Monroe County Community College
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Merit Network Inc. last week announced the first completed segment of its REACH-3MC Broadband Stimulus Project.
A free information session on new Industrial Technology Division certificates and course offerings at Monroe County Community College will be held on Tuesday, July 31 at 4 p.m. in rooms 259-260 of the La-Z-Boy Center.
Three new areas of study will be available at Monroe County Community College this fall semester: information assurance and security, renewable energy and non-destructive testing.
Construction officially Friday on the new $17 million Career Technology Center at Monroe County Community College.
Eastern Michigan University recently signed an articulation agreement with both Macomb and Monroe community colleges that allows students to complete an undergraduate degree in product design and development at EMU
Monroe County Community College will hold a public information session on its new alternative energy courses Tuesday, July 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. in Rooms 259 and 260 of the La Z Boy Center on main campus.
Federal, state and local officials Monday kicked off Earth Week by cutting a ceremonial ribbon, marking the completion of a Detroit Edison solar installation on the main campus of Monroe County Community College
Monroe County Community College, in partnership with DTE Energy, will launch its own nuclear engineering technology program in the fall, MCCC President David E. Nixon announced at a news conference in the atrium of the college’s La-Z-Boy Center.
Monroe County Community College has approved an $8.5 million match for the construction of a 71,300-square-foot Career Technology Center to prepare students for jobs in fast-growing fields.