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Attention MC Students: Are you transferring to a university in August? We want to hear from you! MC is celebrating Chaps who are continuing their education.
Post a picture of yourself and your acceptance letter or of yourself in attire representing your transferring university to social media (SnapChat, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook) with #ChapsTakeFlight for a chance to be featured on social media platforms. (Tag @ChapsConnect and be sure to crop out personal information.)
Post by April 30.
Members of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society are inducted into the Midland College Chapter.
This FREE workshop will cover items college admissions counselors are looking for in admission, transfer and scholarship essays. The workshop includes an interactive exercise to help you begin your own essay.
Due to COVID-19, all workshops are limited to 10, and participants must wear a face covering. Register by calling (432) 685-4718.
The regular monthly meeting of the Midland College Board of Trustees meets today. This is an open meeting, and the public is invited to attend. Meeting agenda is available on the Board of Trustees web page.
The MC Career & Student Resource Center and MC Student Activities office invite you to a special workshop featuring the following topics
This workshop will help prepare you for the April 23 Career Fair.
Enjoy songs from "Die Fledermaus," "Le Nozze Di Figaro," "The Ballad of Baby Doe" and "Werther" performed by MC Choir Director Kattie Osuamkpe (Mezzo Soprano) and accompanied on the piano by Dr. Joan Lucas.
The event is FREE, and all are welcome.
Face coverings and social distancing required.
The MC Career & Student Resource Center and MC Student Activities Office are partnering with Permian Basin Workforce Solutions for a virtual career fair. MC students and community job seekers will be able to get a jump start on a rewarding, satisfying career.
REGISTER (Students/Job Seekers)
List of Participating Employers
Universities Recruiting MC Graduates for Advanced Education in Health Professions
The annual West Texas Symposium of History covers subjects in a historical perspective and showcases community college and lower division branches of Texas universities faculty and students, as well as graduate students. Presentations include traditional history, literature, archaeology, philosophy, political science, art and the teaching of these areas. This year's symposium will be a virtual event.
This Year's Topics
“We are excited about the agenda for this year’s symposium, as the topics are diverse and cover aspects of history that may not be familiar to many," said MC Henry Chair of History Dr. David Hopkins, who also serves as event coordinator. "
Symposium participants will be able to ask questions and participate in discussion following each presentation.
The symposium and accompanying West Texas Journal of History are made possible through a generous endowment by Paula and Jim Henry.
Information about virtual access coming soon.
Scholarship applications for the fall semester open today. MC awards over $1 million annually in donor-directed scholarships. Don't miss out on yours! Apply online
Applications received by July 1, 2021 receive priority consideration.
Attention students: Now is the time to get a good start on your financial life and understand basic financial steps that you can take like budgeting and managing debt. These things are key to your financial wellness now and in the future. There are many financial demands you face. Some are immediate, like rent and student loan payments, and some are long-term goals, like saving for a home and/or retirement.
This FREE webcast will help you develop the knowledge and habits to achieve your financial goals and long-term financial health. Start now so you can do the things you want to do in the future.
To help you get started, the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Department of Education and the Federal Trade Commission will provide information and tools for creating your own financial plan to manage your money. Take charge of your financial future--join this webcast for discussions on student loans, budgeting, credit and credit scores, managing debt, setting financial goals, taking advantage of employee benefits, saving for retirement and more.
Please REGISTER for the webcast, and then the link for the event will be emailed to you.
Individuals with disabilities who need special accommodations should email Debra Golding.
The list of attendees will be available upon request. Please email Debra Golding if you do not want your name shared.
The MC Music Department invites all to enjoy a guitar recital performed by MC guitar students.
Congratulations to MC Associate Degree Nursing graduates. This ceremony highlights their success as they receive the traditional pin marking the transition from nursing student to nursing professional.
Midland College Foundation and Midland Memorial Foundation host this informative seminar about planned giving. Professional development credit for attorneys and CPAs will be issued through the Midland College Workforce Continuing Education department.
Congratulations to all MC graduates and certificate completers.
Ceremony begins at 8:00 p.m. Students who will be participating in the ceremony should be at Grande Stadium no later than 7:15 p.m.
Thank you for a great year! If you will be leaving MC, we wish you the best of luck. For those of you who will be returning in the fall, have a great summer; we'll see you in August!
Today is the first class day of the May Mini-Semester. Be sure to participate in your course on the first class day so that you won't get dropped. For information about accessing Midland College online courses, visit the Canvas Learning Management System web page.