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MN Gov. Mark Dayton Visits MCTC

Governor Dayton visits MCTC At a celebration held in MCTC's new nursing facilities, College officials thanked Gov. Mark Dayton for the $13.4 million they received from the State’s 2012 bonding bill to remodel several of its workforce program areas, including facilities for Nursing and Allied Health programs. The College also celebrated its new three-year BSN partnership with Augsburg College.

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2013 Cinema Excellence Awards Winners

2013 Cinema Excellence Awards The MCTC Cinema Division has announced the winners for the 2013 Excellence Awards. The Excellence Awards ceremony brings MCTC students, faculty, staff and the local film community together to recognize students for their work and award scholarships.

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Operation Recovery

Operation Recovery

In an effort to overcome stigma affiliated with drug and alcohol recovery, organizers of Operation Recovery invite all students and members of the community to attend the events held in the outdoor MCTC plaza.

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MN Senate Members Visit MCTC

MN Senators visit MCTC

Members of the Minnesota Senate Higher Education Committee visited MCTC today as part of a month-long “listening tour” of 18 Colleges and Universities throughout the state. The visit was comprised of Sens. Terri Bonoff, chair of the Minnesota Higher Education and Workforce Development Committee, Greg Clausen, vice chair and Scott Dibble, congressman for District 61 which encompasses MCTC’s campus. The visits are designed to gather input from students and key stakeholders about ways to improve the state’s higher education systems.

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MCTC Receives Great Lakes Grant

MCTC TRIO Starting Point students

Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation has awarded MCTC a grant of $116,641 through its college success grant program. This funding will be used by MCTC’s Starting Point program to provide academic services such as tutoring, mentoring and intensive advising, as well as access to learning communities.

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