NEWS RELEASES (COVID-19)

MCCC TO NEW, CURRENT STUDENTS: ‘LIFE HAS CHANGED, YOUR PLANS DON’T HAVE TO’
May 20, 2020
Fall Registration is Open; College Offering Online, 'Hybrid' Courses Monroe County Community College leaders have a reassuring message for prospective and current MCCC students: Despite all the uncertainty created by COVID-19, they can still work toward meeting their higher educational and career goals this fall. READ PRESS RELEASE

COVID-19 UPDATE: SUSPENSION OF REGISTRATION FOR ON-GROUND CLASSES EXTENDED; STUDENTS CAN STILL REGISTER FOR ONLINE AND BLENDED CLASSES

May 6, 2020

Due to continuing concerns about COVID-19, Monroe County Community College has extended its suspension of registration for fully on-ground Fall Semester classes into early next week; however, students can still register for online and blended classes – classes that are primarily online with limited on-ground attendance. READ PRESS RELEASE

COVID-19 UPDATE: SUMMER PORTION OF PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM POSTPONED UNTIL FALL, NO NEW COHORT FOR WINTER
May 1, 2020
Due to limitations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Monroe County Community College has postponed the Summer Semester portion of its Practical Nursing certificate program curriculum until the Fall 2020 Semester and will not admit a new cohort of students into the program for Winter Semester 2021. 

The current cohort of Practical Nursing program students will graduate in May 2021 rather than December. These students were notified of the situation and their academic plan going forward via an official email earlier this week from Dr. Kim Lindquist, dean of the Health Sciences Division and director of nursing.  READ PRESS RELEASE

MCCC Faculty and Staff Fabricate Face Shields and Secure PPE Thanks to Donations from Partners and Employees

April 29, 2020

Monroe County Community College’s new Makerspace facility has been a hive of activity as faculty and staff have been called into action to produce face shields and secure other essential PPE (personal protective equipment) to support the efforts to protect frontline personnel fighting COVID-19. READ PRESS RELEASE

REMOTE OR COMBINATION OF REMOTE/HYBRID FORMATS BEING CONSIDERED FOR ALL FALL CLASSES

April 24, 2020

Due to continuing concerns about Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), Monroe County Community College is exploring the possibility of offering 100 percent of classes via remote formats or a combination of online and hybrid formats for the Fall Semester, said Dr. Kojo A. Quartey, president. READ PRESS RELEASE

REGISTERED NURSING PROGRAM APPLICATION DATE MOVED TO JULY 1; TWO ATI TEAS TESTING DATES CANCELLED

April 23, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Monroe County Community College has moved back the application deadline for the Registered Nursing program by slightly more than a month and cancelled two of four upcoming ATI TEAS, or Test of Essential Academic Skills, dates on campus. READ PRESS RELEASE

ALL ON-CAMPUS EVENTS DURING SPRING, SUMMER CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS
April 16, 2020
Due to continued concerns about Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), all scheduled on-campus events and on-ground non-credit classes at Monroe County Community College during the…READ PRESS RELEASE

MCCC CAMPUS CLOSURE EXTENDED DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS
April 8, 2020
Due to concerns about Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the current closure of the Monroe County Community College campus to all external individuals will be extended through May 2, READ PRESS RELEASE

MCCC DONATES, LOANS VITAL MEDICAL EQUIPMENT TO LOCAL HOSPITALS
March 27, 2020
To assist local medical providers in the fight against COVID-19, Monroe County Community College has donated or loaned important preventive supplies and life-saving medical equipment to area hospitals. READ PRESS RELEASE

MCCC MAKES $50,000 IN EMERGENCY SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS TO ASSIST STUDENTS WITH COMPLETION OF WINTER 2020 COURSES DURING COVID-19 SITUATION
March 27, 2020
The Foundation at Monroe County Community College is making $50,000 in scholarship support immediately available for students who now unexpectedly need financial assistance to complete the current Winter 2020 Semester. READ PRESS RELEASE

MCCC TO OFFER SUMMER SEMESTER FULLY ONLINE TO SERVE COMMUNITY AMID COVID-19 CONCERNS
March 25, 2020
To best serve students and the community amid concerns about Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), Monroe County Community College will offer Summer Semester 2020 fully online. READ PRESS RELEASE

MCCC CAMPUS TO CLOSE MARCH 20 - APRIL 12 DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS
March 19, 2020
Due to concerns about COVID-19 and the Governor’s Executive Order 2020-21, the Monroe County Community College campus will be closed to all external individuals effective Friday, March 20 through Monday, April 13 at 11:59 p.m.   READ PRESS RELEASE

MCCC ANNOUNCES COVID-19 UPDATES FOR INSTRUCTION, EVENTS
March 17, 2020
MONROE, Mich. – In its continuing efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, Monroe County Community College is announcing several updates on classroom instruction and events. These include: READ PRESS RELEASE

MCCC ANNOUNCES CHANGES TO CLASSROOM TEACHING AND LEARNING DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
March 12, 2020
MONROE, Mich. – In an effort to slow the spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID -19), effective immediately, Monroe County Community College is initiating numerous measures in relationship to classroom teaching and learning, MCCC President Dr. Kojo Quartey and Vice President of Instruction Grace Yackee have announced. READ PRESS RELEASE

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