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Join us for Student Success Day, Wednesday, Sept. 13

Join us on Wednesday, Sept. 13 for Student Success Day!

About Student Success Day

Student Success Day is a day to get connected to campus resources and engage with your fellow students, faculty and staff. On Student Success day, faculty and staff offer presentations, workshops and activities to help you be successful in school, prepare for graduation or transfer and achieve your career goals. This fall, Student Success Day takes place Wednesday, September 13, 2017. There are no classes on Student Success Day and parking is free! In addition, there will be a $7 box lunch available in the cafeteria provided by Tiffin Man.

Here is What You Do

When you arrive to campus on Student Success Day, check in at the welcome tables in the T Skyway. There are people there who can answer your questions and hand you printed schedules with room locations. Stop by the tables to meet the MCTC deans and grab a donut. They are eager to visit with you about MCTC’s eight Schools and explore which School matches your academic goals.

How the Day is Organized

The day is organized in a conference format and will give you a chance to interact informally with our staff and faculty around a variety of important topics including:

  • Classroom Success
  • Career Planning and Exploration
  • Financial Fitness
  • Graduation and Transfer Planning
  • Leadership and Student Life
  • Technology to Know
  • Health and Wellness
  • Student Support

Student Success Day sessions last 50 minutes and take place between 9 a.m. and 6:20 p.m.

Program Schedule is available here.

Keynote Speaker

Deon Clark
Photo credit: Deon Clark

Keynote Speaker: Deon Clark
Location: T Building Plaza and Cafeteria
Time: 12-1:30 p.m.

Deon Clark is the Chief Executive Officer of TCI Solutions, LLC; a certified veteran and minority owned business committed to providing the highest quality of consultation in three key areas: Workforce Talent Pipeline Development, Corporate Diversity - Inclusion and Engagement Strategies, and Educational Development Services for Teachers & Students.

Mr. Clark is a veteran of the United States Nuclear Navy, and served as a Licensed Senior Nuclear Reactor Operations Instructor and HR consultant in the Energy sector. He is the creator of the Legacy Iᶟ Workforce Model, a talent creation system that serves as an incubator for local, diverse, high quality workforce candidates. He has developed robust talent development pipelines for major US companies such as Xcel Energy, Arizona Public Service, Omaha Public Power District, Thomson Reuters, and countless others.

Deon earned his B.S. in Human Resource Management form the New School University in NY, NY. He earned his Senior Nuclear Reactor Operator Instructor Certification from Exelon’s LaSalle Generating Station in IL.

Biography provided by Deon Clark.

We look forward to seeing you on September 13!

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