Sustainability Efforts Highlighted on Plaza Tour
Following three years of extensive development and redesign aimed at upgrading facilities, mitigating stormwater runoff, beautifying the campus and connecting the College aesthetically to its Loring Park, Walker Art Center and Downtown Minneapolis neighbors, the MCTC plaza reopened in 2013 as a lush, inviting canvas of natural plants, grasses and flowers where once acres of concrete sprawled.
Changes to MCTC Dining and Catering Provider
MCTC will be working with Groceries & Deli on Harmon for fulfillment of the College’s dining and catering needs.
Construction Begins on Outdoor Art Installation
MCTC has begun construction of an artistic endeavor to further beautify the campus and visually connect the Loring Park community to Downtown Minneapolis.
Partnership Program Employs Homeless Youth
YouthLink, the Minneapolis Downtown Improvement District and Minneapolis Community and Technical College have teamed up to launch the Youth Outreach Program, a new pilot initiative aimed at connecting the city’s homeless youth with the resources they need to find independence.
Student Receives Full-Ride Scholarship
Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC) Liberal Arts student Sara Osman was one of 90 students nationwide selected from 2,000 applicants to receive a full Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.