Experiential Learning at MCC — Don’t Just Read About It, Be There!
Muskegon Community College’s Center for Experiential Learning is planning a trip to Europe, focusing on various battle sites of World War II. Perfect for history buffs, the 10-day journey begins in London, England and culminates in Paris, France in June 2017. read more about Experiential Learning
MCC on a Mission — Strategic Planning for the Next Five Years in Progress
It’s about what is best for MCC’s students, and planning involves input from many members of the community. In addition to staff and students, committee members include representatives from local school districts, business and industry, higher education partners, local and state government, and various community organizations. read more about Strategic Planning
MCC Revives Literary Magazine River Voices
An iconic Muskegon Community College magazine, River Voices is coming back from hiatus and ready to showcase student and local artistic talent. The magazine has been published in one form or another since 1959, and it’s current revival will be headed up by English instructor Shauna Hayes. read more about River Voices
Entrepreneurial Studies at MCC Boosted by Record $300,000 Gift
An MCC Distinguished Alumnus and his wife, Richard H. and Ann U. Kraft, have donated $300,000 to the Foundation for Muskegon Community College to support a key component of the college’s Rooks|Sarnicola Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies in downtown Muskegon. read more about Entrepreneurial Gift
Scholarships Help Keep Students in School
- Growing up in Vietnam, Van Vu always took inspiration from her mother’s dedication to being an accountant. read more about Growing up in Vietnam
- Lataja Cosse, the mother of four children, was suddenly without a career. read more about Lataja Cosse
Think Spring! Mark your calendar now for the 2017 Jayhawk Scramble
Looking for some entertainment? There’s always something happening on campus!