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MCC Board of Governors selects next college president

The Mohave Community College Board of Governors has chosen Dr. Stacy Klippenstein to be the next president of the college. “I am honored to be part of this commitment and will work tirelessly to uphold the mission, vision, and values of this great institution,” said Dr. Klippenstein, who currently serves as the President of Miles Read more about MCC Board of Governors selects next college president[…]
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Many great stories among the hundreds of 2019 MCC graduates

More than 600 Mohave Community College students are getting ready for their next big step in life, as they prepare to graduate from Mohave Community College. The college just announced, 587 students will be awarded degrees and/or certificates in 2019 and that number will go higher because students are still submitting graduation applications, including students Read more about Many great stories among the hundreds of 2019 MCC graduates[…]
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Laurel Clifford is the 2019 Service to Students Award Winner

Mohave Community College is honoring Math Instructor Laurel Clifford for her outstanding efforts to help students.  “She is truly a phenomenal teacher who puts the students first,” wrote the student who nominated Clifford for the Ellen Licari Service to Students award.   Laurel worked with Ellen Licari at the Lake Havasu City campus, and watched Ellen Read more about Laurel Clifford is the 2019 Service to Students Award Winner[…]
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Financial Aid to Present at National Training Conference

Another exciting announcement from financial aid comes along with a big honor in Orlando Florida. Brenda Averette will be presenting 2019 PowerFAIDs User and Training & Conference in Orlando, FL on June 21-22. PowerFAIDs is the software that MCC’s Financial Aid Department, as well as countless other institutions, uses to process and disburse Financial Aid, Read more about Financial Aid to Present at National Training Conference[…]
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Art show proves local students have major talent

The River Valley Arist’s Guild and MCC Art Club Tri-State High School Art Show was a huge success at the college’s Bullhead City campus.  People enjoyed viewing artwork from students throughout the region and voted on their favorite.   Congratulations to River Valley High School Student Ernest Elkins for his artwork Fix the Sink, which won Best Read more about Art show proves local students have major talent[…]
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Married Couple Attends MCC Truck Driving School Together

As their son was graduating high school and began planning for his future, Christopher and Stephanie Wilson decided it was also time to change their future. Stephanie has worked in the medical field since she was 19, and spent the last six years of her life managing a medical clinic. Christopher, an Mohave Community College Read more about Married Couple Attends MCC Truck Driving School Together[…]
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MCC President Candidates answer questions (Video)

If you missed any of the MCC President Candidate Meet & Greets, you can view the candidates answering questions submitted by students, employees and the community.   The MCC Governing Board will soon choose one of the four finalists.  Your can view the hiring process timeline at the MCC Search for the Next President web page.  Read more about MCC President Candidates answer questions (Video)[…]
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MCC Board will consider increase in tax levy to generate $494,224

Arizona Revised Statues make it possible for community colleges to increase property tax levies each year by 2 percent over the prior year’s amount. For Fiscal Year 2018-2019, this 2 percent represents a total increase of $494,224 in the college’s total property tax levy. That means for a home valued at $100,000, the cost would Read more about MCC Board will consider increase in tax levy to generate $494,224[…]
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MCC Culinary students shine, one a high school student

The Mohave Community College Culinary Arts students recently held another very successful semi-annual dinner for culinary industry leaders and educators. The guest list included chefs, along with food and beverage industry managers in the tri-state region. “We have a lot of graduates who work locally, including in many of the casinos in Laughlin,” said MCC Read more about MCC Culinary students shine, one a high school student[…]
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Summer classes get you ahead of the curve

  The enrollment window is now open for Summer and Fall classes at Mohave Community College.  You can view the Course Schedules online, and set up an appointment with an Advisor through Student Support Connections or call 1-866-664-2832.  If you’re not an MCC student, you can apply for free and get started on your path to success.  Currently, a Read more about Summer classes get you ahead of the curve[…]
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