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Tours

Longview (Jackson, Cass, Bates counties)

Campus Visit

Discover MCC-Longview and experience campus life as you tour the campus, meet current students, and visit with admissions representatives. You will learn about financial aid, programs available, and discuss how to become a student!

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Events

Longview (Jackson, Cass, Bates counties)

Chart Your Course at MCC-Longview

Join us for Chart Your Course, an interactive workshop on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 from 6:00PM-8:00PM in the Education Center on the MCC-Longview Campus. MCC- Longview's counselors, advisors and admissions will act as your guides as you explore how MCC-Longview's programs and degrees will assist you in reaching your educational and professional goals.

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Engineering Night w/ Missouri S&T

You can build the future of your dreams at MCC-Longview's Engineering Night! Co-sponsored by Missouri S&T, this event is designed for high school juniors and seniors and anyone with an interest in Engineering. Students will learn more about: MCC's Engineering program, transfer agreements with Missouri S&T, experience class demonstrations, career opportunities, and meet alumni currently working in the industry. You will enjoy refreshments while participating in an informative and engaging evening devoted to students interested in a career in Engineering.

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FAFSA Frenzy

Paying for college can be a major obstacle, but we are here to help! Applying for financial aid begins with filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Bring your 2016 W-2 forms for assistance in completing the 2018-19 FAFSA. Drop in assistance available between the hours of 2pm-6pm.

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MCC-Longview College and Career Night for Adult Learners

Discover MCC-Longview and experience campus life as you visit with admission professionals, engage in career exploration, learn about financial aid, programs available, and discuss what steps you will need to take to become a student! This event is specifically designed for adult student learners.

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Men of Color Leadership Summit

The Men of Color Leadership Summit is designed for high school juniors and seniors to help promote a college-going mindset through empowerment, leadership development, and responsibility. Dynamic presenters, interactive break out sessions, and lunch is provided. High schools can call Lisa at 816-604-2249 for information on registering groups for the event. Students do not have to plan to attend MCC to participate.

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