The MCC Police Department is reporting that we provided shelter to more than 200 people on the MCC-Longview Campus during tonight’s severe weather. MCC Officers report providing a safe space for a total of 84 people in the FEMA shelter located in the Cultural Arts Center on the MCC-Longview Campus, 22 people took shelter in the […]
This article appeared in the Lee’s Summit Journal on October 9, 1969.
One day each spring, kites soar in the skies over MCC-Longview at the Flights of Fancy kite festival. Nearly 10 years ago, Dr. Fred Grogan, former MCC-Longview president, envisioned a sky full of kites over the beautiful grounds of the campus. “Dr. Grogan thought the Longview grounds were a perfect place to fly kites,” recounts, […]
Eight years ago, this clipping from The Kansas City Star, appeared in the paper June 9, 2007. The MCC-Longview Lakers baseball team pulled out a win to take the NJCAA division II national championship title. —————————————————————————————————————————— MCC- Longview Lakers Win National Title Cole Young, The Kansas City Star, June 9, 2007, LS16. When Clint Culbertson took over […]
Rhiannon Ally is an MCC alumna. For the past few years, she’s been anchoring live coverage of breaking news in Miami, one of the nation’s top television markets. Beginning June 15, she will be anchoring for Kansas City’s Action 41 News. Ally has had the opportunity to cover a wide variety of topics, from interviewing […]
In the academic world, there’s getting published, and then there’s getting published by the University of Cambridge Press. MCC-Longview English instructor, Robyn McGee, is experiencing both this spring as her chapter on slave literature of Virginia will be included in the book, “A History of Virginia Literature,” published by the University of Cambridge Press in […]
Nearly 16 percent of Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City students earned Dean’s List honors from the College during the spring 2015 semester. To qualify for the honor, a student must be enrolled in at least six credit hours and must maintain a semester grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Depending on their area of study, […]
As a former corporate trainer and business owner, Byers hit a string of bad luck when the economy began to go south. He had to sell his business and immediately started looking for a way to continue to support himself and his children as a single parent. Byers came to MCC looking for new opportunities. […]
On May 1st at the Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation Gala volunteer awards were distributed. MCC-Longview president, Dr. Kirk Nooks was presented the Behind the Scenes Award for his work for the partnership with the parks and recreation department and Tour de Lakes. To read the complete article, click here.
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MCCA celebrated esteemed instructors and students at a luncheon on April 8, 2015. MCC is proud to have five instructors, one from each campus, honored with the Missouri Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. The annual award is presented to educators who demonstrate effective teaching and advising, are dedicated in their service to the college […]