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for Spring 2023 classes!

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The Spring Class Schedule is posted and registration is going on now. What classes will you take?

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Dates to Remember
Spring 2023
January 2 Return to Campus
January 4 Last Day to Register
January 5 New Student Orientation
January 9 Classes Begin
January 11 End of Drop/Add
January 16 Martin Luther King Holiday
January 19 Tuition Refund Deadline/10%
February 10 Last Day to receive Non-Punitive Grade of “W”
March 16-19 MTCC Fire Rescue College
March 27 Advising for Summer Fall Semesters begins
April 3-6 Spring Break
April 7 Good Friday Holiday
April 10 Registration for Summer/Fall Semesters
April 13 Spring Fling SGA Event
May 8 End of Spring Term
May 9 Final Grades due
May 12 Graduation

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College News

Cosmetology and Esthetics Grads Are Work-Ready

– An enthusiastic group of students gathered Friday night for graduation exercises for the inaugural class of shorter-term workforce development classes in Cosmetology and Esthetics at McDowell Technical Community College. While the college has curriculum programs in both of these subjects, shorter-term classes offered through the Department of Continuing Education focus only on training required by the NC Board of Cosmetic Arts for Cosmetology and Esthetics graduates to sit for licensing exams in both subject areas.

MTCC EMT/Paramedic Program Training The Best Samaritans

When Marvin Hancock rose to speak to the latest group of Emergency Medical Services graduates at McDowell Technical Community College, he began by telling the graduates and their family and friends that he wanted to share with them the first known written account of an emergency medical worker—“At least as far as I’m aware,” he said.

Watts and Cross Awarded Order of the Longleaf Pine

Faculty and staff at McDowell Technical Community College put a gigantic bow on the fall semester Thursday by celebrating with two of their retiring colleagues who were awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine by NC Governor Roy Cooper. The award is North Carolina’s highest civilian honor, reserved “…for persons who have made significant contributions to the state and their communities through their exemplary service and exceptional accomplishments.” Individuals receiving the award become North Carolina “Ambassadors” and members of “The Order of the Long Leaf Pine Society.”

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