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Paulien & Associates, Inc. Projects

Paulien & Associates, Inc. Projects

Paulien & Associates, Inc. projects completed within the last five years include: Paulien & Associates, Inc. projects completed within the last five years Client Name Project Description Completion Barry University Campus Master Plan Current Metropolitan Community College Area Master Plan Update Current New Jersey City University Master Plan Current Red Rocks Community College Master Plan Current SUNY… Read more

Using Blackboard

Using Blackboard

Information for Online Students Online courses are taught electronically using the learning management system (LMS) Blackboard. All courses, both on-ground and online, have a Blackboard course shell. Even if you are not taking an online course, your instructor may still post course information, documents, announcements, etc. in your Blackboard course section. If you have never… Read more

NetIDs

NetIDs

NetID is the account used to log in to computers at MCC as well as access online information from the myCommNet student information system. Look up your NetID or password. NetID Username Your NetID username is composed of the following two items: Your eight-digit Banner ID number (numerals only; e.g. 12345678) Your Domain The student domain… Read more

Bookstore

Bookstore

Services offered through the bookstore include: Price Match Purchases may be made in-store or online; price match is performed at the point of sale with cash savings. and must be transacted at the campus store. Prices matched against Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and others;  contact the bookstore for exclusions and additional information about course materials… Read more

Types of Financial Aid

Types of Financial Aid

There are two main types of aid: Merit-based Aid Merit-based Aid is given to students who have a special characteristic, skill, talent or ability. A scholarship is an example of merit-based aid. Merit-based aid is usually a gift that does not have to be paid back, although students who get merit aid sometimes have to… Read more

Paralegal

Paralegal

A paralegal or legal assistant is a person — qualified through education, training or work experience — who is employed by a lawyer, law office, governmental agency or other entity. The paralegal performs specifically delegated, substantive legal work for which a lawyer is responsible. Paralegals must not provide legal services directly to the public except… Read more

A Career as a Paralegal

A Career as a Paralegal

A paralegal or legal assistant is a person – qualified through education, training or work experience – who is employed or retained by a lawyer, law office, governmental agency or other entity. The paralegal performs specifically delegated, substantive legal work for which a lawyer is responsible. Paralegals must not provide legal services directly to the… Read more

Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management FAQ

Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management FAQ

How can I obtain information about the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management associate degree and certificate programs? What’s the difference between the Culinary Arts associate degree and the Foodservice Management associate degree, and what’s the advantage of earning both degrees? What’s the difference between the Professional Baker certificate and the Culinary Arts certificate? What is… Read more

Veterinary Assistant Program (NAVTA-Endorsed)

Veterinary Assistant Program (NAVTA-Endorsed)

Registration is open for the Spring 2022 Veterinary Assistant course. Register online now. Course Dates: 1/25-6/9 | 20-weeks; 40 class sessions plus 100-hour internship CRN 10960 | Fee: $2,050 | Schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-9:30 PM Instructors: Ashley Cain, CVT, and Sara Jambard, CVT Prerequisites Students must be at least 16 years old at the start… Read more

2010-2011 Dehn Foundation Visiting Artists Series

2010-2011 Dehn Foundation Visiting Artists Series

2010-2011 Matt Towers www.matttowersceramics.com Matthew Towers received his BFA in Theater from New York University and his MFA in Ceramics from The New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. He is currently an Associate Professor of Ceramics at the Hartford Art School, University of Hartford in Connecticut. In the summer of 2012, Towers… Read more