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Welcome to MCC

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Fall Break
Fall Break starts October 12 and ends October 14. During these three days, there will be no curriculum classes held.
Academic Programs Spotlight
MCC offers an array of academic programs, including automotive certifications, equine technology, and physical therapy. If you want a Bachelor's degree, complete your first two years at MCC.
October Martin Messenger released
The October edition of the Martin Messenger has been released. See it now.
Price decides once wasn't enough
Martin County native, Daniel Price, has decided to return to the college, where he will primarily serve as a mathematics instructor. He will also administer the Completion by Design program. Price is coming from the Martin County Schools system, where he was the system's first mathematics coach in fifteen years.
State Employees' Credit Union awards $5,000 scholarships
State Employees' Credit Union members, through the member-funded SECU Foundation, presented $5,000 scholarships to Kristi Godley of Williamston and David Birdo from Plymouth, for attendance to MCC. SECU local Advisory Board member Dempsey Bond commented, "My fellow SECU members and I are dedicated to helping North Carolina students succeed in their pursuit of higher education."
Parker plucked as new welding instructor
Jarvis Parker recently joined the college faculty. He will be teaching welding courses to Bertie High School students enrolled in the "Industrial System Technology Career and College Promise Pathway" certificate program -- as well as to students enrolled in night classes at the college. Parker comes to MCC from the Hertford County Schools system.
Annual security report available
The college's annual security report is now available. This report is required by federal law and contains policy statements and crime statistics for the college. Take a look.
College records 20% enrollment increase
Preliminary head-count numbers for the College's fall semester indicate an approximate twenty percent (20%) increase over the Fall 2014 numbers. Many of the new students are from NERSBA (North East Regional School for Biotechnology and Agriscience) in Jamesville, as well as students from Martin County High Schools and the Bertie Early College High School.
Green chosen to lead Institutional Research and Effectiveness
Maureen Green is the new Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness for the College. She was previously the College’s Academic Skills Coordinator. Green started her new duties on August 12.
New job opportunities at MCC
Ready for an exciting, challenging career at a fast-paced college? Check out MCC's current employment opportunities for the latest on how you can serve the college and your community.
Larry Johnson joins college as Fire-Training Coordinator
Larry Johnson has accepted a position to serve as the college's new Fire-Training Coordinator. Johnson comes to the college with thirty years of experience as a firefighter. He has also worked for the city of Rocky Mount fire department and as a Battalion Chief in the Operations Division.
Naomi Roberts wins patients' choice award
Naomi Roberts, Emergency Room RN at Martin General Hospital and Nurse-Aid Instructor for the college, was presented with the hospital's annual Patient Choice Award on June 1. Among the comments submitted with her nominations: "compassionate, efficient, dedicated, thorough, encouraging, always willing to help, goes above and beyond the call of duty, and the best nurse ever!"

Roberts has worked for the hospital for 15 years and has trained Nurse Aids at MCC for five years.
NC Volunteer Fireman's Association supports MCC
A regional chapter of the NC Volunteer Fireman's Association met on the campus of MCC on June 25. Immediately following their meeting, the group's president, Mr. William Harkley, and other member's of the organization, presented MCC's Director of Basic Skills, Jeri Griffin, with a generous gift of $1,200. The money will be used to pay for GED testing fees which, over the past year, have increased from $35 to $104, making it impossible for many to obtain their high-school equivalency credential.
MCC Literary and Cultural Arts Club meeting in Building 4, Room 3
MCC Foundation board meeting
First Day of Fall Break, Curriculum Students
Last Day of Fall Break, Curriculum Students
Classes Resume
Early Childhood guest speaker Whitney Watson (10:00 AM)
Last Day to Apply for Graduation
MCC Foundation Rodeo at the Senator Bob Martin Ag Center
MCC Foundation Rodeo at the Senator Bob Martin Ag Center