News
Building entrances to receive electronic upgrade
A security project underway at MCC will replace or repair 57 exterior doors on campus. The project will include installation of electronic-access control and monitoring for all entrances. The access-control system will replace the current, exterior key system with card credentials. The system will provide for an instant lockdown, if needed. For more info: billy.barber@martincc.edu or call 789-0303.
December Messenger available
The December edition of the The Martin Messenger is now available for download. See it now.
MCC blood drive sets institutional record
MCC's Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa sponsored a Red Cross Blood Drive on the MCC campus on November 28. The drive collected 26 pints of blood, setting an MCC record. The last drive, held in January of this 2016, collected 19 pints.
MCC equine students celebrate victories
On Nov. 5 and 6, students at MCC brought home wins for the college; all six of the college's riding students placed in one or more categories.
The MCC Equine Program hosted the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association. Several colleges sent students to compete. This annual event on the MCC campus was cohosted this year with students from North Carolina State University. The IHSA promotes competition for equine riders, who compete individually and as teams.
College fair on Dec. 6
Campus officials are pleased to announce that the college will host a college fair on Dec. 6 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM in the lobby of Building 1. Students interested in transferring to a four-year university should attend. The following schools are participating:
Barton College, Campbell University, Catawba College, Chowan University, DeVry University, East Carolina University, Elizabeth City State University, Ft. Hays State University, NC Wesleyan College, Western Carolina University, and UNC Wilmington.
For more information, contact John Wells in Building 1, Room 22A or via email at john.wells@martincc.edu.
Sign up for text (SMS) and email alerts
The college has a new alert system. Students and employees can now be reached via text, voice, and email with important college-related information, including weather notifications and evacuations.
Participants should make sure that their current phone numbers and email addresses are on file with the college. Unsure? Check with the registrar’s office in Building 1, Room 36A.
Upcoming
Dec.
6
College Fair (1:00 PM - 3:00 PM, Building 1 Lobby)
Dec.
6
Health Care Completers Recognition Ceremony (6:00 PM, Building 2 Auditorium)
Dec.
13
Reading Day/Faculty Work Day (No Classes)
Dec.
16
End of Fall Semester
Dec.
21
First Day of Break (Campus Closed)
Jan.
2
Final Day of Break (Campus Closed)
Jan.
3
College Reopens (Faculty Workday -- No Classes)
Jan.
3
Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) Begins
Jan.
5
Spring Semester Classes Begin