#MCCWolves: Now we know what the new mascot looks like

Now we know what the MCC Wolves mascot looks like! Reveal parties at each campus are just wrapping up. #MCCWolves @marawilliamskc @MCCATweet pic.twitter.com/S0glL6Ozbj — MCC Kansas City (@MCCKansasCity) April 16, 2018 Metropolitan Community College’s new mascot was revealed to be “The Wolves” last December. Now we can put a face to the name. At campus …

MCC-Maple Woods baseball player named Player of the Week

Hard work has paid off for a baseball player at Metropolitan Community College’s Maple Woods campus. Right fielder Tyler Cox was recognized as Player of the Week for Division I baseball by the National Junior College Athletic Association. Awards are announced weekly for the top athletes across the country. Cox was recognized for play from …

MCC to launch early-college construction program with NKC Schools, JE Dunn

Northland students interested in construction careers can graduate from high school and college simultaneously, thanks to a new program that will launch this fall. The Kansas City Construction Career Academy is a partnership of Metropolitan Community College, North Kansas City Schools and JE Dunn Construction. A ceremony to celebrate the new venture will be held …

A common read for everyone

Three Metropolitan Community College campuses are pleased to present Common Read events this spring. Each author and book being spotlighted will offer the College community and the surrounding cities an opportunity to grow their cultural awareness. The goal is to create connections among members of the college campus and to create intentional dialogue around these themes. …

MCC-Maple Woods’ vet tech annual pet adoption underway

It’s that time of the semester, when the Metropolitan Community College-Maple Woods Veterinary Technology program works to find forever homes for the animals its students have been caring for during their coursework. Natalie Short, veterinary technology lab specialist, says, “We have three amazing cats left that need homes. All of them have been spayed, neutered, …