October 2017

September 2017

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    MHCC Welcomes New Food Service Vendors to Gresham Campus

    MHCC welcomes the Riverview Cafe and Black Rock Coffee Bar to the Gresham Campus this fall.

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    MHCC to Host Community Conservation and Repair Fair

    The first-ever Community Conservation and Repair Fair at MHCC will take place Saturday, Oct. 7, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Vista Dining Hall.

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    MHCC Offers New Engineering Technology Degree

    MHCC's Applied Technology division recently revamped its engineering technology degree for students wanting to work in entry-level engineering technician positions.

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    Update on DACA Resources and Changes in Law

    To continue our commitment in creating a safe and welcoming environment to all of our students, we wanted to share updated information and resources regarding DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program.

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    New Student Welcome Day at MHCC Puts Students on the Right Track to Success

    Mt. Hood Community College’s New Student Welcome Day gives new students – and their friends and family – the opportunity to wade into college life and ask the questions they need to be successful.

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    New Academic Degrees, Certificates Coming to MHCC in 2017-18

    Fall term at MHCC kicks off Monday, Sept. 25, and this year the college will offer a number of new degree and certificate programs. New MHCC programs cover the gamut, from health professions and theater arts to engineering and physical education.

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    A Part of Who I Am: Dr. Debra Derr to Retire from MHCC in 2018

    For Mt. Hood Community College President Dr. Debra Derr, MHCC has always been her home away from home. In 1987, she started at the college coordinating disability services before working up to a vice president of student development and services.

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    Recent DACA Decision

    This past Tuesday, September 5, 2017, President Trump announced through Attorney General Jeff Sessions that he would be ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. This announcement will negatively impact students and their families attending Mt. Hood Community College.

August 2017

July 2017

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    MHCC’s Sustainability, Health and Safety Program Prepares Students for In-Demand Jobs

    A new report titled “The State of Safety,” from the nonprofit National Safety Council, ranks Oregon and Washington among the seven U.S. states with the best track records in workplace safety.

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    MHCC Foundation Establishes Scholarship to Honor College Supporters

    The MHCC Foundation Finance Committee recently established a new annual scholarship that will honor a local community member or an MHCC employee or board member who has shown exemplary service to the college.

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    MHCC Names New Interim Co-Head Track & Field Coaches

    Fernando Fantroy Sr. and Kelly Holding, assistant coaches under head coach Doug Bowman, will serve as interim co-head coaches during the 2018 season. Coach Bowman passed away in May following a year-long battle with brain cancer.

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    Fred Schnell, 2017 NWAC Hall of Fame Inductee

    Mt. Hood Community College Health and Physical Education instructor Fred Schnell keeps a list of people he thinks deserve to be inducted into the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) Hall of Fame. And each spring, when the Conference begins accepting regional nominations, he tracks down that list and submits a couple of names to MHCC Athletic Director Kim Hyatt.

June 2017

May 2017