MCC Seeks feedback on Annual Report
New academic programs, student and faculty achievements, and launching initiatives responsive to community needs, are among the topics outlined in the recently released Muskegon Community College 2010-2011 Annual Report.
“The 2010-2011 Annual Report details the wide array of ways that MCC had adapted our academic and co-curricular programs and developed new opportunities that anticipate emerging trends,” said MCC President Dale K. Nesbary.
“As you read this publication, you will discover how we value our close working relationship with the local educators, community groups, businesses and the community at large in our ongoing effort to ensure we are creating the first and best choice for success.” Established as Muskegon’s first college in 1926, MCC continues to transform the community “as an educational, cultural and economic gateway to opportunity,” he added.
In addition to informing the community and thanking its donors, educational and business partners, MCC seeks feedback on its Annual Report and how well the college is responding to community needs. The public is encouraged to complete our online survey.
Download a pdf copy of our 2010-2011 Annual Report.