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August 08, 2014 at 1:42 PM

Fort Morgan, CO. 8/08/14.  Morgan Community College (MCC) is now registering students for the fallSelf portrait by Bethany Crandall. semester. Classes begin on Wednesday, August 20; stop by the Fort Morgan campus at 920 Barlow Road to speak with an advisor today—no appointment necessary—or go to MorganCC.edu to search for a class now.

Below is a small sampling of the diversity of courses and programs offered at MCC.

Faculty members Sherri Amen & Suzanna Spears are offering Early Childhood Education (ECE) courses for those pursuing careers as a teacher, in the field of child development, or childcare. ECE 120 for example, is the first in a series that focuses on children with special needs. This course is new to the program and is transferable to the local school district. ECE classes are offered in the evening.

For students interested in transferring to a 4-year university, MCC offers a variety guaranteed transfer (GT) courses, such as “Abnormal Psychology” (PSY 249) taught by Barbara Eakley-Troudt and “Art Appreciation” (ART 110) led by Rachel Kellum. Classes that have the GT designation are typically in a general education category and are transferable to any in-state institution, and many out-of-state.

Whether pursuing art academically or personally, MCC has classes to fit your needs too: “Drawing I & II” (ART 121 & 221) with instructor Joe Marler are offered Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and “Painting I & II” (ART 151 & 251) taught by Rachel Kellum are scheduled for 10 a.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays.

For more information or to enroll in a class, go to www.MorganCC.edu. To speak with an advisor, inquire about financial aid, or for other questions, call Student Services at 542-3100.

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