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Concurrent Enrollment Faculty

Welcome Concurrent Enrollment Faculty

The Concurrent Enrollment (CE) program is a partnership between Metropolitan Community College and high school districts throughout the greater Omaha area. Concurrent Enrollment allows high school students to earn high school and college credit at the same time. Classes are taught in high school classrooms, by concurrent enrollment faculty, during the regular academic year.  Concurrent Enrollment faculty are an extremely valuable reource at MCC.  Below you will find helpful tools and the latest information for Concurrent Enrollment faculty at MCC.

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT FACULTY HANDBOOK

It is important that CE Faculty have easy access to as much accurate information as possible.  This resource is a compilation of information about Metropolitan Community College customized for the needs of Concurrent Enrollment faculty. 

What is My Way?

My Way is the MCC web portal. The portal provides single sign-on access by automatically logging into My Services, Microsoft Outlook Calendar, and Canvas (for online course work). Also available are task list, announcements, news, events, and OrgSync sites.

Roster Verification

Roster verification is our last opportunity to verify enrollment accuracy in dual credit courses. If a student is not listed on an MCC roster, they do not earn the college credit. All roster discrepancies should be emailed to Jessie Mossa, jrmossa@mccneb.edu.

Grading Procedures

At the completion of each course grades are entered using Self Service.

Faculty Liaison

MCC faculty liaison's assist with curriculum development and ensure that academic rigor is maintained.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

Contact:

Jordan Pirtle
director of Secondary Partnerships and Gateway to College
Phone: 531-MCC-2380
jlpirtle1@mccneb.edu

Metropolitan Community College Secondary Partnerships