Dr. Carol Curchoe Burton ’00, a native of South Windsor now based in San Diego, is the founder of ART Compass, (www.artcompass.io) a mobile application platform for in vitro fertilization laboratory management. She was awarded the Manchester Community College Alumna of the Year award in 2019.
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MCC registration will open for new and transfer students on April 20. Fall classes start on Thursday, August 26, and applications are being accepted online. There is no cost to apply, and the application and enrollment information can be found at www.manchestercc.edu/enrollment.
This year’s MCC team members are Geeta Khade, of Vernon/Rockville; Gideon Osei Bonsu, of Manchester; and Nadia Zuniga, of East Hartford. They will be honored at a virtual All-Connecticut ceremony on April 16.
New and continuing students enrolled part- or full-time in a credit degree or certificate program are eligible. Each semester, scholarships awarded through the support of MCC Foundation’s many generous donors help hundreds of deserving students achieve their academic dreams.
Manchester Community College has been named Best Community College in Connecticut by Intelligent.com.
Registration is now open for Manchester Community College’s summer sessions. There is a three-week morning session as well as a six-week session beginning May 24.
Manchester Community College is holding several one-hour FAFSA help sessions that are free and open to current and prospective students. The online session is designed to provide current and prospective MCC students with one-on-one assistance in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). It will focus on the completion of the 21-22 FAFSA.
Marielena Cartagena, of East Hartford, will read from her work as one of five Outstanding Student Poets selected by the Connecticut Poetry Circuit.
Panelists will discuss the National Women’s History Month 2021 theme, which is “Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to Be Silenced.” There will be a question and answer period following the panel discussion.
The list recognizes colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing the most to accommodate America’s military service members, veterans and spouses as students, and ensure their success on campus.