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Mohave Newswire

MCC expands instructor pool

Posted by on 07.21.14 in Press Release

Mohave Community College is expanding its associate faculty pool for the fall semester, which begins Aug. 25. Associate faculty teaches part-time for the college, and instructors can be qualified based on a variety of criteria, according to Jennifer Picard, MCC’s associate faculty liaison. For the fall semester, MCC is hiring in more than 20 discipline [...]

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MCC Success by Design overall winner-Willow Allmon

‘Success by Design’ scholarship recipients

Posted by on 07.17.14 in Events, Student Success

Willow Allmon was in church when someone handed her a flyer for Mohave Community College’s “Success by Design” live-art, scholarship competition. “At this time, I thought there was no way I could go back to school because of finances, but then this opportunity came about and I thought, why not give it a shot,” said [...]

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MCC-CIS class

Enrollment for new HIT program under way

Posted by on 07.14.14 in Press Release

Mohave Community College is enrolling students into a new program that is projected to be one of the strongest areas of career demand through 2022, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The Health care Information Technology (HIT) degree program teaches students how to electronically record and manage patient health information data. They code [...]

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MCC financial aid checklist

New students urged to complete FAFSA

Posted by on 07.10.14 in Press Release

Mohave County residents who are interested in taking fall classes at Mohave Community College and who want to apply for federal financial aid are strongly urged to start the application process now. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) should be completed online by Tuesday, July 15 to assist in the timely process of [...]

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MCC CIS class

New report reveals top career fields for graduates

Posted by on 07.09.14 in Press Release

A new federal report reveals the top-ranking employment fields for graduates with bachelor’s degrees are computer and information sciences, engineering, business and health care. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) released its report, “Baccalaureate and Beyond,” on July 8, which tracked the employment of students who graduated with bachelor’s degrees in 2007-2008. The report [...]

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MCC radiologic technology program

Rad tech earns accreditation

Posted by on 07.08.14 in Press Release

Mohave Community College’s radiologic technology program has received an initial three-year accreditation. The status assures students that they are acquiring an education in accordance with high academic standards. The program earned its accreditation from the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). The JRCERT is the only agency recognized by the U.S. Department [...]

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Mohave Newswire

New opportunity for first-time MCC students

Posted by on 06.24.14 in Press Release

Mohave Community College is offering a lowered tuition rate and an easier enrollment opportunity for first-time MCC students for this fall semester.  New students can bypass an academic placement exam, typically required for enrollment, and take one of 30 selected classes for half of the normal course cost. http://www.mohave.edu/academics/50-tuition-rate-for-your-first-class The opportunity is available to all [...]

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Success by Design

Live-art scholarship contest entries available

Posted by on 06.23.14 in Press Release

Mohave Community College is excited to award more than $7,000 in scholarships during the third “Success by Design” live art competition to be offered from 4-7 p.m. on each of the three southern campuses on Thursday, July 10. The event is open to the public to participate and to watch. Contestants will be given a [...]

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MCC welcomes new Havasu Dean

Posted by on 06.23.14 in Press Release

Mohave Community College welcomes its new Lake Havasu City campus dean, Dr. Paula Norby. Dr. Norby moved to Lake Havasu City in May to begin leading the campus upon the retirement of the former dean Dr. Nicholas Sanchez. Dr. Sanchez had served as dean of the Havasu campus since 2005. Norby said the vibrancy of [...]

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Mohave Newswire

MCC, ASU-Havasu share common goals, good times

Posted by on 06.19.14 in Press Release

At a recent meeting of Arizona’s university and community college presidents, Mohave Community College President Dr. Michael Kearns pointed out to Arizona State University President Dr. Michael Crow that MCC is the first community college to ever defeat ASU in football. Kearns was referring to an intermural flag football game played last year between MCC [...]

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