We believe . . .
We believe everyone will benefit from the work of our dedicated students, faculty, and staff in making our campus and community the best it can be. Attend our programs, events and use the services and resources that will support your needs. Commit to participate.
The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee Members are:
- Dale Nesbary, President
- John Selmon, Provost and Executive Vice President
- Kelley Conrad, Vice President for Academic Affairs
- Kristine Anderson, Executive Director of Human Resources
- Dan Rinsema-Sybenga, Dean of Academic Affairs
- Andy Wible, Faculty, Arts and Humanities Department, and Ethics Institute Coordinator
- Cheryl Flannery, Early College Dean and Course Manager
- Nicholas Budimir, Faculty, Social Sciences Department
- Donella Cooper, Coordinator, Disability Support Services Specialist
- Ismael Enriquez, Faculty, Foreign Languages Department Coordinator
- Pamela Smith, Adjunct, Business Department
- Eli Fox, Institutional Research Analyst
- Yolanda Burris, Faculty, Nursing Department
- Student Representative
- Diversity: Diversity encompasses complex differences and similarities in perspectives, identities, and points of view among members of an institution as well as among individuals who make up the wider community. Diversity includes important and interrelated dimensions of human identity such as race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and expression, socio-economic status, nationality, citizenship, religion, sexual orientation, ability and age. Source: https://www.luther.edu/ed-accreditation/assets/Standard_4_IR__3_10_13.pdf
- Equity: Fairness or justice in the way people are treated. (Merriam-Webster)
- Inclusion: “The achievement of an environment in which all individuals are treated fairly and respectfully, have equal access to opportunities and resources, and can contribute fully to the organization’s success”. (Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) – http://www.talentintelligence.com/blog/bid/377611/inclusion-and-the-benefits-of-diversity-in-the-workplace
MCC’s Mission, Vision and Values
Programs, Training, Professional Development, Initiatives, Activities and Events
- And Justice For All
- Black History Month
- Continuing Education
- Experiential Learning
- International Studies
- MCC Lecture Series
- Disability Support Services – Room 2046A (231) 777-0309
Disability Support Services is an important part of the broad range of services offered at Muskegon Community College. Our goal is to provide effective services, materials, and resources that enable students with disabilities to be successful.
- Title IX – Room 2109 (231) 777-0350
Muskegon Community College is committed to developing and sustaining a healthy and diverse learning and working environment that recognizes the value of each individual. MCC advances a safe, pleasant and respectful culture for all, free from sexual violence and sexual harassment as well as dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. At MCC such behaviors are forms of sexual discrimination that are not tolerated and are prohibited by College policy and the law. For more Title IX resource information, call Counseling and Advising at (231) 777-0362 or Human Resources at (231 )777-0350.
- Student Success Department – Room 1055 (231) 777-0342
The Student Life Office brings you services, resources, activities, and events from the non-academic side of college life. We are committed to constantly evolving. We strive to be open-minded and flexible by responding to the needs of the campus and our community. Our staff and our programs aim to encourage the development of leadership skills, values, friendships and the opportunity to make a difference!
- Campus Security – (231) 777-0454
Safety Concerns, Lost and Found, and Wheelchair availability.
- Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies-Muskegon – email@example.com (231)777-0559
- Ethics Institute – (231) 777-0626 firstname.lastname@example.org
The goals of the Ethics Institute at Muskegon Community College are to stimulate dialogue, promote awareness, and nurture critical thinking on ethical topics.
Policies and Communications
- Academic Diversity – To assess, develop, and implement a diverse curriculum for students, support and provide professional development for faculty on issues of diversity, encourage a diverse faculty, provide a welcoming and engaging environment for all students, and create opportunities to empower our students to be successful in a wide array of academic areas and environments while at and once they graduate. Kelley Conrad, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Finance, Room 1309 (231) 777-0254.
- Human Resources – EEO Statement: Muskegon Community College continues to promote staff diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. MCC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, transgender status, political persuasion, disability, height, weight, veteran status, age or any other protected class in any of its educational programs, activities or employment. Minorities, women, veterans, and the physically challenged are encouraged to apply. Anyone with a disability will be reasonably accommodated by the College. If you have a disability and need an accommodation or assistance in applying for this position, please contact the Human Resources Office. Kristine Anderson, Executive Director of Human Resources, Room 2109 (231) 777-0350
- MCC TV – is a Muskegon Community College-owned station that markets educational, cultural, and informative programs that advance the mission of the College. Rod VanNortwick, MCC TV Manager – Room 1350 (231) 777-0541
- Marketing – through the Office of Community Outreach, promotes enrollment and educational opportunities in a diverse, equitable, and inclusive manner, reaching our students, staff and communities. Amy James, Director of Marketing and Branding – Room 1357E (231) 777-0547.