Fall Semester

Register today! Classes start August 19, 2024.

Fall semester at MCC starts in late August and is when most Career & Technical Education program cohorts start! This semester also features general education classes that are guaranteed to transfer to all public, Colorado universities as well. Starting late September/early October you can take advantage of our Express Classes that are shorter in length to meet your schedule needs.

This semester is also the time to start joining student clubs to make friends, help improve the college, and build your college resume.

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Fall Schedules

Main Schedule
Weekend College
Express Courses

If this is your last semester you MUST apply to graduate to receive your certificate or degree.

This semester, study under a

Fulbright Scholar

MCC has the honor of hosting Dr. Escamilla Rodriguez of the El Salvadoran Academy of History as a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence for the 2024-25 academic year.

Join us this fall to learn about Latin American History and engage with him through student groups and community organizations.

Study Latin American History this Fall Under Dr. Escamilla

HIS 2200 History of Latin America (guaranteed to transfer course)

  • Tue & Thu
  • Aug 19 – Dec 06
  • 1:00PM – 2:15PM
  • In-person or Zoom Course
  • Course Registration #22186

Dr. Escamilla's Biography

Dr. Marlon Escamilla has a Ph.D. in Archeology with a master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology from Vanderbilt University. He also holds a postgraduate degree in Social Anthropology and a bachelor’s degree in Archeology from Universidad Tecnológica de El Salvador (UTEC).

Dr. Escamilla has served as National Director of Cultural Heritage of the Ministry of Culture of El Salvador, as Curator of the University Museum of Anthropology of UTEC and was an editorial assistant for the academic journal Ancient Mesoamerica published by Cambridge University Press. He is currently the coordinator of the bachelor’s degree in Archeology at UTEC.

He has been recognized for his excellence in teaching, having received awards in both the United States and El Salvador as Outstanding Teaching Assistant in the Department of Anthropology at Vanderbilt University and Distinguished Teacher at the Technological University of El Salvador.

His academic interests include landscape archaeology, the anthropology of movement, migrations, underwater archeology, and the study of rock art. Since 2010 he has directed the Archaeological Project of Costa del Bálsamo, exploring the first migratory waves of the Nahua-Pipil groups during the Postclassic period. Dr. Escamilla has published in academic journals and has presented his research at conferences in the United States and Europe.

He is also the founder and current president of the Association of Archeology of El Salvador (ARQUES); founder of the International Council of Museums (ICOM-El Salvador); and a member of the Salvadoran Academy of History.

How will Dr. Escamilla Spend His Year at MCC?

Dr. Escamilla is the 2024-25 Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence at Morgan Community College, a program sponsored by the U.S. Fulbright Commission that brings scholars from countries around the world to the colleges and universities in the United States. MCC is one of only two colleges in the Mountain West to have been awarded a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence.

At MCC, he will teach classes in Latin American history, work with faculty and instructors on internationalizing their curriculum, engage with student groups, and serve as a guest lecturer.

He will also collaborate with various community organizations in Morgan County, including local schools, the Fort Morgan Library and Museum, One Morgan County, and the United Way of Morgan County, among others. Dr. Escamilla is available for guest lectures in the community and is excited to experience life in Fort Morgan starting in early August.

Dr. Marlon Escamilla Rodriguez

Fall Semester Highlights!

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First Year Learning Community

If you are starting your first year at MCC, sign up for paired courses with the same group of students to get to know people and experience your first year together!

Mon/Wed Group

Sign up for the following classes:
ENG 1021 English Comp I (CRN #21454)
*AAA 1011 College 101 (CRN #21806)
PSY 1001 General Psych I (CRN #21549)

Tue/Thu Group

Sign up for the following classes:
ENG 1021 English Comp I (CRN #21455)
*AAA 1011 College 101 (CRN #21807)
PSY 1001 General Psych I (CRN #21550)

* If you sign up for all three classes in a cohort you will receive a scholarship for the AAA course.

For more information, contact an advisor!

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ICT Program

The Industrial Controls and Telematics (ICT) program trains students to work in the field of automation, robotics, and maintaining production systems. Learn from instructors in our Electrical Mechanic and Precision Agriculture programs.

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Weekend College

Built for students with busy schedules, work on your Associate’s Degree in our Weekend College courses. Features courses that are on Friday evenings, Saturday mornings/afternoons and offer some online/zoom class options.

Roadrunner Rush 2024

Join use for a fun day in early fall of games, food, prizes, and sign up for the many clubs MCC offers. Fall 2024 date coming soon!

Pictured: images from Roadrunner Rush 2023.