Forty years ago, the first graduates of Mohave Community College were Licensed Practical Nursing students who earned certificates of completion and went into the workplace to help others. In those 40 years, some 7,000 people from throughout Mohave County have earned certificates and degrees from MCC. The student speaker for Mohave Community College’s 40th commencement [...]
Students in Mohave Community College’s Physical Therapist Assistant Program will combine suds with scholarship May 14 when they conduct a fundraising car wash at Liberty Tax, on the corner of South Lake Havasu and Swanson avenues in Lake Havasu City.
Graduating members of the Alpha Chi Chi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa received the gold-colored stoles and tassels they will wear during Mohave Community College’s commencement exercises on May 13 at the Mojave Crossing Event Center.
Dr. Nicolas Sanchez, left, dean of Mohave Community College’s Lake Havasu City Campus, presents Dillon Vaughn with the Campus Dean’s Award at the Student Recognition Luncheon on May 6. Vaughn, who is earning his associate’s degree with an emphasis in art, was also named to this year’s All-Arizona Academic Team and earned a full scholarship [...]
Many hugs and a few tears accompanied the naming of the most outstanding students of the 2010-11 academic year during the annual Student Recognition Luncheon today on the Lake Havasu City Campus of Mohave Community College.
The En Croix Ballet Ensemble, comprised of students in ballet classes offered through Mohave Community College’s Community Outreach Program, will perform its annual recital May 21 in the Performing Arts Center at Lake Havasu High School.
Registration is under way for summer at Mohave Community College and classes begin June 6. “Summer is a great preparation time for students,” said MCC President Michael Kearns. “Those who plan to begin a career/technical program in the fall can complete any prerequisites; and those who have been out of school for a while can [...]
The 40th commencement for Mohave Community College will be an occasion to honor retiring instructor Paul Bowers, after 22 years of service to the college and its students. Bowers, who came to the Bullhead City campus after 13 years of teaching at the middle school and high school level, was uniquely adept at teaching Transitional [...]
Mohave Community College student ambassadors, in red shirts, greet juniors from Kingman High School as they arrived last week at MCC for Career Quest on MCC’s Neal Campus-Kingman. The day-long event introduced the high school students to the campus and gave them a close-up look at many of MCC’s career and academic programs.