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July 29, 2016

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Events and Announcements

Current News

News Clips and Links
"Anything Goes" Tonight at Kelsey Theatre Kelsey Soaring to New Heights During the 2016-17 Season Reminders
On-Time Payment Due Aug. 5 Summer Edition of The Viking Magazine Now Available Mercer in the News
MercerOnline Training Aug. 22-23 Tomato Patch Concludes First Session Updates & Info
Register Now for 'Engaging Learners in the 21st Century' Conference

Busy Summer for Youth College Students

News Links and Social Media
Anniversary Golf Classic to Benefit Student Athletes Sept. 27 Variety Show Marks End of First Session of Camp College  

Coming to Kelsey Theatre


Coming Events

"Anything Goes" Tonight at Kelsey Theatre
Hop on board the S.S. American and get ready for music and romance on the high seas as M&M Stage Productions presents “Anything Goes” at Kelsey Theatre tonight through Aug. 7. A reception with the cast and crew follows tonight's opening performance. Read more here..

On-Time Payment Due Aug. 5
Spread the word to your students -- on-time tuition payments are due by Aug. 5 to avoid late fees and to preserve preferred class schedules. This year, students who pay on time (or make arrangements for a payment plan) will be entered into a raffle to win a $50 bookstore voucher, with 150 total winners. Read more here..

MercerOnline Training Aug. 22-23
MercerOnline will be offering training during Pre-Class Week in August to help faculty get off to the right start. Sessions include How to Use Blackboard, Blackboard Grade Center Training, Introduction to Zoom, and Blackboard Retention Center. Details here..

Register Now for 'Engaging Learners in the 21st Century' Conference
Don't delay! Register now for the 3rd Annual Engaging Learners in the 21st Century (EL21C) Conference, which will be held Wednesday, Aug. 24 at the Conference Center from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. The full-day professional development conference includes breakfast, lunch, conference materials, keynote, four sessions and, NEW this year, a concluding poster session with a beverage/hors d' oeuvres reception.

The full program is now available on the teach website (https://teach.mccc.edu/). There are 20 sessions to choose from along four tracks: online/hybrid learning; STEM; problem-based/engaged learning; and the new retention/student success track. Space is limited. Register promptly to ensure a spot. Visit the EL21C website for details and registration here.

Anniversary Golf Classic to Benefit Student Athletes Sept. 27
MCCC invites friends and supporters of the college’s student athletes to hit the links on Tuesday, Sept. 27 for the MCCC Foundation’s Golf Classic for Scholarships, co-hosted by the Athletics Department. Read more here. To register, click here.





July 29 - Aug. 7: Anything Goes

Kelsey Theatre
Summer Season

Kelsey Theatre
2016-17 Season


Current News

Kelsey Soaring to New Heights During the 2016-17 Season
Kelsey Theatre has announced its upcoming season and it’s a blockbuster by any measure – packed with Broadway hits, family favorites, special holiday performances, and shows for the younger set. The season starts with "Miss Saigon" Sept. 9-25. Read more here.

Summer Edition of The Viking Magazine Now Available
Get MCCC's news highlights from Spring 2016 -- including commencement and other student achievements, the inauguration of the college's sixth president, and a banner spring season in Mercer sports. The latest issue of The Viking magazine is online here. Print copies are available at various locations on both campuses.

Tomato Patch Workshops Conclude First Session
Performers in MCCC's Tomato Patch Workshops at Kelsey Theatre closed out the first session wtih a Festival of the Arts July 20 and 21. Family and friends packed Kelsey Theatre at Mercer to enjoy song, dance and skits that all added up to an impressive evening of theater for these 8th to 12 graders! See the Facebook photos here.

Busy Summer for Youth College Students
It's a season of learning for middle and high school students who are participating in Youth College's TRIO programs this summer. Students are studying language arts, math, environmental science, civics, technology, Spanish and more. See the Facebook photos here.

Variety Show Marks End of First Session of Camp College
The first session of Camp College concluded with a variety show last week in front of a packed house at the Student Center, featuring a visual art display, modern dance, cheerleading, dramatic performances, even juggling! See the Facebook photos here.


New Catalogs Now Available. Copies of the 2016-17 MCCC college catalog are now avilable at both campuses. For restocking, contact Brian Kerns (Receiving Dept.) at ext. 3508. Note that our college catalog is published annually, and the most recent editions may always be accessed online here.

Procedure for Campus Emergencies
From Michael E. Flaherty, Commanding Officer, College Safety & Security: We greatly appreciate your feedback from our recent college safety survey. One of the challenges presented in a number of the responses was when and whom you should notify in the event of an emergency. Please note that the National 911 Program defines an “emergency” as any situation that requires immediate assistance from the police, fire department or ambulance. Examples include a fire, a crime (especially in progress), an automobile accident, especially in the case of personal injury, or a medical emergency that requires immediate attention.

If you find yourself in doubt, we urge you to call 911. While our College Safety and Security staff serves as a capable team for “front line” support, it has limitations. If you do call 911, we in College Safety ask that you also call our security desk (ext. 3200 or 3503-24/7 and regardless of campus) but only if the time and circumstances permit.

It is important to know that our phone system requires that you dial “9” in order to reach an outside line. If you elect to call 911 and you are using a telephone line on the MCCC telephone system you must dial 9 FIRST. 9-911.

If your desktop computer does not have the ALERTUS Desktop “Panic Button" -- the quickest way to alert campus safety and security officers -- please contact the ITS office at ext. 4357. Procedures for using this system are available here: https://mlink.mccc.edu/security.shtml. Please use ext. 3503 (WWC) or ext. 3175 (JKC), available 24-hours a day, seven days a week, to report a non-emergency or to request routine assistance or information. If you require further assistance or have questions, please contact Commander Flaherty or Lieutenant Commander Pollard and we will be glad to assist you.

This Week's Events on MLink ____Full College Calendar____Event Submission Form

Mercer in the News This Week

NJ.com (Trenton Times)

Editorial: Trenton leaders build bridges to Latino community

Trenton kids swap city for nature at free summer camp

Art Gallery at MCCC Receives Grant


Broadway World

MCCC's Kelsey Theatre Announces 2016-17 Season

Mercer County College to Host PLAYFEST 2017


Mercer Space

Registration open for summer field hockey umpiring course


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Three theater companies are holding open auditions at MCCC

Greater Trenton Appoints First CEO

Princeton Student Film Festival Premiers Directors and Films

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