Timeline Express Announcements

MCC Helps with Economic Development

2013 - MCC named one of The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Great Colleges to Work For” for third consecutive year. El Pomar Foundation awarded MCC a $50,000 grant to implement the college’s second entrepreneurial business plan class and competition. The Morgan...

GED Completion

2012 - 100 students completed their GED with ABE program. MCC received the highest quality climate survey ratings at the AQIP accreditation Strategy Forum, and for the second year in a row was rated a “Great College to Work For” by The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Radiology Technology & CACE

2011 - Received endowed chair gift from the Williams Family Foundation for Radiologic Technology Coordinator. Established the MCC Center for Arts and Community Enrichment. Received the Morgan County Economic Development Committee (MCEDC) Partnership Award 2011 - MCC...

MCC At the Top, Community Garden; Workplace Literacy Program

2010 - 40th Anniversary of MCC. New nursing, health science and technology addition and renovation completed. MCC ranked one of America’s Top 50 Community Colleges by the Washington Monthly. MCC partnered with Morgan County non-profit organizations to create a...

New Building & Nursing Accreditation

2009 - MCC Foundation funds a new building on campus, Cedar Hall, for Adult Basic Education, GED and ESL. MCC Nursing Program received national accreditation by NLNAC. MCC Jazz Ensemble created. 2009 - Morgan Community College was selected as Business of the Year by...

Eighth President

2008 - Dr. Kerry Hart becomes the eighth college president. Leadership Academy graduates first class.

New Building & Workplace Education

2007 - MCC Foundation plans a new Adult Basic Education building to be built on the Fort Morgan Campus. MCC/Cargill Meat Solutions Workplace Education program receives national recognition.

MCC Achieves 1000 FTE

2006 - Burlington Center moves into the newly built Burlington Community Education Center. MCC achieves 1000 FTE.

Increased Enrollment

2005 - MCC is one of four colleges in the state community college system to experience increased enrollment. Thirty-fifth Anniversary Celebrations includes Annual Gala and reunion for founders and first students. $2 million capital gifts campaign, "Dream Connections"...

What MCC Has Accomplished

2004 - MCC offers 50 academic and vocation programs and has enrolled 16,000 students since Summer semester of 1987. The college service area includes 11,500 square miles of eastern Colorado with regional centers in Bennett, Burlington, Limon, Wray, and Yuma. Nursing...