2017 Service Award recipient Sche Cornelius

MCC’s 31st Service Awards Luncheon Recognizes 36 Employees

The 31st Muskegon Community College Years of Service Luncheon on Jan. 18 recognized MCC employees who in 2016 celebrated a five-year anniversary employment date. Sponsored by the President’s Office, the event in Stevenson Center Room 1200 honored 36 employees who collectively have devoted 435 years of service to the college. Their supervisors were also invited […]

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MCC and Fr. Phil Legacy Project Hosting Winter Film Festival at Harbor Cinema

Muskegon Community College and the Fr. Phil Legacy Project are co-hosting the 2017 Winter Film Festival at the Harbor Cinema, 1937 Lakeshore Dr., in Muskegon. A different film will be shown on seven Sunday afternoons between Jan. 29-April 2 with a pre-film discussion of each movie. Doors open at the theater at 3 p.m. with […]

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Dr. John Selmon

Dr. John Selmon Named MCC Provost

MCC Vice President for Student Services and Administration John Selmon has been promoted to the position of Executive Vice President and Provost effective immediately. “In this new role, John will continue to report directly to me, but have broad and comprehensive responsibilities for the success of the institution in achieving their goals,” said MCC President […]

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MCC Alumni Association Co-Hosting 2017 Snurfer Competition Jan. 21

For a third consecutive year, the Muskegon Community College Alumni Association and the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex are hosting the Snurfer Challenge on the Blockhouse Hill in Muskegon State Park. The event will be held at noon on Saturday, Jan. 21. Participants can register that morning beginning at 10 a.m. at the Winter Sports Complex. […]

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MCC ‘Listening Tour’ Seeking Regional Input into New Strategic Plan

How can Muskegon Community College better meet the needs of our community? MCC President Dale Nesbary, along with members of the Strategic Planning committees, invite community members to participate in the college’s 2017-2022 strategic planning process. In January and early February, MCC will present and seek input on its upcoming strategic plan. The public is […]

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MLK Jr. Unity Breakfast Sold Out, Town Hall on ‘Uncertain Future’ Added

On Friday, Jan. 13, Alvin Herring, the director of Racial Equity and Community Engagement at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, will introduce a Town Hall session that will include breakouts concerning the uncertain future of reforms made over the last decade in the areas of Education, Civil Rights/Criminal Justice, Employment/Economic Development and Healthcare/Social Security. The Town […]

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Terri Tchorzynski

White House Honors MCC Alumna as 2017 Counselor of the Year

  MCC alumna Terri Knoll Tchorzynski, a counselor at the Calhoun Area Career Center in Battle Creek, was recognized Jan. 6 in Washington, D.C., as the recipient of the 2017 School Counselor of the Year award from the American School Counselor Association. The program, spearheaded by Michelle Obama as a part of her Reach Higher […]

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Distinguished Faculty Member Tim Trainor

Timothy N. Trainor Receives MCC Distinguished Faculty Award

Dr. Timothy N. Trainor, who taught computer information systems and psychology at Muskegon Community College for more than 33 years and who authored or co-authored more than 18 computer textbooks, has been awarded Distinguished Faculty status by Muskegon Community College. Trainor becomes the ninth MCC faculty member to earn the special recognition. Recipients are chosen […]

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Beatrix Potter Exhibit at MCC Library

MCC Library Display Commemorates Beatrix Potter’s 150th Birthday

The MCC Hendrik Meijer Library is commemorating the 150th anniversary of the birth of world famous English author Beatrix Potter, with a display of her books and a personal collection of 50 miniature Warne animal characters. An iconic author, illustrator, natural scientist, and conservationist, Potter is best known for her children’s books featuring animals, such […]

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Origins of the ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy’ Dec. 7 in Spring Lake

A famous trumpet player from Chicago way…could the Boogie Woogie Bugler actually be a West Michigan native? Find out on Wednesday evening, Dec. 7, when Muskegon Community College History instructor Kurt Troutman will share the story behind the WW II era Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, including Muskegon native Clarence Zylman’s role, on the 75th anniversary […]

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