Deborah Rockman's "The Space Between Us" (12) 2012. Colored Pencil on Mylar over Digital Inkjet Print

Overbrook Gallery Features Works by Deborah Rockman Sept. 26-Oct.28

  A new exhibit, “Us and Them: Works by Deborah Rockman,” opens at the MCC Overbrook Art Gallery on Sept. 26 and will continue through Oct. 28. Free and open to the public, the exhibit is linked to the Muskegon Area Arts and Humanities Festival (ahFest), which explores this year’s theme of “Us and Them” […]

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MCC Announces Summer 2016 Session Academic Honors

The following Muskegon Community College (MCC) students have earned academic recognition for their grade point averages during the recently completed Summer 2016 Session. They are listed by alphabetically by hometown under each of the following two categories: Dean’s List Academic Honors List DEAN’S LIST Muskegon Community College (MCC) has named the following students to the […]

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MCC Holding Open House for ITT Tech Students Sept. 13 in Coopersville

Muskegon Community College will be hosting an open house in Coopersville on Tuesday, Sept. 13, for ITT Tech Institute students looking for an opportunity to smoothly transition and continue their college education. The event takes place from 5:30-7:30pm at MCC’s Coopersville location on 198 East St. On hand to answer questions will be MCC faculty, […]

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MCC to Celebrate 90th Year at Founder’s Day Celebration Sept. 15

Muskegon Community College will celebrate its 90th year with jazz, food, fun and a silent auction on Founder’s Day, Thursday, Sept. 15. The community is invited to join the party from 6-8:30 p.m. at Fricano Place, 1050 W. Western Ave. Muskegon Advance tickets are $20 until Saturday, Sept. 10, or $25 at the door and […]

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MCC Students Launch Floating Treatment Wetland to Improve Muskegon Lake

Muskegon Community College environmental science (BIOLOGY 110) students planted and launched a Floating Treatment Wetland (FTW) near the college’s Lakeshore Fitness Center shoreline on Sept. 2 as part of an innovative approach to directly improve water quality in the Muskegon Lake Watershed. FTWs are manmade ecosystems that biologically mimic natural wetlands. These floating wetlands remove […]

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“…And Justice for All” Series at MCC Presents “Defamation: The Play” Sept. 20

As part of its popular “…And Justice for All” series, MCC will host the nationally acclaimed Todd Logan show, “Defamation: The Play,” a riveting courtroom drama that explores the highly charged issues of race, religion, gender, class and the law with a twist – the audience is the jury. More than a play, the show […]

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MCC, MMA and Irish Festival Offer Celtic Art and History Lectures in September

A new MCC art one-credit course, “The Art and History of the Celts,” which runs from Sept.7-21, includes a required experiential learning excursion to the 2016 Michigan Irish Music Festival in Muskegon on Sept. 17-18. The course will also be offered as a non-credit community lecture series in partnership with the Muskegon Museum of Art (MMA) […]

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ATD to Create Advanced Manufacturing Career Pathways at MCC with Alcoa Foundation Grant

Achieving the Dream (ATD), a national non-profit dedicated to increasing community college student success, will begin a 16-month initiative designed to build a manufacturing talent pipeline in three communities, including Muskegon, by brokering stronger ties between community colleges in the ATD network and local manufacturing employers. With almost half a million dollars in funding from […]

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Richard and Ann Kraft Donate Record $300,000 for MCC’s Entrepreneurial ‘Fab Lab’

An MCC Distinguished Alumnus and his wife, Richard H and Ann U. Kraft, have donated $300,000 to the Foundation for Muskegon Community College (FMCC) to support a key component of the college’s Rooks|Sarnicola Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies in downtown Muskegon. The gift, which is the largest single non-corporate gift to MCC, was formally presented at […]

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Native American Heritage Month Replaces Sherman Alexie with Film Director Chris Eyre

Award-winning author Sherman Alexie, who was scheduled to be the keynote speaker at Muskegon Community College’s inaugural Native American Heritage Month in November, has cancelled all his scheduled out-of-town appearances through early 2017 for health-related reasons. MCC will replace the Spokane-based author with Chris Eyre, a nationally recognized film and television director and producer, who […]

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