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Every grad has a story. Here are just a few from MCC’s Class of 2018

More than 2,500 students make up Metropolitan Community College’s Class of 2018 (commencement is at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 17, at Municipal Auditorium). Among them: Brandon Baker Baker’s goal is to become an immigration attorney, and the first step is graduating with his associate in arts transfer degree from MCC-Longview. He plans to study Spanish …

2,500+ are candidates for graduation; #MCCGrads2018 ceremony May 17

Metropolitan Community College’s 2018 commencement exercises will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 17, at Municipal Auditorium downtown (301 W. 13th St., Kansas City, MO 64105). More than 900 students are expected to “walk,” and with family and friends on hand, total attendance should exceed 4,000. This year, more than 2,500 MCC students applied …

#MCCGrads2018: Who’d we spot wearing a commencement button?

In case you hadn’t noticed, it’s now May, and on the Metropolitan Community College campuses, commencement buttons are popping up like tulips. The royal-blue buttons made their first appearance on Tuesday, May 1. You probably saw them worn by commencement committee members and assorted faculty and staff to remind everyone, including students, that this is …

#MCCGrads2018: Student commencement speaker ready for ‘exciting night’

At Metropolitan Community College’s commencement ceremony May 17, Justin Kelleher will be receiving his associate in computer science degree … three days after graduating from high school. But he’ll be doing more than walking across the MCC stage that night. Kelleher will also be the student speaker — the first student commencement speaker in the …

#MCCGrads2018: Student speaker candidates sought for commencement

Metropolitan Community College’s 2018 commencement ceremony in May will feature a student speaker in addition to the keynote speaker. A student commencement speaker will be a first in MCC’s seven-year history of one ceremony for all five campuses, which started in 2012. Before that, each campus held its own graduation. The 2018 student speaker must …