He is back in the classroom after a year-long sabbatical. Gregory Delort, Professor of Family Ministry since 1997 and Associate Dean of Academics since 2006, has received endorsement from the Chaplaincy Endorsement Commission of the Christian Churches and Churches of Christ to function as a hospital chaplain.
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Bring the whole leadership team for an inspiring day of team-building and inspiration that will help your church be better equipped to meet the needs of the local congregation.
Semester final exams this week for on-campus, traditional courses. The schedule (.pdf download) will be posted on MCC Online in early May. Students should read the final exam policy found in the academic secion of the catalog.
Today is the last day to drop or change your enrollment status in the traditional program. No drops for traditional courses will be allowed after today. Your Advisor's signature is required for the form. [This does not apply to LEAD or online coures.]
Current students may begin enrolling for Fall and Summer 2014 courses online in MyMCC in this priority order:
• Monday: Seniors (90 or more hours)
• Tuesday: Juniors (60 -89 hours)
• Wednesday: Sophomores (30-59 hours)
• Thursday: Freshmen (1-29 hours)
Students should see their advisors to ensure program tracking and to receive your Advisor Pin number.
Non-degree students may begin enrolling for Summer and Fall courses on Monday, April 14 by coming to the Registrar's office.
Each year students, faculty and staff participate in Kerusso Dayz. Kerusso Dayz is designed for everyone to go away from our college campus and “proclaim God’s love to His people.” Teams help churches and organizations with a variety of work projects, community events and anything that might help them further the Gospel where they live and serve. In the past several years teams have gone out from Manhattan and served in Colorado, Idaho, Louisiana, Mexico, Missouri, Kentucky and several other destinations.