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Former MCC student playing baseball at BenU Mesa

Former MCC student Robbie Brown is in the headlines after making the roster to play baseball at Benedictine University Mesa.  Brown attended the MCC Bullhead City campus where he knocked out some core college credits in classes such as English and Biology, then utilized the MCC transfer program to continue his higher education at BenU Read more about Former MCC student playing baseball at BenU Mesa[…]
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MCC Physical Therapist Assistant Club fundraisers

The MCC Physical Therapist Assistant Club is holding fundraisers with three Lake Havasu City restaurants. Please bring in the flyers below if you are going to be at any one of these restaurants on the days listed.    • Chili’s:  When: Monday, December 4, 2017 from 11:00am to 10:00pm Where: 120 Swanson Avenue, Lake Havasu Read more about MCC Physical Therapist Assistant Club fundraisers[…]
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MCC surplus sale coming to Lake Havasu City

The MCC Lake Havasu City campus is holding a surplus sale. For one day only, you’ll be able to get some great bargains on a variety of office equipment including desks, filing cabinets, televisions and more. It’s December 1 from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm at 1977 Acoma Blvd West in Lake Havasu City.    
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Get an award winning education, sign up now for Spring classes

Students are currently enrolling for the Spring 2018 semester. Sign up now before the classes fill up.    If you’re not yet an MCC student you can start the application process by clicking/tapping here. Chat online with a representative by clicking the  icon in the lower right hand corner of this page, or call MCC Connect at Read more about Get an award winning education, sign up now for Spring classes[…]
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MC4 Computer Club’s tech recycling drives a huge success

MC4 Computer club hosted a recycle drive to collect unwanted or broken electronics from the community.  They filled two trailers – one in Kingman and another in Bullhead City. Way to go! In Kingman, MC4 teamed up with the City of Kingman Public Works Department, while in Bullhead City the club partnered with Goodwill. For Read more about MC4 Computer Club’s tech recycling drives a huge success[…]
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MCC student receives Award of Excellence for PTA board exam perfection

Another great story by Reporter Rodd Cayton over at Mohave Valley Daily News. He writes, “Perfection is rare, but it’s getting less rare at Mohave Community College. For the second straight month, the college’s Board of Governors heard Friday about a graduate who did the improbable: Sarah Barbaria scored a perfect 800 on the National Physical Read more about MCC student receives Award of Excellence for PTA board exam perfection[…]
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Student Blogger: Physical Therapist Assistant graduate shares her story

Riley Regan, 2016 MCC graduate, tells us about life during and after the physical therapy assistant program. Her four year plan turned into a three year journey thanks to her dual enrollment classes in high school that helped check off a year off her workload. As part of the High School Dual Enrollment program Riley Read more about Student Blogger: Physical Therapist Assistant graduate shares her story[…]
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Owners of Kingman Daily Miner donate $26K to Mohave Community College Foundation

Kingman Daily Miner – A multi-media company’s family has transformed a long legacy of sharing tennis with their community into a $26,000 gift to Mohave Community College Foundation. The contribution from the Yuma Tennis Association via the Soldwedel family – owners of Western News & Info, Inc. (WNI) – sets up the Daily Miner Scholarship Read more about Owners of Kingman Daily Miner donate $26K to Mohave Community College Foundation[…]
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TOMORROW: Tech Recycling Drives in Kingman & Bullhead City

On Saturday November 18th from 9:00 am to noon the Mohave Community College Computer Club MC4 will hold a recycling event in Kingman and Bullhead City. In Kingman, MC4 is partnering with the City Public Works Department. The event will be held at the City of Kingman Public Works Yard at 3700 E. Andy Devine Read more about TOMORROW: Tech Recycling Drives in Kingman & Bullhead City[…]
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Culinary first annual Skillsfest a delicious success!

MCC students showed off their skills during the first annual Culinary Arts Students Skillsfest. It was held on the Bullhead City campus.   Check out video and pictures of the event below and you can read more about the event here in the Mohave Valley Daily News. For more information on the Culinary Arts program click Read more about Culinary first annual Skillsfest a delicious success![…]
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ICYMI: 82 year old MCC student’s story told around Arizona

KPNX NBC – You’re never too “old” to learn something new, words a student at Mohave Community College seems to live by. Rich Libertini is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, a great-grandfather of eight and at 82 years young is pursuing an associates degree in general studies at MCC in Kingman.     Libertini is pursuing a degree in general studies. Outside Read more about ICYMI: 82 year old MCC student’s story told around Arizona[…]
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Student Reporter: MCC Technology Recycling Events this weekend

By Joann Destigter On Saturday November 18th from 9:00 am to noon the Mohave Community College Computer Club (MC4) will hold a recycling event in Kingman and Bullhead City. In Kingman, MC4 is partnering with the City Public Works Department. The event will be held at the City of Kingman Public Works Yard at 3700 Read more about Student Reporter: MCC Technology Recycling Events this weekend[…]
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