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Community Connection - Fall 2009
Community Connection

Volume 2 Issue 3

Schmailzl Appointed MCC President

Randy Schmailzl became Metropolitan Community College´s (MCC) fifth president on Aug. 25.
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Renovation Updates

Renovations are underway at the South Omaha Campus Mahoney Building, Fremont Area Center and Fort Omaha Campus Institute for the Culinary Arts.
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Presentation Spotlights

Join MCC´s Gallery of Art and Design for Joseph Kohnke´s Hollow art exhibit and an Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month exhibit.
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MCC Anticipates Largest Enrollment in College History

MCC anticipates the highest enrollment in College history for Fall quarter 2009. The official census of enrollment will not be released until Sept. 14. Growth is seen Collegewide in online courses, seat count and credit hours. General education courses remain popular across delivery methods and for degree-seeking and transfer students.
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Explore Education…MCC Study Abroad Programs

The MCC faculty-led, short-term study abroad program began in the late 1990s for Photography students with a trip to Belize, Central America. In years following, MCC sponsored study abroad experiences in Anadulcia, Spain, for immersion in Spanish language and in Italy for the study of architecture and art. There are currently two study abroad programs at MCC.
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MCC Alumni Association Membership Drive

MCC´s new Alumni Association is an outlet for MCC alumni to stay engaged in a continued relationship with the College. Members have the opportunity to attend special events offered at MCC campuses, serve on an advisory committee, provide testimonials about educational experiences and volunteer to mentor a student.
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In a Nutshell

Summer quarter 2009 enrollment increased 10.4 percent in credit hours over the 2008 summer quarter, with a headcount of 10,968 students and credit hours totaling 89,236.
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Did You Know

The sustainability initiative at MCC is creating a healthier economy, protecting the environment and improving our community.
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MCC Programs Are Nationally Recognized

MCC was awarded reaffirmation of accreditation of the business program by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) Associate Degree Board of Commissioners. MCC also received approval for the Medical Transcription Program.
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Faculty Profile: Liliana Cox

Business Management and Entrepreneurship Instructor.
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Dates to Learn

Important dates for Fall quarter 2009.
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