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Information on MCC Safety: A message from the MCC Police Chief

Dear MCC Community: Summer has wound down and the fall semester is well underway. I want to take this opportunity to remind each of you about campus safety and security. The Metropolitan Community College is committed to maintaining a safe and secure environment that is conducive to student learning and success. The safety of our …

MCC Living Well Newsletter, Face-to-Face Coaching, Oct. 2016

There are several health and wellness updates for Metropolitan Community College employees in October. Linked below is the October 2016 edition of the Metropolitan Community College Living Well Newsletter. In addition, the BCBSKC Face-to-Face Coaching sessions for each campus are also linked, for those on the medical plan who may be interested in meeting with a …

Annual Security Report 2016

Metropolitan Community College is committed to ensuring the safety of its students, employees and visitors.  Each year MCC publishes an Annual Security Report in compliance with The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (“Clery Act”) and The Violence Against Women Act (“VAWA”).  The Annual Security Report contains important information …

Chiefs offer discounts for MCC employees, students and alumni

  Kansas City Chiefs Season and Individual Game Ticket Offer Are you ready for some football? Like in years past, the Kansas City Chiefs are offering a discount for MCC students, faculty, employees, alumni and supporters to purchase Chiefs tickets online. If you click on the link below and enter the code, you can save fees for …

2016 MCC free flu shot clinics

Flu shots will be offered at no charge to Metropolitan Community College employees and their dependents covered under the current MCC medical plan. Each MCC campus will host a 2016 flu shot clinic. All participants will need to bring their insurance member ID card to the clinic location of their choosing. Those not on the MCC medical plan may also participate. …

MCC employee directory: An icon touch away

As the school year gets underway at  Metropolitan Community College, there is a new connection tool to help you make the best direct contact with your colleagues collegewide. There is a now an icon on your computer desktop that instantly links you to the internal MCC telephone directory. Click on the icon and you can get …

Jobs at MCC

New job postings for Metropolitan Community College are listed below.  You may always check out MCC’s latest job postings at jobs.mcckc.edu. You can search full-time faculty positions, full-time non-faculty positions, part-time positions and student employment.  Also look for job updates on our social media connection on Facebook – link here to Jobs at MCC.  Explore opportunities to become …

A message from Dr. Carlos Peñaloza, new vice chancellor for academic affairs

Dr. Carlos Peñaloza, MCC’s new vice chancellor for academic affairs, sent this message by email to employees Aug. 25: To my new community, This week we find ourselves embarking into a new academic year and celebrating past and future accomplishments.  I want to formally introduce myself and welcome you to the 2016-2017 academic year. I …

Jobs at MCC

New job postings for Metropolitan Community College are listed below.  You may always check out MCC’s latest job postings at jobs.mcckc.edu. You can search full-time faculty positions, full-time non-faculty positions, part-time positions and student employment.  Also look for job updates on our social media connection on Facebook – link here to Jobs at MCC.  Explore opportunities to become …

MCC cancer survivor: Co-workers’ support ‘means the world to me’

Metropolitan Community College co-workers sometimes are more like family than colleagues. A familiar face at MCC-Maple Woods made two appearances in a KansasCity.com photo gallery recently, and here’s why. Denise Westrem, an academic adviser who’s worked at MCC for 26 years, is fighting breast cancer. She is undergoing treatment but still in the office part time. KansasCity.com featured her for …