MCC releases course schedule for Fall
The schedule of curriculum, credit-bearing classes for Fall 2016 has been posted. Check it out here.
June Messenger available
The June edition of the The Martin Messenger is now available for download. See it now.
MCC graduates its 48th class
The College conducted its forty-eighth graduation ceremony on May 11. Ninety-four students walked across the stage to credentials. Awards were also acknowledged at this event.
University of Mount Olive and MCC partner for college transfer
UMO and MCC have reached a partnership agreement that will enhance and expand options for community-college students. Through the partnership agreement, MCC students who have earned an associate of applied science (A.A.S.) degree can transfer seamlessly into an array of programs at UMO. For more information, visit www.umo.edu.
Summer enrollment numbers increase year-over-year
Summer 2016 enrollment numbers indicate that the College recorded a student headcount increase of 43% and a six percent increase in full-time equivalents (FTEs) over Summer 2015 enrollment. Some programs at the College require summer classes for program completion, while other students complete summer classes to graduate more quickly.
BLET starts July 12
Wayland Mitchell, Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) director at MCC, has announced that the program will begin again on July 12. This course of study is mandated by the state for all certified law-enforcement officers. To accommodate students who work during the day, this BLET course will be offered at night, Monday through Friday. It will also meet every other weekend during the day time.
A Registration Day
MCC Closed
BLET begins
SECU Scholarship application deadline (turn into Building, Room 22D)