New job opportunities posted
Interested in working at MCC? The college is actively seeking several talented folks to manage various areas of the college. If you are interested, see the updated Employment Opportunities page
to view current openings, browse required qualifications, and -- last but not least -- put your name on the list of applicants.
Final-exam schedule for Spring 2015 released
If you are taking classes this spring, head over to the Curriculum Class Schedule page
to view the upcoming final-exam schedule. Note that the schedule for the final exams can significantly differ from your normal class schedule.
Campus newsletter released
The April edition of the MCC newsletter is hot off the presses, complete with details on MCC's new human-resources director, the latest from the SGA, and some insight into the college's equine program. See it now
Study demonstrates impact of MCC on local economy
The college recently participated in a study conducted by Economic Modeling Specialists International (ESMI) to analyze and assess the impact of MCC as a whole on the regional economy. According to the study, a total of $40.7 million in regional income was created within the economy of the MCC Service Area during the 2012-2013 fiscal year -- the equivalent of adding 1,105 new jobs.
Students celebrate cultural diversity
On March 18, the Literary and Creative Arts Club (LCAC) and SGA joined forces to present a black history and culture event. The program included
examples of the artistic achievements and cultural influence African Americans have made on American society. Music, poetry, short-story readings, and participant activities were part of the presentation.
Frye tapped as new HR director
MCC has named Harlan Frye as its new HR director. Frye has more than 25 years of human-resources experience, including 16 years at NC DENR. He is a 1984 graduate of NC A&T, with a B.S. degree in business management.
Horses moved from Corolla to campus
Two wild horses have been moved from the coastal North Carolina town of Corolla to the MCC campus in Williamston, as part of the college's Equine Technology program. Eventually, the horses will be adopted. For more details, view the full article on WITN's web site
Make-up days announced
Due to the recent ice and snow storms in Eastern North Carolina, make-up days have been announced by the MCC administration. Pay particular attention to these changes: classes will meet on March 4, April 6, and May 1. In addition, Tuesday classes will
meet on Tuesday, March 3, and Friday classes will meet on Tuesday, April 28. To see the full list of changes in its entirety, browse the Spring 2015 Weather Revisions handout