Volume 3 Issue 1
MCC Opens ´Gateway´ to Help Students Graduate
Nationally, about one-third of high school students don´t graduate.
This fall, Metropolitan Community College (MCC) hopes to improve that
statistic through the Gateway to College program.
Where Fine Dining and Education are the Perfect Pair
Culinary arts fans now have a sweet treat in Omaha. MCC´s Institute
for the Culinary Arts will celebrate the grand opening of its
state-of-the-art facility March 22.
Renovation Moves Forward at Omaha Campuses
Two renovation projects slated for completion this year will help ease the
growing demands of MCC: the Mule Barn on the Fort Omaha Campus and the
Industrial Training Center on the South Omaha Campus.
MCC Board of Governors Elects 2010 Officers
Newly elected Board of Governors Chairwoman Crystal Rhoades hopes to be a
uniting leader as MCC tackles a number of key issues.
Secondary Partnerships Ease Transition from High School
MCC makes it easy for high school students to jumpstart their college
education through secondary partnerships. Whether it´s online, at an
MCC location or in their high school classrooms, thousands of students each
year are exploring career possibilities and earning college credit for their
efforts—all while paying half-price tuition.
In a Nutshell: Secondary Partnerships
High school students can take any of the classes MCC offers. Among the
options: Arabic, art, welding, dental assisting, information technology and
Did You Know
The College 4 Kids program is 25 years old.
Summer Programs Give Taste of College
After 25 years, MCC´s affordableand fun summer programs continue to
keep parents, children and teens coming back again and again.
Faculty Profile: Ed Bohlman
Computer Programming Technology Instructor
Dates to Learn
Important dates for Spring quarter 2010.