Michele Bogue, a faculty instructor on Mohave Community College’s Henry Campus-Bullhead City, holds Wilbur the guinea pig as part of the “Kiss the Kritter” fund-raiser put on by the Alpha Chi Psi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges.
Summer can be all about recreation or it can be about re-creation – creating a path to a new future with a new career through higher education. Traditional and online summer classes begin June 1 at Mohave Community College.
A cooperative effort by Mohave Community College, the MCC Foundation and Dr. John G. and Diana Lingenfelter will mean development of a new Licensed Practical Nurse program in new facilities if approved by the MCC Board of Governors at its regular meeting on Friday April 10.
Health care is a concern of everyone, and a Coffee at the College forum April 22 will bring administrators from many tri-state-area health care facilities together to answer questions and inform attendees of what is being offered.
Taylor Shea makes certain everyone knows which work belongs to her father, Matthew, a ceramics student, at the opening of the annual Student Art Exhibit in The Gallery on the Lake Havasu City campus of Mohave Community College on Friday.
The Global Concerns Club, a student group on the Lake Havasu City campus of Mohave Community College, will hold a free public Earth Day event focused on the importance of recycling and preserving the environment for future generations.
The movie “7 Pounds” will be shown free to the public on Friday at 7 p.m. in Room 200F of the Student Center on Mohave Community College’s Neal Campus-Kingman.
The Mohave Community College Small Business Development Center, in partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration, will offer a free public seminar to address current issues affecting existing businesses and information to assist new and potential small business owners in Mohave County.
Heidi Corrie, a physical therapist assistant student on the Lake Havasu City campus of Mohave Community College, helps serve dinner during an evening of entertainment Thursday at the Lake Havasu City Eagles Aerie.