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MACC's Art On The Block on June 16th

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Moberly Area Community College Presents: Art On The Block

On Saturday, June 16th MACC will take over College Avenue for a day full of art, music, and fun! Bring your family out from 10am - 2pm to experience how artists create work, and experiment with your own art! The event is free* and open to all ages. 

Join in on the family-friendly fun!

  • Draw Chalk Art & Enter Your Design To Win Prizes
  • Join in Drip Painting
  • Tour the Art Gallery Exhibit
  • Enjoy Live Music
  • Create Ceramic & Graffiti Art
  • Make Theater Masks
  • Interact with Professional Artists
  • Make Tie-Dye Apparel*
  • Explore Music Instruments

*Nominal fee for tie-dye apparel and food. Financial Assistance for this project has been provided by the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency.

For More Info: 660.263.4100 ext.11397

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Financial assistance for this project has been provided by the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency.


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Dollar General Gives $12,000 to MACC

Dollar General Gives $12,000 to MACC


On Tuesday, May 29th, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded the Moberly Area Community College a $12,000 grant to help support MACC's Adult Education and Literacy program.

Ann McCauley, MACC's director of Adult Education & Literacy, wrote the grant and commented, "We are honored to be receiving this grant, and it couldn't have come at a better time. MACC's AEL is experiencing tremendous growth, and we are now offering our program at eight locations. The grant will be used to fund part of the salary of Bill Alton, one of our instructors and a devoted student advocate. Bill helps our students overcome non-academic hurdles like housing needs, food, and transportation. If it weren't for his diligent work, these obstacles could prevent students from finishing our program. This grant will help fund a treasured role within MACC's Adult Education and Literacy program."

The Dollar General Literacy Foundation was founded in 1993 in honor of co-founder J.L. Turner who was functionally illiterate with only a third-grade education. To date, Dollar General has awarded more than $146 million in grants to literacy organizations and has helped more than 9 million people learn to read and prepare for the high school equivalency exam. It's a foundation that believes everyone deserves an equal opportunity to obtain basic education and that it's never too late to learn.

Learn more about MACC's Adult Education and Literacy program: http://www.macc.edu/aelhome

Dollar General representative Steve Gibson presents a $12,000 check to Moberly Area Community College. Pictured, Left to right: Jo Fey, Dean of Career & Technical Education; Ann McCauley, Director of Adult Education and Literacy; Steve Gibson, Dollar General Fulton Distribution Center; Bill Alton, Adult Education & Literacy Student Advocate



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Swetnam Scholarship Awarded

Swetnam Scholarship Awarded


MACC is continuing to appreciate our nursing students for #NursesWeek2018! Congrats to Christina Bulen, the recipient of the Tom and Fern Swetnam Memorial Scholarship! This scholarship was established to educate quality nurses at MACC, while providing financial assistance and motivation for students seeking an Associate Degree in Nursing.

The Tom and Fern Swetnam Memorial Nurse Scholarship was established through a bequest from the Estate of Tom and Fern Swetnam for the purpose of educating nurses at Moberly Area Community College.

The bequest establishes a fund to provide financial assistance and motivation to students seeking an Associate Degree in Nursing and/or a Practical Nursing Certificate at Moberly Area Community College. 

Photo: Dean Jo Fay, Christina Bulen (Scholarship Recipient & Current ADN Studnet), and Ruth Jones.


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2018 Commencement at MACC

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Friday, May 18, 2018, at 6 p.m.

MACC's Commencement is held in the Activity Center on the Moberly campus. The address is 101 College Avenue, Moberly, MO.

3:00 p.m.    Doors open
4:00 p.m.    Photo Ops for Students, Faculty, & Staff – Upper Lobby and Arena
5:00 p.m.    Graduates Check-in at the south end of the upper concourse.
6:00 p.m.    Commencement begins and lasts approximately one hour. 

The Activity Center is fully accessible for those with physical limitations.  Any MACC staff member or security representative can assist if needed.

A sign language interpreter on stage during the ceremony.






MACC Gearing Up for Summer2Discover!

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Calling All Entering 3rd - 6th Graders!

MACC is gearing up for the 2018 Summer2Discover! On June 25th - 29th, entering 3rd-6th grade students get the opportunity to discover college life. Students will explore Art, Computers, Drama, Gardening, Nursing, Science, Sports, and more!

The cost to attend is $30 per child. Students can be dropped off from 12:30pm - 1pm; each day begins at 1:30pm, and goes until 5pm. All students will receive a free T-shirt and snacks from MACC.

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