All Posts For: 2013 Ballot Question

Muskegon Community College

MCC Downtown Center News!

Posted by on 09.11.14 in 2013 Ballot Question, Construction Projects, Uncategorized

Muskegon Community College has signed a purchase agreement with The Herald Publishing Co. LLC and the owners of the former Muskegon Chronicle building, 981 Third St., to buy the building and an adjacent parking lot. The announcement was made during a special meeting of the MCC Board of Trustees on Thursday, Sept. 11. The identification […]

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More Student Participation Needed!

Posted by on 12.17.13 in 2013 Ballot Question, Uncategorized

As you may know, the College is embarking on its most ambitious building improvement project since relocating to our present Marquette and Quarterline site in the late 1960s. You can and should be a part of this exciting process. Earlier in 2013, the College established a Science Center Committee that is now completing designs for […]

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Why A Downtown Presence For MCC?

Posted by on 10.21.13 in 2013 Ballot Question

I am often asked about why MCC is pursuing a downtown presence. Here is my take: If we need additional or replacement space, why not build the space where it is most cost effective and where it will have the highest economic impact? Integrating additional space in the community will directly support the community component […]

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Why Do We Need To Expand?

Posted by on 10.21.13 in 2013 Ballot Question

I am often asked, why do we need to expand?  Aren’t we right sized already?  The answer to this is simple: 2,000 and 5,000 2,000 represents the approximate number of students MCC enrolled in the mid-1960s 5,000 is where we are now given current projections, and where we have been for the previous three years […]

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About MCC’s Bond Proposal

Posted by on 10.01.13 in 2013 Ballot Question

Muskegon Community College is seeking voter approval on November 5, 2013, for a $23.7 million bond issue that will provide needed funding to renovate the campus science lab facilities, health/recreation center, arts space, as well as establish a satellite facility in downtown Muskegon.  Since opening in 1967 with 2,000-plus students, the campus now annually serves […]

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