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MCC Radiologic Technology graduate overcomes health issues, turns passion into purpose

MOHAVE COUNTY – Ashley Thimm has gone through a lot of obstacles in her life. She suffered the loss of a loved one and had many health issues. While attending River Valley High School she lost her mother and suffered a diabetic coma.  At a young age she was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, a Read more about MCC Radiologic Technology graduate overcomes health issues, turns passion into purpose[…]
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MCC libraries, computer labs open on all campuses as local pandemic numbers improve

MOHAVE COUNTY – Anyone who needs help with a research paper, access to databases, or just a place to study, the Mohave Community College Libraries are here to help.  The libraries are now open on each campus for students to check out materials, use a study room and the computers.  Other materials the library provides Read more about MCC libraries, computer labs open on all campuses as local pandemic numbers improve[…]
Posted on in Press Release, Student Life, Student Success.

MCC hires medical doctor with extensive educational leadership background to head college health professions division

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College is pleased to announced Dr. Liliya Tishchenko, M.D., to serve as the new Dean of Health Professions. She will provide leadership in the development of new programs and diversification of existing programs to help students and meet the needs of communities throughout Mohave County. “Dr. Tishchenko brings many years Read more about MCC hires medical doctor with extensive educational leadership background to head college health professions division[…]
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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 Read more about MCC hires student life expert to lead student and community engagement team  […]
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After 28 years MCC faculty member and Kingman native Dr. Andra Goldberg retires

MOHAVE COUNTY – Dr. Andra Goldberg has been a part of Mohave Community College primarily working as an instructor. She has taught many students the ins and outs of a computer and the skills necessary for a career. After nearly 28 years, she has decided to retire. When she first started she hoped to have Read more about After 28 years MCC faculty member and Kingman native Dr. Andra Goldberg retires[…]
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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 Read more about MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – June 2021[…]
Posted on in Events, Leadership, Press Release, Student Life, Student Success.

MCC graduate says college helped her find career passion, path to success

MOHAVE COUNTY – Elizabeth Najera is a Mohave Community College alumna who went from being an MCC Bighorn to an NAU Lumberjack, and is on her way to quickly becoming a future teacher.   Najera said she started college at MCC because of its affordability, small class sizes and excellent faculty.  She graduated a year early from Read more about MCC graduate says college helped her find career passion, path to success[…]
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MCC English Instructor Shares Firsthand Experience with Anti-Asian Racism

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College English Instructor John Hansen recently wrote about his experiences with anti-Asian racism and it was published by The National Council of Teachers of English.  It is called “The Other Pandemic: Anti-Asian Sentiment”. It was published during the month of May, which was Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.  Read more about MCC English Instructor Shares Firsthand Experience with Anti-Asian Racism[…]
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Free drive-in movie to celebrate MCC 50th Anniversary

KINGMAN – The Mohave Community College Foundation Kingman Chapter and Anderson Toyota invite the public to a FREE Drive-In Movie event to celebrate MCC’s 50th Anniversary! The college was founded in 1971, and the MCC foundation will be showing the 1971 release of Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory. There will be a concession stand Read more about Free drive-in movie to celebrate MCC 50th Anniversary[…]
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MCC surgical technology students ace national board exam

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College is pleased to announce that 100% of recent graduates from the Surgical Technology program passed the national board exam on the first attempt.   “We couldn’t be any prouder of this group, they stayed focused and determined during a time of crazy uncertainty, overcoming all obstacles, and achieving their goal Read more about MCC surgical technology students ace national board exam[…]
Posted on in Press Release, Student Success.

MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – May 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 – May 2021[…]
Posted on in Press Release.

MCC awards 1,550 degrees and certificates for 2020-2021

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College awarded a total of 1,550 associate degrees and certificates, and 113 high school equivalency diplomas for 2020 and 2021. 262 graduates attended the 2020-2021 Commencement ceremony Friday, May 14, and they are ready for the next step in their educational journey, or begin their career.   “The graduates you see Read more about MCC awards 1,550 degrees and certificates for 2020-2021[…]
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MCC graduate receives $10,000 cash for being chosen 2021 Kathy Hodel Most Outstanding Student

MOHAVE COUNTY – Misty Knight has faced some challenges and hardships during her life. She dropped out of high school to help provide for her family and help to take care of her mother who was diagnosed with a brain tumor.   For eight years she worked minimum wage jobs and said she “barely got by.”  After Read more about MCC graduate receives $10,000 cash for being chosen 2021 Kathy Hodel Most Outstanding Student[…]
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Graduation 2020-2021

Congratulations to all of the Mohave Community College graduates!  Below are the live recordings of the May, 14 2021 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Commencement Ceremonies.  You will also find the the Commencement Program Booklet here, which you can view and download.   5pm Commencement Ceremony Livestream Recording 11am Ceremony Livestream Recording Commencement Program Booklet Photos Read more about Graduation 2020-2021[…]
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MCC 2021 Commencement to Follow Updated CDC Guidance

MOHAVE COUNTY – The Centers for Disease Control announced today (5/13/2021) it is no longer recommending face coverings or social distancing for people who are fully vaccinated.   MCC has followed CDC guidance from the beginning of the pandemic, which means the college will not require face coverings and social distancing for those who have been Read more about MCC 2021 Commencement to Follow Updated CDC Guidance[…]
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