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Community College declares Week of Giving

The Iowa Valley Community College District Employee Engagement Committee has declared Dec. 3-7 as its Week of Giving. During the week, local community college employees and community members are encouraged to support one or more designated projects with donations. All donations will be directed to community college students and/or community charities. The daily designated projects…

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MCC’s Pumpkin Jamboree is Oct. 24

Marshalltown Community College will host its 8th annual “Pumpkin Jamboree” on Wednesday, October 24, on the MCC campus. Trick or treating will take place in the residence halls from 6 to 7 pm, and there will be games and activities in Babe Harder Gym from 6 to 8 pm. This event is free and open…

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Medical Assistants Recognition Week is Oct. 15-19

Marshalltown Community College is gearing up to celebrate Medical Assistants Recognition Week Oct. 15-19, as designated by the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA). Medical assistants across the country will be recognized during this special week and honored on Medical Assistants Recognition Day, which is Wednesday, Oct. 17. In celebration of Medical Assistants Recognition Week, …

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Medical Assisting program receives reaccreditation notice

Iowa Valley Community College District has received notice that the Medical Assisting programs offered at Marshalltown Community College and Ellsworth Community College in Iowa Falls and have been reaccredited through 2027. The nine-year reaccreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Occupation Programs (CAAHEP) recognizes that the programs are in compliance with nationally established…

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MCC hosts FAFSA Ready Iowa Oct. 9 & 23

Students and families can get free assistance with forms required for federal financial aid at FAFSA Ready Iowa sessions hosted by Marshalltown Community College this month. The FAFSA help will be available from 4 to 7 pm on two Tuesdays, Oct. 9 & 23, in the MCC Computer Lab, room 215. “Anyone planning to attend…

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Tornado Relief Scholarships still available

Knowing that many Marshalltown Community College students were impacted by the July 19 tornado, the MCC Foundation quickly established a Tornado Relief Scholarship this summer to assist those impacted. For the Fall 2018 semester that began on Aug. 27, 33 students received a total of $50,549 in scholarship assistance. There is good news for those…

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‘Kickin’ the Kaiser’ historical program is Sept. 26 at MCC

Marshalltown Community College’s Western Civilization class is co-sponsoring a program that’s part of a 60-venue, four-state, five-week fall tour entitled “The Kaiser, The Killer, The Clan and The Cow War: The Lasting Legacy of Reaction-Based Social Movements in America’s Heartland, 1914-1934.” Iowa historian Michael Luick-Thrams will present “Kickin’ the Kaiser” at MCC on Wednesday, Sept….

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Applications due Nov. 27 for $40,000 Jack Kent Cooke scholarships

MARSHALLTOWN – Current Marshalltown Community College students and graduates are reminded that applications will be accepted from Sept. 13 through Nov. 27, 2018, for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships. MCC graduate Felicia Hoerner of Toledo received one of the $40,000 scholarships in 2015 and it enabled her to continue to pursue her…

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MCC welcomes new faculty, staff and coaches

NEW FACES AT MCC – Marshalltown Community College is welcoming 12 new faculty, staff and head coaches to the campus this fall. Pictured are, from left, Beth Johanns (Associate Dean of Health Occupations), Rick Dorsey (Natural Gas Faculty), Allie Osmundson (Academic Advising Specialist), Ryan Flack (Marshalltown Education Partnership/MEP Program Coordinator), Kristen Murphy (Computer Applications Faculty),…

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MCC/Iowa Valley rolls out MarshalltownRecovery.com

The cost of a college education can be intense for any family, but for those who suffered the loss of home, car or income due to the July 19 tornado, the idea may seem like a lost dream. Already, Marshalltown Community College has received notice from students who have withdrawn from fall term classes due…

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2017 Honors Graduates in caps and gowns

MCC Honors Program is on the grow