News & Press Releases

News & Press Releases

ZOOM MEETING FOR PUBLIC REGARDING COVID-19 VACCINES WILL BE HELD JANUARY 5, 2021

MONROE, Mich. – A Panel Discussion on : "The Importance of the COVID-19 Vaccine in General and in the Black Community" will be held January 5, 2021, 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Via Zoom. The public is invited and welcome to participate. Read Press Release

MCCC OFFERING NON-CREDIT TRAINING FOR BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY IN JANUARY ALL COURSES WILL BE PRESENTED VIA ZOOM

Monroe County Community College's Office of Workforce Development will be offering seven unique non-credit training sessions and courses in January. The classes are created with area businesses and industry in mind and are a great opportunity for individuals who are looking to add new skills and knowledge in the new year. These sessions will all be presented using the Zoom format. Read Press Release

MCCC TO HOST 'VIRTUAL CAMPUS TOUR AND INFORMATION NIGHT'

Monroe County Community College will host a virtual campus tour and information night on December 17 from 6-7 p.m. via Zoom Web Conferencing. Read Press Release

MCCC, UTOLEDO SIGN TRANSFER AGREEMENT FOR BUSINESS PROGRAMS

With a few pen strokes, Monroe County Community College and The University of Toledo made it easier for students to begin their studies in business at MCCC and finish them at UToledo. Read Press Release

MCCC’S STATE OF THE COLLEGE ADDRESS TO THE COMMUNITY SET FOR DECEMBER 17

Monroe County Community College President Dr. Kojo A. Quartey will present the State of the College Address to the Community on Dec. 17 at 10:30 a.m. via Zoom web conferencing. Read Press Release

MCCC TO CONTINUE REMOTE INSTRUCTION THROUGH END OF FALL SEMESTER

MONROE, Mich. – In response to Governor Whitmer's recent "pause" order, 100 percent of MCCC instruction will continue to be delivered remotely online and/or in blended formats with virtual meetings until the end of the Fall Semester, Dr. Grace Yackee, vice president of instruction, has announced. Read Press Release

INFLUENZA VACCINATION CLINIC SET FOR TUESDAY AT MCCC

The Monroe County Health Department will hold an influenza vaccination clinic from 9 a.m. to noon and 1-3 p.m. Tuesday, December 8 at Monroe County Community College. Read Press Release

MCCC OFFERING POPULAR ELECTRICAL APPRENTICESHIP -- LEVEL 1 TRAINING PROGRAM THIS WINTER REGISTRATION NOW OPEN -- CLASSES BEGIN JAN. 4, 2021

Due to high demand, Monroe County Community College, the Associated Builders and Contractors of Southeast Michigan and Southeast Michigan Construction Academy are once again offering the Electrical Apprenticeship – Level 1 training program beginning Monday, Jan. 4, 2021 through July 2021. Read Press Release

MCCC BOOKSTORE OFFERS NEW HUSKY-BRANDED MERCHANDISE FOR PURCHASE ONLINE

Just in time for the holidays, the Monroe County Community College Bookstore is offering a number of new MCCC Husky-branded products for online purchase via its website. Read Press Release

‘ONE BOOK, ONE COMMUNITY’ 2021 BOOK LAUNCH SET FOR NOV. 23

The One Book, One Community of Monroe County Committee will launch this spring’s community read selection – “The Vanishing Half” – by Brit Bennett on Nov. 23 via video. Read Press Release

THE FOUNDATION AT MCCC AWARDS THE RALPH E. MAHALAK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Foundation at Monroe County Community College has awarded the Ralph E. Mahalak Memorial Scholarship to Joshua Hutsko. The $1,000 scholarship is to be used for tuition, book, fees and supplies. Read Press Release

THE FOUNDATION AT MCCC AWARDS THE RUTHIE MERRITT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Foundation at Monroe County Community College has awarded the Ruthie Merritt Memorial Scholarship to Sarah Pierce. The $1,150 scholarship is to be used for tuition. Read Press Release

THE FOUNDATION AT MCCC AWARDS THE JOANNE D. SMITH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Foundation at Monroe County Community College has awarded the Joanne D. Smith Memorial Scholarship to Kayla Homolka. The $1,250 scholarship is used to cover costs of tuition, book and fees. Read Press Release

THE FOUNDATION AT MCCC AWARDS THE DEBORAH L. BEAGLE MEMORIAL ACCOUNTING SCHOLARSHIP

The Foundation at Monroe County Community College has awarded the Deborah L. Beagle Memorial Accounting Scholarship to Faith O’Neal. The $1,000 scholarship is to be used for tuition, books and fees. Read Press Release

MCCC AWARDS DR. FLORENCE AMES FINE ART SCHOLARSHIP

Monroe County Community College has awarded the Dr. Florence Ames Fine Art Scholarship to Victoria Gerard. The $925 scholarship is to be used for tuition, fees and books. Read Press Release

THE FOUNDATION AT MCCC AWARDS THE JACOBS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP

The Foundation at Monroe County Community College has awarded the Jacobs Engineering Technology Scholarship to Jacqueline Pacheco and Payton VanStaveren. Each $1,000 scholarship is to be used for tuition, fees, books and supplies Read Press Release

THE FOUNDATION AT MCCC AWARDS THE TERRI McCONNAUGHEY SCHOLARSHIP

The Foundation at Monroe County Community College has awarded the Terri McConnaughey Scholarship to Brittanie Bruck. The $500 scholarship is to be used for tuition, books and fees. Read Press Release

ALL CLASSES, EXCEPT THOSE IN HEALTH AREAS, TO BE OFFERED REMOTELY NOV. 18-DEC. 8; COLLEGE TO REMAIN OPEN

MCCC President Dr. Kojo A. Quartey has announced that in response to Department of Health and Human Services Emergency Order on Nov. 15, all Monroe County Community College classes, with the exception of those in health areas, will be offered remotely from Wednesday, Nov 18 through Tuesday, Dec. 8. Read Press Release

MCCC PARTNERS WITH NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY TO OFFER FREE, CAREER-RELATED WORKSHOPS

Monroe County Community College’s Office of Workforce Development is partnering with Northwood University to bring two free, career-related workshops to its students and community in November. Both are interactive, virtual workshops and open to the public. Read Press Release

MCCC WINS 7 AWARDS FOR MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS EXCELLENCE

Monroe County Community College won seven District 3 Medallion Awards for community college communications yesterday at the District 3 National Council for Marketing and Public Relations Medallions ceremony. Read Press Release