Monthly archives: February, 2012

Changes to MCC wireless access

In an effort to better comply with industry standard security practices, MCC will complete the elimination of the open wireless service at all MCC campuses on Feb. 29, 2012.  Students and employees will continue to have access to the MCC Wireless (secure) network. Instructions for connecting to MCC Wireless can be found at http://wireless.mcckc.edu/index.html. For …

Rally Day 2012: MCC turns out largest delegation in the state

Rally Day 2012 happened in Jefferson City yesterday with MCC representing the largest delegation of all of the campuses in the state! Over 50 participants, which included both students and employees, came together at the capitol to speak one-on-one with legislators to educate them about the important role community colleges play in the lives of …

MCC-Maple Woods hosts successful admissions outreach events

Each spring, MCC-Maple Woods hosts local high school students for a day of information about everything the campus has to offer. Prospective students from surrounding high schools visited with representatives from several departments like admissions, financial aid and academic reps. They had the opportunity to sit in a mock class, talk with a panel of …

MCC Information Center staff moves into new space, begins taking calls

  The MCC Information Center, MCC’s new consolidated phone and email contact center, is gearing up for next week’s official launch by starting this week to field a limited number of phone calls. The team of information specialists, who moved into the new MCC Information Center space at Penn Valley on Tuesday, February 7, will …

Missouri West Central District SkillsUSA Chapters Compete at MCC-BT

More than 350 Missouri West Central District competitors converged at MCC-Business & Technology campus on Tuesday, February 21, 2012 for district SkillsUSA competition.  The top two competitors from twenty one skills contest will advance on to the Missouri State Championships on March 29-31, 21012. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry professionals working …

HHS visit draws considerable media coverage

Friday’s visit to MCC by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius garnered the attention of more than just the city’s top healthcare leaders: members of the media also showed up in droves to hear what the secretary had to say. The event, held at the MCC-Penn Valley Health Science Insitute on Friday afternoon, drew journalists …

MCC-Maple Woods to host Black/White Dialogues

Experiences with others, however fleeting, shape our perception of our environment and the world for the rest of our lives. MCC-Maple Woods is inviting students, faculty, staff and the community to participate in a night of shared experiences about race with the Black/White Dialogues, held at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 28 in the Campus Center. The …

Career opportunities

CO# 11-181 BT Utility Instructor-SCF posted 12/05/2011 will be removed from the website at 11:59 pm Sunday, 03/18/2012 for the initial screening. For more information or to apply: www.mcckcjobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=51469 CO# 12-016 MW Administrative Assistant-Level 4 posted 12/17/2012 will be removed from the website at 11:59 pm Sunday, 02/26/2012 for the initial screening. For more information …

Longview debate cleans up at state

This past weekend weekend MCC-Longview debate traveled to the state tournament at Truman State University in Kirksville, Mo., where the team captured top prize for community colleges in Missouri   The debate team of Joel Stockard and Stephanie Weissman were semi-finalists (tied for 3rd) in the state in Novice Parliamentary debate. The debate team of …