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Is Taking a Fall Semester at a Community College Right for You?

Fall semester is in sight, but the view is still a little hazy. If it looks like you might be living in your room at home rather than in a dorm with your friends, you’re not alone. Many colleges are talking about offering online-only courses this fall. As a rising freshman or sophomore, it may […]

Triple Play – Juggling life as a student, parent, and an employee

By Hannah Bennett Observer Contributor How difficult is it to take care of yourself during college? There’s getting up on time, getting ready, eating breakfast, and the rest of the “morning routine” before school. Setting time for any homework or projects is also a must and isn’t always easy. On top of that, a job […]

Phi Theta Kappa “Parachute Team” is Making Face Masks for Community Organizations

Every spring, the MWCC Phi Theta Kappa Chapter members hold a Character Breakfast to raise money for local food pantries. When COVID-19 forced the cancellation of this annual event, the PTK students were disappointed, but still wanted to do a community service project. New PTK member, Paige Landry, suggested making masks for local community organizations, […]

Graduate Profile: Sam Simon – Future Aerospace Engineer

Introducing Sam Simon, MWCC and Pathways College Experience Class of 2020! Sam came to MWCC as an early college student under the Pathways College Experience Dual Enrollment program. A bright student who excelled in math and science, he was bored at the small regional school he attended. His high school was small enough that it […]

How to Register for Class!

Registering for courses online is easy, even if you normally meet with an advisor. Online registration is available 24/7 and you can do it in your jammies! Now, what’s better than that? First Step – What classes do you need? Log onto iConnect and click the DegreeWorks icon. You are now able to view which […]