Information Sessions & Faculty Interviews
MCC offers many types of information sessions. General information sessions cover anything and everything about MCC, while the program-specific information sessions cover topics and information related to those specific programs.
General info sessions for anyone interested in learning more about attending MCC are held every Tuesday promptly at 3pm in the Office of Admissions. To learn more, call (603) 206-8100 or email MCCAdmissions@ccsnh.edu.
Prospective Nursing program applicants are invited to join us remotely via Zoom or in-person to learn more about the process of applying to our Nursing program. Information regarding pre-reqs, academic requirements, the RN pre-entrance exam (TEAS) and competitive ranking, and transfer credit process is discussed in detail. Please note that attendance at a Nursing Information Session is a requirement for all MCC nursing program applicants. Hosted by Jacqueline Poirier, College Counselor for Allied Health Programs and Professor Kimberly Perrotta, Director of Nursing.
The Nursing information sessions are held promptly at the starting times listed. Please arrive a few minutes early for in-person sessions or log on a few minutes early for Zoom sessions. All participants are asked to turn on video for sessions offered via Zoom.
*Please review Pathway program description below to determine your eligibility for this program.
Associate Degree in Nursing (RN) Program
Nursing courses and clinical components must be completed concurrently. Students graduate with an Associate Degree of Science in Nursing (ASN) and are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN Exam. Students may continue on to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at various four-year nursing programs.
LPN Program (through River Valley Community College)
Working with River Valley Community College, MCC is offering a licensed practical nursing (LPN) program in Manchester to help meet the increased workforce needs for skilled nurses.
LPN to RN Option
LPN to RN option for currently licensed LPNs only who want to advance their education and graduate with an Associate Degree of Science in Nursing.
Pathway for NH’s Future Nurses Option (FPU)
A partnership between MCC, Franklin Pierce University (FPU) and Elliot Health Systems; students enroll in courses that meet the requirements of both colleges during their first 3 years at MCC, receive their ASN from MCC and are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN Exam. Students then complete their Bachelor degree in Nursing through FPU online courses during the fourth year. Students must be able to complete full time coursework including summers.
Automotive Technology Sessions
Below are the upcoming Information Sessions specifically for the Automotive Technology programs offered at MCC.
Electrical Lineworker Sessions
Below are the upcoming Information Sessions specifically for the Electrical Lineworker certificate program offered at MCC.
Health Fitness Professional Sessions
The Business Department is holding information sessions to review the degree and certificate programs with potential students. Programs covered are Accounting, Business Communications, Business Studies, Facilities Management, Management, and Marketing.
Please check back soon for upcoming sessions!
All students applying to the specific academic programs listed below will also need to schedule an interview with the program’s advisor.
Early Childhood Education/Teacher Education
Carrie Marshall-Gross (A-L)
firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 206-8045
Laurie Westcott (M-Z)
email@example.com or (603) 206-8046
Melissa Eaton (Teacher Education)
firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 206-8060
If you are unsuccessful in contacting a faculty member for ECE or Teacher Education, please contact Mark McGrath in Admissions at email@example.com or (603) 206-8104.
firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 206-8192
Fine Arts & Graphic Illustration
email@example.com or (603) 206-8191
Joanne Jagodowski (A-J)
firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 206-8047
Karen Macedo (K–Z)
email@example.com or (603) 206-8048
firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 206-8190
MCCAcademicAffairs@ccsnh.edu or (603) 206-8010
Degrees and Certificates