Muskegon Community College News

MCC Board of Trustees to Hold Online Special Meeting on May 1

The Muskegon Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting online at noon on Friday, May 1, to discuss the Lakeshore Fitness Center. Individuals wishing to contact members of the Board of Trustees to provide input or ask questions on any business that will come before the Board at the meeting, should email cindy.deboef@muskegoncc.edu no […]

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Muskegon Community College nursing faculty in the new SIM Lab inside the Health and Wellness Center

MCC Nursing Program Receives Continued National Accreditation Through 2027

The Muskegon Community College Nursing Program has been granted full continuing accreditation through 2027 by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). The MCC program once again has received the highest praise from the ACEN, which granted it the maximum eight years of full continuing accreditation without conditions. Approved by the State of Michigan […]

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Kimberlee Mason

Old Habits Help MCC Nursing Alumna in the Battle Against COVID-19

In her more than two decades as a nurse, Kim Mason has never stopped being a lifelong learner, a trait she credits to her Muskegon Community College nursing instructors, especially Pam Brown. “She taught me to never reach a professional goal without setting the next one,” explained Mason, who went on to earn advanced nursing […]

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Amanda Krum, RN, BSN

A Lighthouse in Someone’s Storm: MCC Nursing Alumna to Answer New York’s Call for Help

Up until this point, Muskegon Community College alumna Amanda Jean Krum, RN, BSN admittedly hasn’t been “one of the many incredible nurses who face this virus head on.” That, however, will change this month when she answers the call for health professionals in the COVID-19 ravaged Metro New York region. A 2015 graduate of MCC’s […]

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Keegan Knue

MCC’s Respiratory Therapists on the Frontline Battling COVID-19

A seasoned respiratory therapist, Keegan Knue understood firsthand the toll that the escalating cases of COVID-19 would take on the Spectrum Hospital staff in Grand Rapids. Before Knue joined the Muskegon Community College faculty in 2017, he spent the previous 12 years working in Spectrum’s Respiratory Therapy Department. “This was my second home,” he said. […]

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MCC Board of Trustees to Conduct Online April 15 Meeting; RSVP by April 10 to Participate

The Muskegon Community College Board of Trustees will conduct its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, April 15, as an online meeting open to the public. The meeting will begin at 12:30 p.m. However, anyone interested in participating in the virtual meeting must pre-register by Friday, April 10, to allow College organizers to get an accurate […]

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MCC Winter 2020 Creative Writing Contest Winners Announced

The winners in Muskegon Community College’s Winter 2020 Creative Writing Contest, organized by the MCC English and Communications Department and the Muskegon Writers’ Series, have been selected. The top three places in each category are: POETRY First Place: Josie Buckingham – “From Sunrise to Sunset” Second Place: Keegan Colcleasure – “The Needles Above Us” Third Place: Stevie […]

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Former MCC Students May Be Eligible for Debt Forgiveness Program

Former Muskegon Community College students, who have financial holds up to $1,200 with MCC and who have not been enrolled at MCC for three academic years, are being encouraged to re-enroll under an initiative called the MCC Debt Forgiveness Program. Qualified students may be eligible to have their debt forgiven. In addition to the above […]

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