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Arizona history topic of next MCC Coffee at the College

Posted by on 04.13.11 in Press Release

Well-known local historian Rick Kingsbury will speak on Arizona history at a Coffee at the College presentation, April 20 from 3-4 p.m. in Room 600 on the Lake Havasu City campus. Kingsbury is a Havasu pioneer and author of the book “Livin’ at the End of Old 95,” a history of Lake Havasu City. For [...]

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Havasu nursing students raise $309 for March of Dimes

Posted by on 04.13.11 in Press Release

Sixteen members of the Mohave Community College Student Nursing Organization and the Nursing Program participated in the March of Dimes Walk, March 26 in Lake Havasu City and donated $309 raised locally to the organization.

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Scholarship recipients meet donors at appreciation luncheon

Posted by on 04.13.11 in Press Release

Mohave Community College student Taylor Tamayo speaks to donors of scholarships awarded through the MCC Foundation during an appreciation luncheon Tuesday on the Lake Havasu City Campus.

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Alpha Chi Chi walks all night for cancer research

Posted by on 04.12.11 in Press Release

Mohave Community College students Katie Molenrich, left, and Glenda Hall, center, stop to have a photo taken, along with friend Brie Manard, right, during the early stages of the Relay for Life, April 9-10 at Lake Havasu High School.

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MCC PTK members join 3,500 others at convention

Posted by on 04.12.11 in Press Release

Mohave Community College students, from left, Anna Fresh and Shawn Gall from Lake Havasu City and Ashley Webber from Bullhead City, pose for a photo at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center during the 93rd Annual Convention of Phi Theta Kappa, April 7-9 in Seattle.

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MCC will be going to school

Posted by on 04.08.11 in Press Release

Across the country, education institutions are shifting their focus from teaching to learning and from headcount to student success. It is not enough to put students in seats and move them through their classes. Public K-12 schools and colleges need to help assure that students graduate, prepared to go on to higher education or secure [...]

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MCC to mark Alcohol Awareness Month with town hall

Posted by on 04.07.11 in Press Release

Lake Havasu City youth and their parents are invited to join a conversation about adolescent alcohol use and prevention when Mohave Community College hosts the Adolescent Alcohol Town Hall April 18 from 5 to 7 p.m.  The free event, which coincides with National Alcohol Awareness Month, will include live music, a raffle, a resource fair, [...]

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Alpha Chi Chi carwash to benefit Relay for Life

Posted by on 04.07.11 in Press Release

Members of the Alpha Chi Chi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa have the hose and buckets ready for a charity carwash on April 16, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., at CVS Pharmacy, 75 N. Lake Havasu Ave., in Lake Havasu City. Half the proceeds will benefit Relay for Life, the April 9-10 fundraiser for [...]

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Board to hear MCC updates at April 8 meeting

Posted by on 04.07.11 in Press Release

The Mohave Community College Board of Governors will hear reports on a new bachelor’s degree pathway for nursing students, progress on the Title III grant implementation and events sponsored by the Student Activities Council on the Neal Campus-Kingman at its meeting on April 8.

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40th anniversary present for MCC and GED students

Posted by on 04.04.11 in Press Release

In recognition of the 40th year of service by Mohave Community College to the people of Mohave County and surrounding communities, Dr. Alan Klaas, executive director of the MCC Foundation, presented a gift to April Corder, precollege studies faculty and coordinator for MCC’s Neal Campus-Kingman, that will help people throughout the county. The Foundation is [...]

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