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Welding Graduates Enter Workforce


Zack Gibbs and Aaron Dugger found a career that is satisfying and pays well. The Mayland Community College Welding graduates entered the workforce after receiving training through MCC’s welding programs. Both took classes while in high school and enrolling at the college. Gibbs says he took a hobby that he did with his father and turned it into a career.
 “I figured (more)

Boyd To Serve as Chair for CCA


Mayland Community College President Dr. John Boyd has been chosen to serve as the chairperson for the Community Colleges of the Appalachia (CCA). Boyd will serve in this capacity for a two-year term. The CCA is a voluntary organization of public community colleges who serve the common interests of member colleges and their communities through programs and services beneficial to the (more)

MCC Basic Law Enforcement Graduates


Mayland Community College Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) students completed their requirements for graduation. The BLET program provides students essential skills required for entry-level employment as law enforcement officers with state, county, or municipal governments, or with private enterprise. This program utilizes State commission-mandated topics and methods of instruction. (more)

MCC Presidents List for Spring 2016


MCC Announces Spring 2016 President’s List
Administrators at Mayland Community College recently announced the names of students receiving academic distinction for Spring Semester 2016. (more)

MCC Honor Roll for Spring 2016


MCC Announces Honor Roll for Spring 2016
Administrators at Mayland Community College recently announced the names of students receiving academic distinction for the Spring 2016 semester. (more)

MCC Deans List for Spring 2016


MCC Announces Dean’s list for Spring 2016
Administrators at Mayland Community College recently announced the names of students receiving academic distinction for the Spring 2016. (more)

MCC Pinebridge Project Update


Mayland Community College is currently assessing potential use opportunities for the Pinebridge coliseum and hotel facilities in Spruce Pine as part of the college’s masterplan update. The Pinebridge facilities will replace the need to build two new buildings planned on the Mitchell Campus. MCC and a panel of community members identified needs for the college and the (more)