Get Credit for Winter!
Registration for Winter Intersession is now open. Students may register online or in-person. Winter Intersession runs December 29, 2014–January 15, 2015 and offers more than 20 courses to choose from. Students may view courses online.
The events included a VIP reception at the historic Philip Cheney Mansion at 50 Forest Street, Manchester, and a ribbon cutting with guest entrepreneurs Tom and Kate Chappell. Together these raised more than $109,000 for VEC programs.
The event, which is free, is open to anyone interested in MCC, including traditional as well as non-traditional students, military veterans, and adults in transition or people interested in making career changes or boosting their employability.
Ceramics students in Manchester Community College’s Visual Fine Arts program have been working on their own time for the past month to create a series of special handmade bowls for the 17th Annual Empty Bowls Project.
Last year when Shay Smith’s friends were off to four-year schools and dorm life, her plan was to join them as soon as possible. That plan changed after a very short time at Manchester Community College.