December 2012 News Archive

December 21, 2012 Sandy Hook Memorial
On December 21 the college community gathered at the Great Path Academy entrance for a moment of silence in memory of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims.
December 21, 2012 MCC on Main Brings College Feel to Downtown Manchester
The town and Manchester Community College are committed to each other. That was proven in July when MCC and Manchester jointly opened MCC on Main in a storefront on Main Street. The space is dedicated to promoting the arts, culture and higher education.
December 20, 2012 MCC Arts and Education Center Gallery Named in Memory of Adolf and Virginia Dehn
Supporters of the MCC Foundation and art education in the community gathered together to celebrate the dedication of the Adolf and Virginia Dehn Gallery at the MCC Arts and Education Center on December 13.
December 12, 2012 MCC on Main Bringing More Business Downtown
Several months after opening its doors, Manchester Community College’s new arts and education center has increased foot traffic along Main Street, officials and downtown district leaders say.
December 12, 2012 MCC Foundation Awards 135 Student Scholarships
The Manchester Community College Foundation awarded $108,600 in scholarships to 135 students for the Spring 2013 semester. The Scholarship Reception was held on Monday, December 10 and those attending included students, their families, faculty, staff, donors and members of the MCC Foundation Board.
December 5, 2012 Where Zombies and Higher Education Meet
MCC’s computer game design degree program combines creativity, fun and multimedia skills demanded by a multi-million-dollar industry
December 4, 2012 Meet Ann Bonney, Director of Credit-Free Programs at Manchester Community College
Ann Bonney, Director of Credit-Free Programs at MCC, shares her thoughts about credit-free programs with Manchester Patch.
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