Trustees begin work on college's board
Three MCC Board of Trustees members -- Carroll Jones, Dwayne Baker, and Helen Davis -- were sworn in on July 19 at the beginning of the Trustees' regularly scheduled meeting. Jones, an employee of Domtar, was reappointed by the Martin County Commissioners. Davis, a retired teacher and principal was appointed by the Martin County Board of Education; Baker, the Senior Vice President of the Williamston Branch of First South Bank in Williamston, was appointed by Governor Pat McCrory.
Criminal Justice A.A.S. program to begin in Fall
The College is pleased to announce that it will begin an Associate Degree Criminal Justice Technology (CJT) program this fall. The curriculum is designed to provide knowledge of criminal-justice systems and operations. Potential employment opportunities include the following roles: police officer, deputy sheriff, county detention officer, state trooper, probation/parole officer, correctional officer, and loss-prevention specialist.
August Messenger available
The August edition of the The Martin Messenger is now available for download. See it now.
MCC to offer more night classes in Fall
MCC will offer an increased number of curriculum night classes this fall. President Dr. Ann Britt and the MCC Board of Trustees feel that more night classes are essential to serving the community. Many of MCC’s traditional students are part-time students because they work or have no access to childcare while their spouse is at work. Night classes can take some of these barriers out of the way. The classes available this fall will be as follows: Success and Study Skills, Principals of Financial Accounting, Anatomy and Physiology I, Introduction to Computers, Software for Technicians, Writing and Inquiry, Oral Communication, Math Measurement and Literacy, Principles of Science, Introduction to Sociology and Basic Welding Processes.

Fall registration is now underway. Face-to-face registration is available every Monday until classes start on August 18. Appointments may also be made by contacting a student counselor, John Wells or Crystal Pugh. Wells can be reached at 252-789-0293 or via email at Pugh is available at 252-789-0268 or Financial aid may be available to qualified students. Financial aid questions may be answered by Teri Leggett at 252-789-0204 or
Labor Day (MCC Closed)
Fall Break (Curriculum)