News & Press Releases

News & Press Releases

NEW BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING COURSE GEARED FOR CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS

Monroe County Community College’s Applied Science and Engineering Technology Division has introduced a new building information modeling course for current and prospective building construction professionals that allows them to explore building and construction projects digitally before they are built Read Press Release

MCCC ELECTRICAL APPRENTICE WINS REGIONAL CRAFT CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIES FOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITION IN FLORIDA

A busy college football Saturday in November was not stopping top electrical apprentices from competing for the title of regional craft champion. Read Press Release

TWO CONCERTS INSPIRED BY THE HOLIDAY SEASON ON TAP IN DECEMBER

Monroe County Community College is hosting two special and unique events as part of the college’s holiday annual events season. Both of these events are free and open to the public. Read Press Release

MCCC, MCMHA PARTNER TO PROVIDE MENTAL HEALTH SCREENINGS, REFERRALS TO STUDENTS

MONROE, Mich. – Monroe County Community College and Monroe Community Mental Health Authority officials cut a ceremonial ribbon today to announce a partnership between the two organizations to provide mental health screenings and referrals to students on MCCC’s Main Campus four days per week. The ceremony took place in MCCC’s Student Success Center in Founder’s Hall, which is where students can access the services. Read Press Release

DONORS CAN DOUBLE THEIR GIFT TO THE FOUNDATION AT MCCC DURING #GIVINGTUESDAY NOVEMBER 29, 2022

This #GivingTuesday, November 29, 2022, The Foundation at Monroe County Community College will be participating once again in the global day of giving. Read Press Release

MCCC TO HOST PESTICIDE REVIEW CLASS DECEMBER 14, 2022

Monroe County Community College and Ned Birkey, MSU Extension Educator Emeritus, will present a Pesticide Training and Review class on Wednesday, December 14, 2021, at the Monroe County Community College. The class runs from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm and costs $35. Read Press Release

MCCC TO HOLD NURSING INFORMATION SESSIONS DEC. 1

Monroe County Community College’s Health Sciences Division will hold two information sessions on its nursing education options on Dec. 1 in Room 165 of the Welch Health Education Building (Bldg. H). Read Press Release

MCCC ANNOUNCES NOVEMBER'S CELEBRATING DIVERSITY INITIATIVE EVENTS FOR COMMUNITY

As part of Monroe County Community College's Celebrating Diversity initiative the college is hosting several events throughout the month of November. Most of the events are scheduled for one hour and will be held virtually, which allows participants to participate from anywhere in the world. More information about these, and other community events hosted by MCCC Read Press Release

MCCC DEDICATES NEW VETERANS CENTER; TO HOST VETS CELEBRATION NOV. 10 FOR COMMUNITY

Monroe County Community College officials cut the ceremonial ribbon Nov. 7 on a new Veterans Center. According to Gerald McCarty, director of student success at MCCC, the new center is a place where veterans can come to study, relax and find fellowship with other veterans. Read Press Release

INFO SESSIONS SCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER FOR STUDY ABROAD TRIP TO EASTERN EUROPE; STUDENTS, ALUMNI, COMMUNITY MEMBERS, INVITED TO PARTICIPATE

Monroe County Community College will host numerous informational sessions about the May 2023 short-term Study Abroad Program trip to Eastern Europe. Read Press Release

MCCC & SEMCA HOSTING 'ALL THINGS APPRENTICESHIP' EVENT NOV. 14

To kickoff 2022 National Apprenticeship Week in Southeast Michigan, Monroe County Community College will be hosting "All Things Apprenticeship - MCCC Edition" on Monday, November 14, 2022 from 9 a.m. - noon in the Career Technical Center on the college's main campus Read Press Release

DEC. 5 OPEN HOUSE FOR LEVEL 1 ELECTRICAL COURSE HOSTED BY MCCC, SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY

An open house for prospective electrical students will be held at MCCC on Monday, November 7 December 5, 2022, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. To RSVP, go to: bit.ly/SEMCA-Open-House. The Southeast Michigan Construction Academy will offer a Level 1 electrical course that will begin Tuesday, Jan. 3 and run through the beginning of August. Upon successful completion, students can enroll in Level 2 of SEMCA’s four-level training program. Read Press Release

WINTER 2023 SEMESTER REGISTRATION NOW UNDERWAY WALK-IN REGISTRATION ON WEDNESDAYS SIMPLIFIES PROCESS FOR STUDENTS AT MCCC

Registration for the Winter 2023 Semester is currently underway. Classes start Friday, January 6, 2023. Now is the best time to register for classes for the upcoming semester to ensure the best selection. To streamline the process, Walk-In Wednesdays begin November 9. Read Press Release

Math Boot Camp Prep Class starts Nov. 7

Monroe County Community College is offering two free, non-credit Math Boot Camp sessions (midday and evening), November 7 - December 7, 2022, to lessen anxiety about math before the kickoff of the Winter 2023 semester that begins January 6. The Math Boot Camp is open to current and future MCCC students and community members who want to improve their math skills. Read Press Release

MCCC, SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY ANNOUNCE WINTER SCHEDULE, NOV. 7 OPEN HOUSE FOR LEVEL 1 ELECTRICAL COURSE

The Southeast Michigan Construction Academy will offer a Level 1 electrical course that will begin Tuesday, Jan. 3 and run through the beginning of August. Upon successful completion, students can enroll in Level 2 of SEMCA’s four-level training program. Read Press Release

TWO CONCERTS, A VISITING ARTIST AND A VISIT FROM AN ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHOR HIGHLIGHT EVENTS NEXT WEEK AT MCCC OCT. 24 - 27

Next Week Monroe County Community College is hosting several special and unique events as part of the college’s annual events season. All of these events are free and open to the public. Read Press Release

MONROE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE SIGNS THE DETROIT REGIONAL TALENT COMPACT

Monroe County Community College signed the Detroit Regional Talent Compact, an equity-driven initiative led by the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Detroit Drives Degrees program. The Compact brings together stakeholders from business, philanthropy, government, K-12, and higher education to accomplish two goals: increase the region’s postsecondary attainment rate to 60% and reduce the racial equity gap by half by 2030. Read Press Release

MCCC’S STATE OF THE COLLEGE ADDRESS TO THE COMMUNITY SET FOR OCT. 27

Monroe County Community College President Dr. Kojo A. Quartey will present the State of the College Address to the Community on Oct. 27 from 8 a.m. -9 a.m. Read Press Release

MCCC INVITES THE COMMUNITY TO CELEBRATE DIVERSITY DURING THE MONTH OF OCTOBER

The community is invited to participate in Monroe County Community College’s October Diversity Events. The events will be held virtually via Zoom, which allows participants to participate from anywhere in the world. Read Press Release

MCCC TO HOST CANDIDATE FORUMS OCT. 19, 20

Monroe County Community College, in partnership with The Monroe News and the Monroe NAACP Branch 3164, will host two forums for area candidates seeking office in the upcoming November election. Read Press Release