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Spring 2019 Open Enrollment

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Enrollment details by site are listed below:

COLUMBIA
Advising is done by appointment.
Call 573-234-1067 for more information or click on the Make an Appointment button above.
Advisor hours are M-R 8am-6pm and F 8am-5pm

HANNIBAL
Advising is done by appointment.
Call 573-231-0941 for more information or click on the Make an Appointment button above.
Advisor hours are M-R 8am-6pm and F 8am-5pm

KIRKSVILLE
Advisors are available on a walk-in basis and by appointment.
Call 660-665-0345 for more information or click on the Make an Appointment button above.
Advisor hours are M-R 7am-6pm and F 7am-5pm

MEXICO
Advisors are available on a walk-in basis and by appointment. 
Call 573-582-0817 for more information or click on the Make an Appointment button above.
Advisor hours are M-R 8am-6pm and F 8am-5pm

MOBERLY
Advisors are available on a walk-in basis and by appointment.
Evening advising is by appointment.
Call 660-263-4100 for more information or click on the Make an Appointment button above.
Advisor hours are M-R 8am-6pm and F 8am-5pm

 

Two things to do for your advising appointment:

1. Have plenty of time.
Your advising appointment is important. We will be discussing your future and you will be making a monetary commitment. We want to help you make the best possible choices. If you have a course schedule planned, appointments can usually be done in 20-30 minutes, otherwise advising may take an hour or more.

2. Be prepared.
Look over the current course schedule and choose classes you discussed with your advisor at your last advising appointment. Bring your photo ID.

Our course schedule can be found here: http://www.macc.edu/programs/course-offerings

 

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MACC Singers Fall Concert on Friday, November 9th

 

MACC Singers Fall Concert

11/5/2018

The MACC Singers, under the direction of Professor Karen Werner, will present a Fall Concert on Friday, November 9, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the Jorgenson Fine Arts Gallery. This intimate concert surrounded by the MACC art exhibition “Show-Me State: A Survey of Missouri Photography” will feature a wonderful array of choral compositions from various time periods.

The choir will begin the concert with an a cappella composition based on the Latin text of “Ubi Caritas” composed by Ola Gjeilo.  They will follow with a Thomas Morley madrigal titled “Sing We and Chant It”.  This delightful madrigal with many fa, la, la’s has been sung at many Renaissance Festivals around the United States.

Since the concert is before Veteran’s Day on Sunday, the men of the choir will be honoring all Veterans with the song “Tell My Father” from The Civil War: An American Musical.  This arrangement by Andrea Ramsey is set for close male harmonies and reveals the pride of the soldier facing battle.

Jean Harvey of Salisbury, MO will be accompanying the choir on the beautiful Israeli folksong” Erev Shel Shoshanim” (Evening of Roses) and “Now Touch the Air Softly”. Based on a poem by William Jay Smith, this latter selection was composed by Missouri composer Susan LaBarr.

The choir will also honor Dr. Martin Luther King when they perform the U2 song arranged by Bob Chilcott simply titled “MLK”.  On November 13, 1956, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the lower court opinion in Browder v. Gayle declaring Montgomery and Alabama bus segregation laws unconstitutional.

Always an audience favorite, the gospel influenced Moses Hogan song “I’m Gonna Sing ‘Til The Spirit Moves In My Heart” will be highlighted near the end of the concert. “Sing Me to Heaven” composed by Daniel E. Gawthrop based on the sincere text by Jane Griner will also move the audience. 

The concert will feature two private voice students of MACC Voice Instructor, Jonean Ratliff.  Shone-Austin Aguero and Laura Aguero, husband and wife, are both in their second year of voice studies.

Please join us for a harmonious night of choral music in the acoustically beautiful sounding Jorgenson Art Gallery.  The concert is free and open to the public. 

 

 

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Fall '18 Second Eight-Week Classes Start October 15th

8weeksonpageFall '18 Second Eight-Week Classes Start October 15th

Now is your chance to enroll as a first-time college student or add classes to your schedule before the end of the spring semester. Enroll today for second eight-week online classes starting October 15th. See your nearest MACC location or use the form below for more information.

 

Course Course Name
ACC102 Elementary Accounting II
BIO 101 Biology
BIO105 Introduction to Conservation Biology
BIO205 Human Anatomy w/Lab
BIO209 Physiology w/Lab 
BUS100 Introduction to Business
BUS113 Human Resource Management
BUS150 Business Communications 
CIT101 Computer Essentials 
ECN101 Macroeconomics
ECN102 Microeconomics 
GEO101 World Geography I 
HSC120 Health and Hygiene 
HSC171 Medical Terminology
HST101 Western Civilization I
HST105 American History to 1865
HST106 Am History from 1865-Present
LAL101 Composition I 
LAL102 Composition II 
MTH100 Intermediate Algebra
MTH140 Precalculus Algebra
MTH160 Elementary Statistics
PHI152 Introduction to Ethics
PHI251 Religions of the World 
PHY120 Foundations of Chemistry
PSC105 Funct & Polic of Am Govt
PSY101 General Psychology 
PSY205 Human Lifespan Development 
SKL101 College Orientation 
SPK101 Public Speaking 

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MACC Theatre Department Presents Veronica's Room

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10/12/2018

Don't miss MACC's production of Veronica's Room!

This chilling mystery thriller by the author of Rosemary's Baby explores the thin line between fantasy and reality, madness and murder. Students Susan and Larry find themselves guests enticed to the Brabissant mansion by its dissolute caretakers, the lonely Mackeys.

Struck by Susan's strong resemblance to Veronica Brabissant, long-dead daughter of the family for whom they work, the older couple gradually induce her to briefly impersonate Veronica to solace the only living Brabissant, the addled sister who believes Veronica alive.

Once dressed in Veronica's clothes, Susan finds herself locked in the role and locked in Veronica's room. Or is she Veronica, in 1935, pretending to be an imaginary Susan?

Admission $5 adults
Students of all ages free

Contains themes that may not be suitable for all audiences.

 

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MACC Theatre Department Auditions

 

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MACC Theatre Department Presents
Veronica’s Room
By Ira levin

Auditions: September 4th, 5th & 6th
MACC Auditorium
Moberly Campus
3:00 - 5:00 pm

For More info: or (660) 263-44100 x11094

Scripts are available for personal prior to auditions from Mr. Pauley in the Main building 08

 

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