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MCCC PUBLISHES THIS YEAR'S EDITION OF “IMAGES” FINE ARTS MAGAZINE

Monroe County Community College has published the 35th edition of Images, its annual publication of poetry, prose and art. Read Press Release

BENJAMIN CAPAUL NAMED 2021 ALUMNUS OF THE YEAR FOR MONROE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

The Monroe County Community College Board of Trustees has honored local funeral director Benjamin “Benny” David Capaul with the college’s 2021 Alumnus of the Year Award. Read Press Release

MCCC ANNOUNCES DEAN'S LIST

Monroe County Community College is pleased to announce the 2021 Winter Semester Dean’s List. Read Press Release

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION TO HOST 26TH ANNUAL GOLF OUTING

The Monroe County Community College Alumni Association will host its 26th annual golf outing this Fall to raise money for student scholarships. Read Press Release

MCCC AWARDS PERFORMING MUSIC SCHOLARSHIPS

Monroe County Community College has awarded performing music scholarships (band and choir) to Ronald Burgard III, Angelina Duarte, Lily Hatkow, Savannah Hoffman, Owen Hoffner, Aleyna Marketto, Zackary Masserant and Ryan Pierce. Read Press Release

STUDENTS CAN NOW COMPLETE MORE THAN 60 PERCENT OF EMU SPORTS MANAGEMENT BACHELOR’S DEGREE AT MCCC

Monroe County Community College students can now complete more than 60 percent of a bachelor’s degree in sports management at the college thanks to a new agreement with Eastern Michigan University. Read Press Release

INFORMATION SESSION FOR MCCC'S NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED RESPIRATORY THERAPY PROGRAM SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 21, 2021 LAST INFO SESSION BEFORE DEADLINE TO APPLY, JUNE 24, 2021

The Respiratory Therapy Program at Monroe County Community College will host a one-hour long RT career information session for the public on Monday, June 21, 2021, at 2:30 p.m.. on Zoom. To attend a session Read Press Release

MCCC AWARDS PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS

Monroe County Community College has awarded Presidential Scholarships at MCCC to Brooke Benitez, Caleb Comstock, Alyssa Cousino, Evan Dyer, Brook Montri, Tori Potter and Josie Sonnenberg. Read Press Release

MCCC OFFERING EXCEL AND POWERPOINT TRAINING TO COMMUNITY

Monroe County Community College's Office of Workforce Development will be offering four of the most requested and popular Microsoft Office non-credit courses to local businesses and individuals this summer. All of these courses will be presented via Zoom. Read Press Release

PANEL TO DISCUSS VIOLENCE AGAINST ASIAN AMERICANS ON MAY 27

The community is invited to participate in a special panel discussion, "Violence Against Asian Americans: A Perspective," at 11 a.m. This virtual panel discussion will be presented via Zoom and is one of Monroe County Community College's May Diversity Month Series Read Press Release

MONROE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE LEADS STATE IN ENROLLMENT INCREASES FOR SUMMER 2021

Monroe County Community College started the Summer 2021 semester on Monday, May 10, with record increases in enrollment following a difficult year for students, faculty and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read Press Release

INFORMATION SESSIONS FOR MCCC'S NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED RESPIRATORY THERAPY PROGRAM SCHEDULED FOR MAY 20

The Respiratory Therapy Program at Monroe County Community College will host one-hour long RT career information sessions for the public on Thursday, May 20, 2021, at 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Zoom. Read Press Release

MCCC INVITES COMMUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN ZOOM SESSIONS HIGHLIGHTING JEWISH AMERICAN and PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE MONTH EVENTS

Monroe County Community College is celebrating Jewish American Month and Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with a full slate of programming Read Press Release

STAFF OF MCCC'S STUDENT NEWSPAPER WIN NUMEROUS STATE AWARDS FOR "AGORA" EDITIONS AND ARTICLES FOR 2020-2021

The staff of Monroe County Community College’s student newspaper, Agora, has once again earned numerous state-level awards in 2021. Read Press Release

MCCC STUDENTS CAN SAVE TIME AND MONEY TRANSFERRING TO WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY THROUGH NEW ENGINEERING DEGREE AGREEMENTS

Four new articulation agreements between Monroe County Community College and Wayne State University will allow MCCC students who follow a prescribed plan of study to transfer as many as 90 credits to WSU Read Press Release

MCCC OFFERS FOUR-WEEK CERTIFIED NURSING AID COURSE BEGINNING JUNE 14

Monroe County Community College is once again offering its Certified Nurse Aid non-credit course this summer. The CNA course, offered in partnership with ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital and Michigan Works! Read Press Release

MEDIA ALERT: NEW AGREEMENTS TO BE ANNOUNCED BY MCCC AND WAYNE STATE THAT EASE TRANSFER INTO NUMEROUS WSU ENGINEERING PRGRAMS

Officials will announce new agreements between Wayne State University and Monroe County Community College that will allow MCCC students to save time and money transferring to WSU to complete numerous engineering program degrees. Read Press Release

MCCC Study Abroad Trip Planned in 2022 to Visit Eastern Europe

Members of the community are invited to join students and alumni from Monroe County Community College to learn more about short-term study abroad programs during virtual informational meetings on Wednesday, April 21 at 6 p.m. and at noon on Thursday, April 22. Information about the May 2022 MCCC Business and Culture Eastern Europe Study Abroad Program and the 2023 study abroad programs being planned will be presented. Read Press Release

MCCC TO HOST VIRTUAL PRESENTATION ON THE IMPORTANCE OF GETTING VACCINATED

On Friday, April 16, Monroe County Community College will host a virtual presentation by regional health care leaders about the importance of getting vaccinated. Read Press Release

MCCC INVITES COMMUNITY TO CELEBRATE DIVERSITY, ARAB AMERICAN & MIDDLE EASTERN CULTURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT WITH VIRTUAL EVENTS IN APRIL

Monroe County Community College is celebrating Diversity, Arab American & Middle Eastern Culture and the Environment with several unique events throughout the month of April 2021. All of the events are scheduled for one hour and will be held virtually, which allows participants to participate from anywhere in the world. Read Press Release