A Muskegon Community College nursing instructor works with a student in the lab.

MCC’s Nursing Program Ranked Second in Michigan for 2020

Muskegon Community College’s Nursing Program has been ranked second among all the schools within the State of Michigan as the best institutions to pursue an associate degree in nursing in 2020. The rankings, conducted by nursingprocess.org, were the result of a thorough analysis using a well-defined methodology of the 72 schools approved by the Michigan […]

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MCC to Celebrate Black History Month 2020 in February  

Muskegon Community College will celebrate Black History Month 2020 with several events during the month of February. All the events, with the exception of the Love In Action Awards Dinner, are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Trynette Lottie-Harps in the MCC Community Outreach Office at (231) 777-0559.  BLACK HISTORY MONTH […]

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MCC employees honored for the years of service included: (left to right) Donna Warner (30 years), Lois Smith (30 years), Lori Bailey (35 years), Diana Casey (20 years), Sherri Deboef-Chandler (20 years), Amy James (20 years) and Stacey DeBrot (20 years).

MCC Honors 31 Employees at Years of Service Award Luncheon

Muskegon Community College recognized 31 employees at its 34th Years of Service Awards Luncheon held Jan. 15 in Stevenson Center Room 2303. The employees, who collectively have devoted 475 years of service to MCC, celebrated a five-year anniversary employment date in 2019. Their supervisors were also invited to the event sponsored by the President’s Office. […]

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Refugee camp for syrian people on May 19, 2019 in Azez, Syria. In the civil war that began in Syria on 2011, 12 million people were displaced.

Panelists and Films to Focus on Syrian Refugee Tragedy Feb. 6

“Syria: The Never Ending Refugee Tragedy,” a panel discussion and film presentation, will take place at Muskegon Community College’s Sturrus Technology Center, 388 W. Clay, on Thursday, Feb. 6,  from 6-8 p.m. The event, which is free and open to the public, is co-sponsored by Holocaust and Genocide Studies – Muskegon and the MCC Center […]

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MCC student Stephanie Carr to compete in 2020 World GeoBowl. She poses next to the antique globe once housed in Hackley Library and now located in MCC's Hendrik Meijer Library.

MCC Student to Compete in 2020 World GeoBowl on April 7

Muskegon Community College student Stephanie Carr of North Muskegon, MI, was recently selected to represent the East Lakes Division of the American Association of Geographers in the annual World GeoBowl on April 7 during the annual American Association of Geographers (AAG) meeting in Denver, CO. Held annually since 1993, the World GeoBowl is an international quiz […]

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Dr. Michael Kilburn

Notre Dame Director to Address Lack of Diversity in STEM Fields Jan. 30 at MCC

Dr. Michael Kilburn will discuss an ongoing challenge facing the science, technology, engineering and math fields with his talk “Why STEM (Still) Lacks Diversity” on Thursday, Jan. 30, at Muskegon Community College. Part of the MCC 2019-20 Lecture Series, the talk is free and open to the public and begins at 6 p.m. in Stevenson […]

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"Over and Below Blue" by Erin Hoffman

‘A House Divided’ on Exhibit Jan. 21 to Feb. 28 in Overbrook Gallery

“A House Divided,” an exhibition of artwork by MCC art faculty member Erin Hoffman, will be shown from Jan. 21 through Feb. 28 in the Overbrook Art Gallery. A closing reception will be held on Thursday, Feb. 27, from 3:30-5 p.m. in the Overbrook lobby with Hoffman discussing her works at 4 p.m. in the […]

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Theo Wilson

Theo Wilson to Address Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Breakfast Jan. 17

Theo Wilson, a Renaissance man who infiltrated the alt right and now offers insights into hate speech, will provide the keynote address at the sold-out 24th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Breakfast on Friday, Jan. 17, 2020 at 7:30 a.m. in Muskegon Community College’s Collegiate Hall. The annual event celebrates the memory of […]

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MCC at night

MCC Develops New Academic Planning Guidelines

Guided by the college’s strategic goal of developing new academic planning principles, Muskegon Community College faculty and staff devoted the 2019 calendar year to effectively laying the groundwork to achieve that aim. At Faculty Seminar Days in January and continuing with “town hall meetings” in February, MCC instructors began the “Discovering our Pride and Purpose” […]

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Fall 2019 Creative Writing Contest Winners Announced

The winners in Muskegon Community College’s Fall 2019 Creative Writing Contest, organized by the MCC English and Communications Department and the Muskegon Writers’ Series, have been selected. The top places in each category are: POETRY First Place: James O’ Banion for “By the Threshold” Second Place: Morgyn Weinert for “Sundays are a Battlefield” Third Place: […]

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