Students who take the area’s first-ever, college-level Social Media class beginning Jan. 9 will learn marketable skills desired by a majority of today’s employers, said Instructor Maria Andersen. “This is a course not only designed to help you understand the issues around social media but to establish yourself as someone who can use social media well.”Read More about New Social Media Class Offered
“Our beloved planetarium has been serving the community well for nearly 40 years, but it’s beginning to show its age and the facility is in dire need of renovation,” explained MCC President Dale K. Nesbary. “Spare parts for its aging equipment are no longer available, while technological advances are rendering some of the shows obsolete. We want to make sure this valuable community resource remains available, so last year our Foundation launched the ‘Reach for the Stars’ campaign.”Read More about Promote Science and Be a Star!
Adane Gebeyaw Kassa, Ed.D, project coordinator at the City Colleges of Chicago, has been named director of institutional research and grants at Muskegon Community College effective Dec. 12. He will oversee the college’s institutional research program, including its data collection, data analysis and data mining, as well as developing and facilitating its grant writing projects. […]Read More about Kassa named Director of Institutional Research and Grants
To MCC Colleagues: With the passing of Fred Meijer on November 25th, I would like to pay tribute to the Meijer family. As you know, our Hendrik Meijer Library/Information Technology Center was made possible with a very generous donation from Fred Meijer’s son, Hank, who continues the family’s legacy of philanthropy and pioneering spirit in […]Read More about MCC Pays Tribute to the Late Fred Meijer
The Muskegon Community College Wind and Jazz Ensembles will present their winter concert on Wednesday, Dec. 7, in the Overbrook Theater. The program, which is free and open to the public, begins at 7 p.m. The Wind Ensemble, conducted Daniel M. Meyers, opens with “At Dawn They Slept,” by Jay Bocook. The group will then […]Read More about Wind, Jazz Ensembles Perform Dec. 7
The College seeks the community’s feedback on its recently released 2010-11 Annual Report highlighting MCC’s academic programs, student and faculty achievements, and initiatives. “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.Read More about MCC Seeks feedback on Annual Report
The College Singers from Muskegon Community College will present their annual holiday concert on Sunday, Dec. 11, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 930 Creston St., Muskegon. The concert, which is free and open to the public, begins at 7 p.m. Donations will be accepted to defray costs associated with the group’s performances throughout the year. Directed […]Read More about The College Singers in Concert Dec. 11
World Aids Day Health Fair and Awareness Day on Dec. 1 in Muskegon Community College’s Collegiate Hall will feature health information and free testing in the morning and afternoon, and music, dance, presentations, networking and a moment of reflection during the early evening. The event, which is free and open to the public, is organized […]Read More about World AIDS Day Health Fair and Events Set for Dec. 1