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Blue River Campus Visit


Blue River (Eastern Jackson and Lafayette counties)

Blue River Career Education Night

Meet instructors. Get hands on with many of the career programs available at MCC. Learn about the admissions and enrollment process to start your future.

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Blue River Early College Academy Night

Are you interested in doing Early College with MCC at Blue River? Come get your questions answered and get started on the path to college while you're in high school. We will have staff, faculty, and administrators on hand to assist you during the event.

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Campus Visit

Discover MCC-Blue River and experience campus life as you tour the campus and visit with admission professionals. You will learn about financial aid, programs available, and discuss what steps you will need to take to become a student! Please note: Enrollment in classes does not take place during this appointment.the Welcome Center.

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MCC Spring Preview Day

If you are considering furthering your college career, come to our Spring Preview Day, and learn more about our many degree and certificate programs, the enrollment process and what makes MCC Your College, Your Future. We will have campus tour, classroom demonstrations, and advisors on hand to answer questions.

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New Student Orientation - Blue River

New Student Orientation (NSO) is a series of events, activities, and opportunities developed to assist students, both first-year and transfer, and their family members to transition to college or transferring from another institution. At NSO, you will complete essential tasks and gain information that is key to your success at MCC-Blue River. NSO is programmed for the entire block of time, so we ask that you please be prepared to stay for the entire session. After participating in New Student Orientation, students will be able to: - Recognize the importance of making connections with faculty, staff and administrators. - Identify one way they can be actively engaged on campus and how a connection to campus eases the transition to college. - Familiarize themselves with locations of offices and support services available through their campus. (To include but not limited to tutoring, library, CL&L, faculty, police, etc.) - Be able to describe an academic goal and illustrate how it relates to their career goal. If you require special accommodations for the event, please contact the Disability Support Services Office at 816-604-6568. For questions regarding New Student Orientation, please contact the Campus Life and Leadership Office at 816-604-6636.

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Last Modified: 6/1/18