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Juneteenth Learning Resources

Learning about Juneteenth is part of a broader education of the practice, impact, and legacy of slavery that speaks to Black history in this country, and therefore American history at large. Looking to dig a little deeper into the history of Juneteenth? Here are some resources to help you: PBS: What Is Juneteenth?: https://www.pbs.org/wnet/african-americans-many-rivers-to-cross/history/what-is-juneteenth/ What […]

How to Prepare for Your First Day of College

Your first day of college is an exciting time, but we know it can be intimidating. If you’re looking for some tips on your first day of college, we’ve got you covered. From getting ready the night before to showing up early for class, there are plenty of little things you can do to feel […]

7 Study Hacks for College Students

Learning how to study in college can be easy. Taking the time to discover what works best for you takes time, but there are plenty of methods to explore. Not every habit will work for every student, but there are so many study tips for college students that you’re sure to find one or two […]

Taking College Courses Over the Summer

Whether you’re a high school student looking to build your college application or a current college student trying to graduate early, taking a summer class is an excellent way to keep your brain thinking and save you money on tuition. College courses are more rigorous than high school classes, and summer courses can be more […]

Graduate Profile: Rosemary Ireni, Achieving a Childhood Dream

As the old African adage goes “It takes a village to raise a child” and so I am ever grateful to my family, friends, and faculty mentors for their support. I especially thank my personal “cheerleaders”, my wonderful children, family, and colleagues. And to my faculty family, I can’t thank the MWCC Nursing Department enough, […]