MCC’s Neal Campus – Kingman is approximately four miles north of Interstate 40 and one mile east of Stockton Hill Road. The campus houses a library, and a computer area, that are open to the public. Various performing and visual art events are offered during the year and are open to the public. Read the latest MCC News by clicking on the “Mohave Wire” link at the right.
We invite you to visit our campus to meet the friendly faculty and staff, learn about the classes and programs offered here, or enjoy our nature trail, burrowing owl sanctuary and environmental habitat pond.
Kingman is the Mohave County seat and has an area population of more than 50,000. Located on historic Route 66, it is the gateway to the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff, Hoover Dam and Lake Mead. With excellent nearby outdoor resources, 1,000 miles of freshwater shoreline, the 8,000 foot-high Hualapai Mountains, many surrounding wilderness areas, rugged desert mountains, historic mining camps, hunting, fishing and hiking, there are choices galore for outdoor buffs! Kingman’s elevation, at 3,336 ft., provides an ideal southwestern climate that is neither too hot nor too cold. Kingman has a rich past, colored with gold, silver, copper and turquoise. The area’s mining history draws people from all corners of the world, and the nearby town of Oatman has one of the few gold mines still in operation in the Southwest.