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August 6, 2014
An Energy Blast event at Maysville Community and Technical College is currently being planned by members of the MCTC Sustainability Committee. The first-time energy fair will take place at the Maysville Campus on Tuesday, Sept. 30, from 4-8 p.m. The theme of Energy Blast is “Conserve, Save and Sustain” and sessions will focus on money-saving practices and healthy alternatives for area residents.
June 6, 2014
Dr. Juston Pate, Maysville Community and Technical College’s chief academic officer, has released the Dean's List and the President’s Honors List for full and part-time students for the Spring 2014 semester.  MCTC offers classes at the Maysville Campus, Licking Valley Campus-Cynthiana, Rowan Campus-Morehead, the Donald W. Kiser Paris Extension and the Montgomery Extension-Mt. Sterling as well as online.
June 3, 2014
Beeping cranes, hard hats and caution tape is what students attending summer classes will find at Maysville Community and Technical College this year. Workers are busy removing bricks and dated windows on the exterior of the Denham Building on the Maysville Campus, sprucing up a structure that has essentially gone untouched since it was erected in 1983.
May 27, 2014
After 52 years of service in education, Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC) President Dr. Ed Story has announced that he will retire December 31, 2014. Dr. Story was named President in May 2008. He is a 32-year employee of the College, having also served as professor of biology, division chair and chief academic officer.
May 27, 2014
Maysville Community and Technical College held its 45th commencement exercise Friday, May 9 at Mason County Fieldhouse. Dr. Ed Story, president, and Charlie Calvert, MCTC board chairman, welcomed those gathered to honor the graduates. The student address was given by Kimberly Smith, SGA president, from the Rowan Campus in Morehead.
April 16, 2014
Students in the Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) program at Maysville Community and Technical College plan to step back and reflect on Medical Laboratory Professionals Week April 20-26. “This week is a time to recognize and show appreciation for the dedication and hard work of all individuals who are working behind the scenes to provide valuable diagnostic information to your health care providers,” states Michelle Thoroughman, Program Coordinator and Instructor. “It’s a time to say ‘thank you’ to all medical laboratory professionals in our area.”

April 16, 2014
MCTC received an award for outstanding achievement in communications from the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR). MCTC received a bronze Paragon Award in the Electronic Annual Report category for its 2013 Community Annual Report.

April 7, 2014

Maysville Community and Technical College's 2014 commencement ceremony will take place Friday, May 9th at 6:30 p.m. at the Mason County High School Fieldhouse in Maysville. All graduates, family and friends are invited to attend. The ceremony is expected to last approximately one hour. Immediately following the ceremony, graduates and their guests are invited to attend a reception which will be held in the Mason County High School Cafeteria.

April 1, 2014

Mark your calendars for Thursday, April 17th as Maysville Community and Technical College will host Freedom Celebration VIII: A Multi-Cultural Experience. A community reception with interactive exhibits will begin at 6:00 p.m. followed by live performances at 7:00 p.m. Attendees will be able to experience spirituality and culture among many different lands through an assortment of historical artifacts, displays and discussions on religion, food, tradition, artistry and customs. Interactive exhibits include: Native American, Indian, Hispanic, Japanese, Polish and more. Guests will also enjoy the talents of the Centre Academy Dance Team led by Cynthia Thomas, the Cowbilly Bluegrass Band and Sisters of the Sacred Drum.


March 3, 2014

On Tuesday, February 25, Justin Weiss, Assistant Professor of Biology at MCTC, with Thomas Biebighauser, retired wildlife biologist from the US Forestry Service, John Utterback, of Utterback Excavating LLC, and students of Mr.Weiss’ biology classes completed two artificial wetlands on MCTC’s Maysville campus.  A wetland is formed from soil with high clay content and poor drainage, thereby saturating the area with water.  Wetlands differ from ponds by being shallower, containing no fish, and drying up during the late summer months.  Mr. Weiss had the idea of building wetlands after attending a Kentucky Association of Environmental Educators conference in September 2012 in which Mr. Biebighauser was presenting on wetland development.  Having wetlands on campus appealed to Mr. Weiss as a means to increase hands-on science education opportunities to MCTC students as well as area K-12 schools, and community education classes, in an outdoor setting. 

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