throughout Arizona expand their knowledge, skills, and networks to help address Arizona’s long-term issues. Heather Patenaude, MCC Financial Aid Director, is one Read more about MCC financial aid director selected for fellowship seminar series[…]
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Dr. Klippenstein’s message to students about the new 2020-2026 Strategic Plan

Dear Students, The MCC Strategic Plan 2020 – 2026 marks an important milestone, and it demonstrates our commitment to serving you and our communities.  Thanks to so many of you, the new strategic plan is built directly upon the feedback of the entire college community—and student voices played prominently in its development.  The strategic plan Read more about Dr. Klippenstein’s message to students about the new 2020-2026 Strategic Plan[…]
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Live virtual classes at MCC could be perfect for you

Fall classes at MCC start August 24 and the enrollment window is now open. The college has a mix of online, remote and on campus classes to help students stay healthy during the pandemic.   The remote classes are virtual classrooms that bridge the gap between online and on campus classes.  As one MCC instructor described Read more about Live virtual classes at MCC could be perfect for you[…]
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Synthetic human will help MCC surgical technology and health care students

MOHAVE COUNTY – Her name is Olga and she looks as real as any human walking around. Her insides are hard and cold and she is kept in an incubator with water when she isn’t in surgery.   Mohave Community College Surgical Technician program has a new SynDaver Synthetic Human for students to learn and get a more hands on experience.   Michelle Diaz, MCC Read more about Synthetic human will help MCC surgical technology and health care students[…]
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New scholarship opportunity for North Mohave health care students

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College health care students at the North Mohave campus have a new scholarship opportunity.  The donations will come from WellCare Community Foundation which gave $20,000 and Care 1st donated $10,000. The new endowment is called Care1st CARES.  “The scholarship came about when Care First and community leaders connected to solve local problems. The new Read more about New scholarship opportunity for North Mohave health care students[…]
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MCC adds new social media marketing course for fall semester

MOHAVE COUNTY – The Mohave Community College Business program is innovating yet again by introducing its new Social Media Marketing course.   The new course, BUE 165: Social Media Marketing, is being offered during the upcoming Fall semester to help students gain valuable insights into a growing career field and help local business professionals harness their skills Read more about MCC adds new social media marketing course for fall semester[…]
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MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – June 2020

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 Read more about MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – June 2020[…]
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Upcoming MCC virtual Q & A sessions show that everyone can be a college student, get on path to a great career

MOHAVE COUNTY – A college degree or skills certificate helps a person earn more money, and is a step on the path to a more financially secure future for themselves and their families.   Market research shows, over the course of their life, a Mohave Community College graduate earns approximately $750,000 more than a Mohave Read more about Upcoming MCC virtual Q & A sessions show that everyone can be a college student, get on path to a great career[…]
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Mohave Community College: Respect, Support and Acceptance

Mohave Community College is committed to maintaining an environment of respect, support and acceptance; one that recognizes the inherent worth and dignity of every person. We are committed to building a social and educational environment free of harassment, prejudice, and injustice and one that supports necessary shifts in societal thinking that infringes on the rights Read more about Mohave Community College: Respect, Support and Acceptance[…]
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MCC reaches out to students with 60+ credit project, gives out degrees 

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College is working toward contacting students who have 60 or more credits as part of its 60+ Credit Project. The initiative resulted in awarding students proper MCC credentials for the work they have put in in the past. There are many students who have earned over 60 credits and haven’t Read more about MCC reaches out to students with 60+ credit project, gives out degrees […]
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Kingman campus English instructor honored with 2020 Ellen Licari Service to Students award

MOHAVE COUNTY – Dr. Trever Holland has been an English instructor at Mohave Community College for one year and has already made an impact on the student body and his colleagues. Dr. Holland has been awarded with the 2020 Ellen Licari Service to Students award. Service to Students award. The award recognizes those faculty and Read more about Kingman campus English instructor honored with 2020 Ellen Licari Service to Students award[…]
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