Summer graduation application deadline: Sunday, July 1
If you plan to graduate after Summer quarter (June 6-Aug. 15), you need to apply to graduate by Sunday, July 1. Applications are available online.
Summer quarter Heart of Metro nominations open
Students are invited to nominate an Metropolitan Community College employee for a Heart of Metro Award.
- Employees may be full- or part-time
- Employees must have completed one year of employment or three quarters of teaching
- Employees are eligible for the award every three years
- Employee must meet the following criteria addressed in the nomination:
- Demonstrate a positive attitude
- Lead change
- Foster an inclusive workplace
- Work smart
- Respect diversity
- Be service centered
The deadline for nominations is Monday, July 9. Nominations can be submitted at www.mccneb.edu/facultyandstaff/awards/heartofmetro.
Recognize a deserving MCC employee today.
High school not working?
Know someone who has stopped attending high school or who is not on track to graduate? Talk to him or her about reengaging in education through MCC's Gateway to College program, which gives current or past high school students ages 16-20 the chance to earn their high school diploma while simultaneously earning college credits. Program advisors provide intensive services to help students achieve their goals.
The next Gateway to College classes begin on Sept. 4, the start of MCC's Fall quarter. If you are interested in participating in or learning more about the Gateway to College program, attend one of the upcoming information sessions on June 26 or July 2, 10, 17 or 31. All sessions are held at MCC's Fort Omaha Campus, Building 7, Room 106 and start promptly at 3:30 p.m. Register by calling 402-457-2746. Find out more about the program at www.mccneb.edu/gtc.
Completing an associate degree holds a lot of value
Full-time workers with an associate degree made an average $2,500 more per year than their counterparts with some college experience but no degree according the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Even if you plan to transfer, earn your degree first. More >>
Want a free ride to class?
MCC's Pass to Class program allows all MCC credit students a Metro bus pass valid for a quarter that allows for rides to and from MCC locations and for other education-related purposes. Find out more >>
Meet Cecilia Newton
Graduation isn't something unfamiliar to Cecilia Newton, an MCC Human Services major. She graduated from cosmetology school and worked at a salon up until she started at MCC in September 2010. She plans to graduate from MCC in September 2012 with an applied science degree. More >>
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