The Open House will be live Tuesday, March 30, from 4 to 6 p.m. It is free and open to new, returning and transfer students and their families.
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Participants will receive an overview of the Admission and Financial Aid processes, program offerings, transfer options and various resources available to students. Each Admissions Information Session will also include time for questions and answers following the presentation.
Manchester Community College is pleased to announce its roster of students achieving CEO’s list and dean’s list recognition for the Fall 2020 semester. Academic excellence is recognized based on performance in the most recently completed full semester.
Today’s president and chief executive officer of MGM Resorts International, based in Las Vegas, grew up in Connecticut and got his start in the business at MCC.
Manchester Community College, home of the Connecticut Poetry Circuit, is joining with the circuit to sponsor author and poet Ross Gay on Tuesday, March 2, from 7 to 8 p.m. Gay will read from his work live via WebEx.
A resident of Ledyard, he brings 30 years of experience in institutional advancement, higher education administration and teaching, nonprofit management and consulting, and government and politics to MCC.
Manchester Community College bestowed its annual Excellence in Service Award on MCC Police Dispatcher Kristin Mesick, of Manchester; and the Excellence in Teaching Award went to Professor/Fieldwork Coordinator Donna Sweeney, of Hebron.
MCC’s annual festival — showcasing visual art works and musical performances by students — traditionally takes place on campus, with the artwork hanging in exhibition in the Hans Weiss Newspace Gallery. It is being given special treatment on the college’s website while the campus is closed to the public due to the ongoing pandemic.
Dr. Nicole Esposito, chief executive officer of MCC, was named one of Connecticut Magazine’s distinctive “40 Under 40” leaders. The magazine’s feature can be seen here.
MCC is offering a range of accelerated classes starting February 5 and March 22. Presented in 12-week (February 5) and 8-week (March 22) formats, these accelerated classes allow students to earn needed credits in a compressed time frame.