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I like that at MCC, everybody is there to help you whenever you need it. At the beginning of the year, I had no idea what I was doing. I’m a first-generation college student and my parents and I didn’t know how this worked, and everybody helped me as much as they could. It was a really great experience for me. It made me more confident in myself and I’m really glad that I’m here.
MCC has over 80 areas of study
We have an 8:1 student-to-faculty ratio
We cover 11,500 square miles, which is most of northeastern Colorado
Nursing- RN to BSN
This program embraces diversity and provides a quality, accessible, enriching educational experience that allows the student to continue lifelong learning using evidence-based practice in the profession of nursing.
PROGRAMA DE EMPRENDIMIENTO MULTICULTURAL
Este programa está diseñado para el empresario que habla español, que necesita ayuda para navegar por las preocupaciones financieras, logísticas y de recursos humanos en la propiedad o crecimiento de un negocio.
DHAMAAN GANACSATADA SOOMAALIYEED
Waxaan kaa caawin karnaa inaad dhisto ama aad xoojiso kobaca ganacsigaaga si aad u garab istaagto bulshadeena! barnaamijkaan waxa loo diyaariyey dhamaan wixii ganacsade afka soomaaliga ku hadla una baahan in uu barto xisaabaadka, gaadiidka iyo maareynta shaqaalaha uu ganacsigu leeyahay.
Over 42% of our students are in a minority group
63% of our students are the first in their family to go to college
Maggie Camacho grew up in the Akron area and became interested in the credit union industry shortly after high school. The philosophy of “people helping people” aligned with her passion for helping consumers and underserved communities. She was a Vice President and an instrumental leader in growing the credit union where she worked. Being from Northeast Colorado, Maggie understands pride and care for the community, and her dad’s hard work ethic taught her to be determined. Bringing that determination to a new role at MCC, Maggie strives to use her knowledge and experience to help small and aspiring entrepreneurs grow their businesses. Her hope is to help students overcome obstacles, including language barriers, and show them ways to succeed!
Jim DeLung, Morgan Community College (MCC) Media Design Faculty, will be the key speaker for the I-70 Corridor Chamber of Commerce Lunch and Learn....
The Morgan Community College (MCC) Foundation received $10,100 from the Morgan County Partnership for Children & Families (MCPCF) to fund scholarships for eight students in MCC’s Early Childhood...
Morgan Community College (MCC) Center for Arts and Community Enrichment (CACE) will offer a virtual performance of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing by actors from the Colorado...
Fort Morgan, CO 9/29/2020. Morgan Community College (MCC) Center for Arts and Community Enrichment (CACE) will host two distinctly different presentations by Rodney Wood on October 8, 2020. The...
Savings over nearby 4-year institutions