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Fall & Spring Semesters:
Mon-Thu: 8 am – 5 pm
Fri: 8 am – 4 pm
Closed Sat and Sun
Mon-Thu: 7 am – 6 pm
Closed Fri, Sat and Sun
The MCC honors program invites you to join us for a night to recognize our newest Presidents' Honors Scholars. We will be passing out congratulatory certificates, hearing from a guest speaker and enjoying light refreshments in a social setting.
This event is only for new incoming freshman who received the Presidents' Honors Scholarship and request that you limit your guests to under three. Please sign up at the link below for your preferred campus and guest count.
Shereen, Scott, Jennifer, Lanae, Mirelle and Pixi
All incoming Freshman are required attend both an Honors Orientation and a New Student Orientation. Sign up below with your chosen date and time for Honors Orientation, and provide Name, Student ID, and Phone Number.
There is one in-person orientation left at the Red Mountain campus. At this time you can either sign up and attend this orientation, or wait for us to contact you about watching the video online and submitting a worksheet for verification.
1:00pm - Wednesday, September 10,2014, Room M200 in the Community Room Building
The MCC Honors Program is dedicated to helping you reach your highest potential. We offer a rigorous multi-disciplinary curriculum that emphasizes active, small-group learning supported by related extra-curricular activities.
"The Honors Program challenged me to delve deeper into the subject I was studying, and gain a deeper, more meaningful understanding of the course material. The faculty and staff of the Honors Program believed in me, even when I did not believe in myself. They encouraged me to apply for, and ultimately get selected for several very prestigious scholarships and provided me with the educational framework I needed to succeed after transferring to a university. The Honors Program, in many ways, changed my life."
MCC Honors Program graduate now attending Columbia University
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