Thinking of Taking Summer Classes?
Registration for summer classes is now open; the schedule is available for viewing online. Start planning to get your degree faster by taking accelerated coursework this summer. Download the catalog or find out more about summer session classes.
Learn Something New!
The spring and summer credit-free catalogs are now available for viewing online. Choose from hundreds of personal and professional development classes, as well as non-credit career certificates. Take a class for fun or boost your job skills affordably and in a short format. Scholarships may be available for select workforce development programs. Find out more at www.manchestercc.edu/continuing-education/credit-free-programs/certification/.
Jay Williams, President, Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, to Address MCC Graduates at 54th Commencement Exercises
Williams has served as president of HFPG since 2017. During his tenure, he has been working to build stronger relationships between the foundation and the local communities it serves.
Alexandra Norton, of Bolton, and Kevin Rodrigues, of Manchester, were named to the All-Connecticut Academic Team. The All-Connecticut Academic Team recognizes the outstanding scholarly achievements and leadership accomplishments of students enrolled in Connecticut’s community and junior colleges.
The fundraiser is made possible with support from presenting sponsor, Glastonbury-based Kelser Corp., with Kelser President and CEO Barry Kelly serving as honorary chair. A champagne reception under a tent in the GPA courtyard is sponsored by United Bank Foundation from 6 to 7 p.m. An auction of choice VIP items will be held during the champagne reception.
MCC Presents Daube Award for Inclusion and Accessibility to Faculty Members Pat Carrigan and Myrta Groeneveld
This year’s award was presented by Dr. Daube at a ceremony at MCC’s Disability Awareness Day on Thursday, April 5. Dr. Daube was president of MCC from 1987 until his retirement in June 2008.