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Dec. 22
MCC Reports Increase in Part-Time Enrollment in Winter Quarter

Dec. 19
3,313 Students Qualify for MCC’s Fall Quarter Dean’s List

Dec. 15
MCC’s Washington County Technology Center in Blair Offers Noncredit Classes

Dec. 1
William K. Owen Appointed Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

Nov. 29
MCC Board of Governors Approves Appointments

Nov. 23
MCC’s Fremont Area Center Offers Unique Community Classes

Nov. 21
Great Plains Theatre Conference Announces 2012 Featured Artists

Nov. 17
Change in MCC’s Dental Assisting Program Allows Graduates to Enter Workforce Twice a Year

Nov. 11
More than 600 Plays Submitted for the 2012 Great Plains Theatre Conference

Nov. 8
State Human Resource Advisor for the Nebraska Air National Guard
to Speak at MCC’s Veterans Day Celebration

Nov. 4
40 MCC Scholarships Available to Dodge County Entrepreneurs

Oct. 4
GPTC Announces One-Night-Only Performance with Master Choreographer David Neumann

Oct. 4
GPTC Announces One-Day Workshop with Master Choreographer David Neumann

Sept. 26
MCC Day of Service with SOBA

Sept. 25
MCC Enrollment Tops 18,000 Students

Sept. 23
Media Alert: MCC Celebrates 20th Annual Fort Omaha Intertribal Powwow

Sept. 20
Students Qualify for Summer Quarter Dean's List

Sept. 15
MCC Board of Governors Approves 2011–12 College Budget and Property Tax

Sept. 15
MCC Celebrates 20th Annual Fort Omaha Intertribal Powwow

Sept. 15
Theatre Conference Names Rebecca Gilman as 2012 Honored Playwright

Sept. 8
Media Alert: Omaha Philatelic Society Annual Stamp Show

Aug. 2
Elder and Caregiver Fair Offers Free Resources

July 28
Board Authorizes Proposed Budget Statement for 2011-12

July 19
Summer Bridge Program Gives Recent Grads a Jumpstart on College

July 19
Hands-On Course Helps Youth Develop Basic Spanish Skills

July 8
Fair Offers Resources for Seniors and Caregivers

July 8
Students Take Home Top SkillsUSA Awards

July 7
Students Qualify for Spring Quarter Dean's List

June 30
MCC Board of Governors Amend Board Policy on High School Student Dual Enrollment

June 27
Enrollment Holds Steady in Summer Quarter

June 20
Hands-on Courses Promote Basic Computer Skills

June 9
More than 1,300 Students Participate in Commencement

June 8
$835,000 Grant Fosters South Omaha Redevelopment

May 18
Top Student Artists Receive Scholarships

May 16
MCC Launches Green Bikes Program

May 12
Scholarship Program Assists Budding Entrepreneurs

May 11
MCC Receives Reports of Door-to-Door Scams

May 10
MCC Awards 132 Scholarships to High School Seniors

May 4
MCC, Omaha Community Playhouse Present Count Your Blessings

April 29
MCC Hosts NCCA Board of Directors Meeting

April 29
MCC Students Receive NASA Honors

April 27
Board of Governors Review Facilities Master Plan Implementation

April 21
Classes Boost Beginner Computer Skills

April 21
Media Alert: MCC Celebrates Grand Opening of Washington County Technology Center

March 30
International Fair to Feature Artist Lauren Pelon

March 30
Media Alert: MCC Debuts Solar-Powered Greenhouse

March 30
Summer Courses Build Essential Computer Skills

March 30
Washington County Technology Center Offers Computer Course

March 23
Students Qualify for Winter Quarter Dean's List

March 21
MCC Police Release Identity of Student

March 19
Statement from MCC Police

March 16
Storyteller Brings to History of Women Pioneers to Life

March 16
Theatre Conference Annouces MainStage Series Playwrights

March 1
Teams Take Home Top Awards at Culinary Invitational

Feb. 24
High School Students Heat Up the Kitchen at 2011 Culinary Invitational

Feb. 24
Board of Govenors Appoints Committee Members

Feb. 10
Hands-on Courses Promote Basic Computer Skills

Feb. 9
MCC Promotes Literacy with Free Book Giveaway

Jan. 26
MCC Receives LEED Silver Rating

Jan. 21
MLK Award Recognizes Outstanding Community Members

Jan. 14
Media Alert: Students Celebrate MLK Jr. Day with Service

Jan. 6
MCC Hosts Annual Transfer Week

Jan. 5
Noncredit Classes Canceled at Millard South High School

 
 
 
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