Research Study For Students Age 18-25

Research Study For Students Age 18-25

A research study is being conducted about how young adults transition from high school to higher education. Are you currently enrolled in a professional/technical school, or a 2- or 4-year college in Missouri? Are you currently between 18 and 25 years old? If so, you are eligible to join this study. Participants will take an(…)

Roads near MCC-Penn Valley will be closed Saturday morning

Students who attend Saturday morning classes at MCC-Penn Valley will need to pay attension to the morning road closures due to the annual Hospital Hill Run. Please keep this in mind to be sure you make it to class on time: ROAD SIDE OF ROAD FROM TO CLOSES AT RE-OPENS Cleaver II Blvd. ALL Brookside(…)

Stay informed, subscribe to MCC Notify Me

Stay informed, subscribe to MCC Notify Me

Are you new to MCC? Want to stay informed? MCC Notify Me, the college’s emergency text-messaging service, helps keep students informed about campus emergencies and other time-sensitive matters such as inclement weather closings. If you are not currently subscribed to MCC Notify Me but would like to enroll, you may do so by logging in(…)

MCC-Blue River to host Public Safety Showcase

MCC – Blue River will host a Police, Fire and Cyber Security Showcase on Thursday, June 19th, from 6-8 p.m. in the Arts & Sciences Gym. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about public safety programs, meet the faculty and tour the Public Safety Institute facilities. For more information about cyber security, call 816.604.6659. For police & fire, call 816.604.6700

Penn Valley students set to receive STEM honors

Several Penn Valley students and staff are among those to be honored tonight at the KC Building an Alliance for New Careers in STEM (KC BANCS) banquet.  Penn Valley students Daniale Sage and Teigan Hockman, are being honored for their leadership, advocacy and spirit at overcoming great personal challenges to return to school and be(…)

Surgical Technology class soars with 93 percent pass rate

Congratulations to the surgical technology Class of 2014.  The class consisted of 16 graduates with 100% participation on The National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting  (NBSTSA) certification examination for surgical technologists and a 93% pass rate (15/16).  This is the highest pass rate the surgical technology program has had in  more than 10(…)

Congratulations, students! We now pronounce you graduated!

Airhorns sounded. Caps flew. A crowd of more than 5,000 erupted into a celebratory roar that filled Kansas City’s Municipal Auditorium. Metropolitan Community College’s third annual five-campus graduation was a resounding success for the 900+ students who moved their tassels and headed off into the night as graduates. MCC Chancellor Mark James offered his congratulations(…)

MCC Night at the K – TONIGHT!

MCC Night at the K – TONIGHT!

Tonight is MCC Night at the K!  If you have purchased tickets, plan on arriving any time after 4:30pm. The MCC tent is located near Gate A:                         The first pitch, thrown out by our very own Chris Morrow from MCC-Maple Woods, will occur(…)

Congratulations on a strong season, Monarchs!

Congratulations on a strong season, Monarchs!

After a strong showing in the Region 16 tournament over the weekend, the Monarchs were defeated by Mineral Area Community College and Crowder College in the double elimination tournament. Crowder College went on to win the Region 16 tournament. Congratulations, Monarchs, on a well-played season!

Congratulations, Maple Woods Student Awards Winners!

Academics – Student made excellent individual academic contributions to their courses, and performed well overall as students and leaders. Seth Barton (Social Science) Casey Foulk (Vet Tech) Hope Mertz (Physics) Maxx Millitscher (Art) Kelcee Rennaker (Honors) Mary Sanders (Music) Amber Schubert (English) Jamie Skelly (English) Sandra Smothers (Business) Ingrid Spragg (Business) Christopher Torralba (Social Science)(…)