Update on construction and which entrances are open/closed to the college.
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When the Muscatine Community College Chamber Choir traveled to New York City earlier this year to perform in a festival at Carnegie Hall, perhaps the one word that best describes the experience is "big."
Muscatine Community College is hosting a Diversity and Multicultural Day on April 21.
All phone lines are restored and functioning in Muscatine, as well as long distance access.
Three MCC Agriculture Science and Technology students brought home national honors from the annual National Postsecondary Agricultural Students (PAS) Conference and awards competition.
The members of Muscatine Community College's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa are seeing stars.
The BTC has just installed two new vertical CNC machines. The state-of-the art machines were made possible with the help of a grant from the Scott County Regional Authority.
If you've been by MCC lately, you know that construction on Colorado Street is coming. Now that warm weather is finally on its way, the tentative date for construction to begin is March 24.
The MCC Concert Choir will present the music they performed in New York on Friday, March 7th at 7 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church located at 6th and Sycamore.
To raise money, the BPA's Locks of Love Committee has put together items (theme baskets and bags) to be raffled.
Looking for a new career? Find the right path at the Spring 2014 Career Fair.
Both graduated MCC with degrees in agriculture management.
The MCC Foundation has $275,000 in scholarships available for students planning to attend the college in the 2014-15 academic year.
Meditation in motion, a gentle non-strenuous movement based on ancient principles.
MCC Student Senate is sponsoring a 2014 Black History Month Lecture Series.
MCC has a visiting faculty member the Hebei Province in China.
The MCC Video Department is hosting an independent film festival at the MCC Student Center.