The Flint HIlls Masterworks Chorale is a community choir sponsored by MCC and this semester has approximately 75 members. Dr. Yu Oppenheim, co-director of the Kansas State University's choral studies, is the director. The featured works on this concert will be Te Deum by Dvorak, Christmas Oratorio by Saint-Saens, and Many Moods of Christmas, Suite Four, arranged by Shaw and Bennett. Held at K-State's All Faith Chapel, there is no admission charge, but donations to help defray expenses of the performance are welcome.
Come and join the conversation. The purpose of this conference is to promote research, discussion, and academic fellowship on issues relating to the Christian faith. This year's theme "The Bible in a Post-Literate Culture" will help us explore the challenges of preaching and teaching to people who don't read books.
Semester final exams this week for on-campus, traditional courses. The schedule (.pdf) will be posted here when availabe and on MCC Online. Students should read the final exam policy found in the academic secion of the catalog.
Today is the last day to drop or change your enrollment status. No drops for traditional courses will be allowed after today. Your Advisor's signature is required on the form. [This date does not apply to LEAD or online coures.]
Current students may begin enrolling for Spring 2015 courses online in MyMCC in this priority order:
• Monday: Seniors (90 or more hours)
• Tuesday: Juniors (60 -89 hours)
• Wednesday: Sophomores (30-59 hours)
• Thursday: Freshmen (1-29 hours)
• Friday: All degree-seeking students
Students should see their advisors to ensure program tracking and to receive your Advisor Pin number.
Non-degree students may begin enrolling in Spring courses on Monday, November 10 by coming to the Registrar's office.