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College Enhancements
(see also Student Scholarships)

The MCCC Foundation not only benefits students directly through substantial scholarship support, it additionally cultivates and channels much-needed funding for vital college programs and properties. The examples below are representative of the Foundation's commitment to nurturing educational opportunities -- and excellence -- at Mercer.

new Nursing labs Programs

Generous Donors Resuscitate Nursing Labs

The college - and grateful Nursing students - have two generous donors to thank for two newly equipped Nursing laboratories. The renovations were made possible by HelenMarie Dolton, former chair of the college's Division of Science and Allied Health, and Johnson & Johnson through its "Campaign for Nursing's Future." The labs are now equipped with new hospital beds and side tables, wheelchairs and other hospital equipment. An adjoining computer lab benefits from new laptops. State-of-the-art mannequins simulate human functions such as heartbeat, blood pressure and coughs.

gym renovation Facilities

Foundation Team Effort Scores Gymnasium Renovation

MCCC students as well as thousands of community users scored a big win with Foundation-funded replacement of the college gymnasium's aging bleachers, lighting, and flooring. In use for approximately 100 hours each week, the gym is utilized for physical education classes, sports team practices, student activities and enrollment events. Additionally, more than 600 children use the facility for summer camps. Community use includes the winter indoor soccer youth league, which attracts nearly 2000 people, and the Mercer County High School Basketball Championships held annually.
'Mercer On The Go' Resources

"Mercer On The Go" Helps Drive College Dreams

Potential MCCC students in under-served communities can now learn about and register for classes right in their own neighborhoods. Funded by the MCCC Foundation's Urban Initiatives program, an equipped van labeled "Mercer On The Go" travels to neighborhoods where access to transportation and the Internet may be limited. Van appearances are staffed with MCCC representatives who inform potential students and parents about the full array of opportunities at Mercer, not only in credit programs but in career training, GED, English language and youth services. On-site registration services make education access even easier.

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