Merced College to Benefit from $100 Million Donation to Support California Community Colleges

Merced College to Benefit from $100 Million Donation to Support California Community Colleges

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Wife of late Castle AFB Commander to make $1-million gift to Merced College

Wife of late Castle AFB Commander to make $1-million gift to Merced College

Local rancher Susie Downey, on behalf of herself and her late husband Russell Downey, is donating $1 million to Merced College to support student success and access initiatives, the College's Board of Trustees proudly announced during its regular meeting on Tuesday. Read More

Well-Being Institute timely addition to Business Resource Center offerings

Well-Being Institute timely addition to Business Resource Center offerings

Merced College is proud to announce that the new Well-Being Institute is now open for September enrollment at its Business Resource Center for the Fall 2020 cycle. Read More

Merced College to loan over 1,500 computers to students enrolled for fall 2020

Merced College to loan over 1,500 computers to students enrolled for fall 2020

To support student learning, Merced College will loan more than 1,500 laptops to students enrolled in its fall semester. Priority will be given to full-time students (enrolled in 12 units and more) and those in good academic standing. The laptop loaner program is launching today. Interested students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible by completing and submitting a form at www.mccd.edu/rd/2020loan. Quantities are limited. Read More

Merced College alumnus is top cadet at recent Fresno City College police academy graduation

Merced College alumnus is top cadet at recent Fresno City College police academy graduation

Congratulations go out to Merced College alumnus Tim Slenders, who was recognized as the Top All-Around Cadet at the Fresno City College Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Academy graduation on July 15. Read More

Merced College to offer fall semester classes mostly online

Merced College to offer fall semester classes mostly online

Merced Community College District announced today the decision to offer most of its fall 2020 classes online. This decision was determined to be the most responsible in light of what the District knows about the COVID-19 and upon guidance from the Merced County Department of Public Health, in consultation with the Board President and Vice President, senior administration, and in concert with Merced College's Academic Senate Leadership and partner institutions. Read More

Merced College students eligible for $3.25 million through the CARES Act

Merced College students eligible for $3.25 million through the CARES Act

Students who are currently enrolled at Merced College can apply for a one-time emergency grant to mitigate financial hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More