Statement from Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City

A sexual assault was reported at the Metropolitan Community College-Maple Woods (MCC) campus earlier this evening. The MCC Police Department is cooperating with the Kansas City Police Department in the ongoing investigation. MCC students, staff and faculty were notified of the incident via our emergency notification system. Please be alert and aware of your surroundings …

A note from the Chancellor

The fall semester is always an exciting season at Metropolitan Community College (MCC)—with fresh, new students embarking on their academic path and seasoned, familiar students preparing for graduation next spring. Each of them is making a deliberate effort to achieve their  educational and career goals and we, the employees of MCC, are rejuvenated by their …

MCC-Longview Student Art Exhibit Now Open

MCC-Longview’s art department is home to some very talented students. We invite you to experience for yourself their original works at the End of Semester Student Exhibit, now open through December 8. The artwork can be viewed in the Gallery at the MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center. The Gallery is open Wednesday – Saturday, noon-4 p.m. …

IWI executive director appointed to KCnext board

MCC is proud to announce that Margaret Boyd, executive director of the Institute for Workforce Innovation, has joined the KCnext – The Technology Council of Greater Kansas City board of directors. KCnext is a regional effort, dedicated to promoting the region’s technology sector.  Its goals include growing the existing base of technology firms, recruiting and …

MCC Strikes Transfer Agreement with Historic Central Methodist University

Metropolitan Community College (MCC) and Central Methodist University (CMU) have inked an articulation agreement that will allow students’ college credits to transfer seamlessly from MCC to CMU. The agreement is MCC’s first with CMU, a private university in Fayette, Mo. It will offer students the opportunity to earn an Associate’s in Arts or Science degree …

Adopt a pet from the MCC-Maple Woods Vet Tech program

Looking for a furry friend to add to your home? The Maple Woods Vet Tech department still has a few dogs and one colorful kitty up for adoption. All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, dewormed and socialized and will be ready to go at the end of the semester (giving you plenty of time to prepare …

Student Photo Art Exhibit Launches in Penn Valley Education Center

Feast your eyes on captivating artwork from one of MCC-Penn Valley’s talented photography students. The photography exhibition, titled “My Way to Wheeler: Views from a Vision Quest,” features works from our very own Carter Art Center Photography III student, Brian Koch.   An artist reception will be held Thursday, Nov. 15th in the Penn Valley Education Center …