MC Faculty: Are you ready to jump start into the new MYATHENS SSO (Single Sign-On) Authentication? Do you have quetions about logging into Office 365 and the LRC's electronic databases?
LRC staff are ready to assist. Please stop by the Fasken LRC on Thursday, July 11 or 18 at 10:00 a.m. for a one-on-one tutorial.
Welcome to all students who have been admitted to the Texas A&M-Concho Engineering Academy. Enjoy dinner and get to know your fellow classmates.
The Midland College Lady Chaparral Volleyball program will be hosting a variety of volleyball summer camps - geared towards different age groups and skill levels - during the months of June and July.
More information and online registration ...
The MC Cogdell Learning Center and the MC Business & Economic Development Center hosts an open-air market showcasing area small businesses. The market features one-of-a-kind items, homemade and locally grown foods, unique gifts and music. This market occurs on the third Saturday of the month from June to September.
The July market will focus on health. Midland Health and Midland College Health Sciences Continuing ducation will have health-related information and activities at the event. This includes FREE CHAIR MASSAGES!
Vendors slated to participate include Mandujano Brothers Produce, Spenser's Art, Texrocks, Anna's Fashion & Gifts, Shade Tree Salsa, Apostolic Assembly Church, Cherry Creek Mortgage, DASH Realty, Behrnes Pepper Salts, Maddie Bakes Cookies, Balance by Erika Nieto, Lil' Czech Bakery, Abbeville Dentistry, Star Bright Boutique, Wink Naturals and R Kreations.
Midland College is joining other community partners for the five-day Wellness Tour on July 30-August 3. The Wellness Tour is sponsored by Midland Health and includes FREE activities and events scheduled throughout the week to promote physical and mental health.
On Thursday, July 31, 1:00-2:30 p.m., in the MC Advanced Technology Center Blankinship Lecture Hall, 3200 W. Cuthbert, Midland College will host a lecture and discussion focusing on stress management. The seminar entitled “Stress Management Practices: A Mind-Body Approach” is presented by Jennifer Whitehead, RYT, RCYT and Dr. Michael Whitehead, DC.
“Midland College is excited to be a participant in the Wellness Tour again this year,” said Wendy Wood-Collins, MC associate dean of Health Sciences Dual Credit and Continuing Education. “This will be an excellent opportunity to learn how to prevent and manage stress before the busy onslaught of the fall season.”
The seminar will focus on ways to cope with and reduce stress associated with daily activities. Discussion will include the physical and behavioral symptoms of stress and applied practices for helping to restore balance and calmness.
Reservations are not required for the July 31 seminar.
Get those scholarship applications for fall in NOW! Deadline is 5:00 p.m. today.
All students enrolled in this exciting partnership among Texas A&M, Concho Engineering and Midland College are encouraged to attend this informative session and meet with faculty, tour facilities and learn about scholarship information.
MC, in partnership with the Midland Independent School District, is proud to establish the first pre-kingergarten charter academy in Midland. Pre-K classes begin on August 14. The public is invited to the open house, ribbon cutting and reception to celebrate this exciting event.
Congratulations to the MC 2019 Vocational Nursing class upon successful completion of the coursework! Family and friends are invited to join the students during this traditional pinning and candlelighting ceremony celebrating program completion.
he MC Cogdell Learning Center and the MC Business & Economic Development Center hosts an open-air market showcasing area small businesses. The market features one-of-a-kind items, homemade and locally grown foods, unique gifts and music.
Hurry! Time is running out. Get registered for fall classes this week!
Regular monthly meeting of the Midland College Board of Trustees. Agenda is available on the Midland College website
Residence halls will open at 10:00 a.m.
Find out how to succeed at MC! Meet faculty; locate classrooms and labs.
Come out, bring your family, and cheer-on the Lady Chaps!
The MC volleyball team opens the 2019 season on Friday when they host the Midland College Kick-Off Classic at the Al G. Langford Chaparral Center. The Lady Chaps will host four teams in the two-day event.
The Classic is a “round robin” format with each team playing each of the others beginning on Friday, August 23rd and concluding on Saturday, August 24th.
Game times and opponents to be announced.
Complete MC Lady Chaparral Volleyball schedule
Welcome to the first class day of the fall 2019 semester. Good luck in your classes. You've made the "Start." Now it's time to "Strive" so that you will "Succeed." #StartStriveSucceed
All campus locations closed.
The Phyllis and Bob Cowan Performing Arts Series invites you to be transformed to the land of Italy, and bathe in its rich culture with the sounds of The Four Italian Tenors. This wonderful evening will salute four great Italian tenors Enrico Caruso, Mario Lanza, Luciano Pavarotti and Andrea Bocelli.
In their inaugural U.S. tour a sensational young new Italian ensemble present an extraordinary program of the most famously beloved Italian opera arias and songs, fusing Italian wit and charm with romanticism, lyricism, dramatic flair and operatic style. Their performances are captivating, exhilarating, passionate, engaging and mesmerizing.
Midland College invites you to be our guest as this new generation of world class tenors explores and presents classic works with panache, verve and vivacity, all in their own inimitable style.
Thanks to a generous endowment form the Cowan family and gifts from Midland College's Friends of the Series, this event is FREE to the public. No tickets are required for general admission seating. Doors open at 6:30; performance begins at 7:30.
College Classics courses are designed especially for Midland residents who are 50 and older. The classes are offered in convenient 4-week formats. Students may register for as many classes as they wish for a one-time fee of just $25.
At the Meet & Greet, College Classics students have an opportunity to meet the instructors, learn more about the fall semester classes and register for classes. (Cash and checks only accepted during Meet & Greet.)
A complimentary light lunch will be served.