Take our Survey; Chance to win an iPad

Take our Survey; Chance to win an iPad

Students check your MCC student email for an exciting opportunity for you to tell us what is important to you and your experience at MCC! YOU have received an invitation with a survey link to the Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI). Your opinion is important as we seek to identify ways that we can improve programs(…)

Stress Management for Students

Are you ready for finals?  Is the thought of finals stressing you out?  Do you have an overwhelming feeling of life getting in the way?  Do you feel you may be suffering from depression?  Have you thought about seeking help through a counselor, but just didn’t know the steps to take? Come to the Webinars(…)

MCC instructor interviewed on La X – en español

Manuel Solano, MCC performance manager and instructor with the MoWINs program, was interviewed on Monday, March 31, at 6:30 p.m. on the Spanish radio channel La X 1250 AM. Solano discussed programs that have a high demand for Spanish-speaking students including service-related fields, healthcare and advanced manufacturing.  Many jobs students can receive training for are considered(…)

College Connections Center (C3) coming in June

This summer, the Missouri College Advising Corps (MCAC) will be opening the College Connections Center (C3) at the MCC-Penn Valley campus.  C3 is a no-cost service for Kansas City metro area students transitioning from high school to college. When most high school students graduate, they have every intention of attending college.  But something happens between(…)

Northwest, MCC partner to provide A+ opportunities in St. Joseph

Northwest, MCC partner to provide A+ opportunities in St. Joseph

College-bound students in St. Joseph will soon have the opportunity to use their A+ scholarship money locally. Northwest Missouri State University and Metropolitan Community College (MCC) today announce a new partnership with the St. Joseph School District to provide space and resources that will assist St. Joseph high school students who are eligible for A+.(…)

Maple Woods theater department returns to the stage with “Three Days of Rain”

The theater department will be giving two performances of Richard Greenberg’s Three Days of Rain, beginning TONIGHT at 7 p.m. in the Student Center Theater – admission is FREE, so bring your snacks and come see some of your fellow students in action. “A house, a journal, and a connection to a former generation –(…)

MCC-Business and Technology gets a new president

MCC-Business and Technology gets a new president

Please join us in welcoming Hasan Naima, Ph.D., the new president of the MCC-Business and Technology campus. Naima comes to MCC from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in Salisbury, North Carolina, where he currently serves as dean of engineering and business technologies.  There, he is responsible for more than 100 full- and part-time faculty and staff in 15 programs(…)

Looking for something fun and FREE to do this weekend?

Looking for something to do this weekend? Consider packing up and taking a trip around the world at the annual Northland Ethnic Festival, held from 11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. March 29 at Park Hill South High School. The annual festival will feature music, dance, food and arts from more than 20 different countries. This(…)

MCC-Blue River Bone Marrow Drive Hosted

The MCC-Blue River Staff Association is hosting a bone marrow drive today, March 24, in the Campus Center. The event, Delete Blood Cancer, will help you register to save a life if you’re selected as a match. Stop by and learn more about this important, life-saver.