Muscatine Community College has announced the Spring 2020 Deans' and President's Lists.
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MCC is excited to announce a new diploma program to provide the training needed to succeed in this developing area. Beginning this fall, our one-year Industrial Hemp Production program will provide students the opportunity to be among the first to work this new crop.
The MCC Agriculture Program is hosting an information session on Tuesday, April 7 from 1 -3 p.m. The event will be held in Gaekle Hall at the college, 152 Colorado St.
Learn about the fascinating life of Iowa First Lady Lou Henry Hoover with a focus on her take on suffrage.
Learn the monumental civil rights leadership of Muscatine's own Alexander Clark.
MCC will be hosting its third annual Legends Event, recognizing outstanding college alumni and raising funds for college's students.
Muscatine Community College has announced the Fall 2019 Deans' and President's Lists.
MCC ELA students will share stories about food experiences in their home country and in the U.S. through "Fork Tales," a one-of-a-kind performance organized by former Iowa Poet Laureate Mary Swander.
MCC Theatre Department will be bringing the blockbuster movie character, Elle Woods, to life on stage with the production of "Legally Blonde: The Musical," February 14 - 17 at Central Middle School Auditorium in Muscatine.
Celebrate the holiday season with the Muscatine Civic Chorale as they perform "A Cool Jazz Christmas," November 22.
Anyone interested in learning about all the many options available is invited to attend the Ag Information Session scheduled for October 14, from 1 - 3 p.m. The event will be held in Gaekle Hall at the college, 152 Colorado St.
In partnership with the Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine and several other local organizations, Muscatine Community College has been awarded a grant that will help a group of Muscatine residents train for high-demand jobs.
Shouting out to all Muscatine Community College students, and students-to-be. To celebrate the college's 90th anniversary year, we will be giving away 90 gifts in the nine days leading up to the first day of fall classes.
Muscatine Community College has announced the Summer 2019 Deans' List and the Summer 2019 President's List.
Grant funds will support the creation of a sculpture designed to highlight the Agriculture Program's 50 plus years of excellence.
Join us July 11 to explore the facility, meet the teachers and learn more about the exceptional childcare!
Muscatine Community College has announced the Spring 2019 Deans' List and the Spring 2019 President's List.
Medical Assisting is a growing field with qualified professionals in high-demand, and this fall the nine-month program will be available at Muscatine Community College!
Area job seekers are invited to attend Muscatine Community College's upcoming career fair. The annual event will be held from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., April 24. It is open to the public and free of charge.
Muscatine Community College's Theatre Department is presenting Little Miss Sunshine, a musical adaptation of the hit film, April 26, 27 and 28.
Due to expanded demand by both students and local employers, MCC is expanding its welding program to now include evening hours.
Roy, Sr. and Lucille Carver have been selected as the 2019 Muscatine Community College (MCC) Legends. The couple will be honored at a February 21 function beginning at 6 p.m. at the Merrill Hotel. The event is open to the public with funds directed toward assisting the college's students.
Muscatine Community College has announced the Fall 2018 Deans' List and the Fall 2018 President's List.
MCC's popular Art of Gardening seminar is coming up on March 9 and online registration is now available.
MCC invites everyone to its Legends dinner, February 21, 2019. It will be held at Muscatine's new Merrill Hotel beginning at 6 p.m.
To get a good job in today's economy, it takes training. The kind of training available in Muscatine Community College's career technology programs.
The MCC Theatre Department will be performing The Humans the weekend before Thanksgiving. Just like your family Thanksgiving, this play is both dramatic and funny.
Three doctors from the Ukraine will be the featured speakers for an October 8 community event at Muscatine Community College (MCC). The presentation begins at 7 p.m. in the Student Center.
"Reading with Patrick, a Teacher, a Student, and a Life-Changing Friendship" is a memoir of race, inequality, and the power of literature told through the life-changing friendship between Kuo and her gifted student, jailed for murder in the Mississippi Delta
Join us this semester at the MCC Student Center for a variety of events including everything from interactive webcasts to book signings!
Muscatine Community College has announced the Summer 2018 Deans' List and the Summer 2018 President's List.
EICC has partnered with the Merrill Hotel to provide hands-on training for students in both programs and graduates are guaranteed a job interview with the hotel.
Muscatine Community College has announced the Spring 2018 Deans' List and the Spring 2018 President's List.
The preserve is open to the public only once every three years, and this is the year. In anticipation of that opening next month, MCC is hosting a special May 22 presentation, detailing the prairie and its history.
With unemployment rates at, or near, an all-time low, area employers are searching for qualified candidates. MCC is working with area employers to help in the effort.
Never be afraid to dream big, the world has been built by individuals who did just that.
MCC is inviting alumni, former students and all of its great friends and supporters to its first-ever MCC Legends Event.
In 1900, at a time when Jim Crow laws, segregation and the Ku Klux Klan kept blacks and whites separated, residents in Buxton, IA, a thriving coal mining town of 5,000 residents established by Consolidation Coal Company, lived, worked and went to school side by side.
Muscatine Community College has announced the Fall 2017 Deans' List and the Fall 2017 President's List.
Substitute teachers are in high demand in area school districts and what many people don't know is a teaching degree is not required to fill these positions.
Public invited to meet candidates on May 20 and 21.