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DATE:������� September 2001


TO:������������ Board of Regents


FROM:������ Darrel L. Hammon, President, Miles Community College


RE:������������ Campus Report for Miles Community College


�         MCC is again partnering with Custer County Art Center and Miles City Public Library in presenting the Miles City Speakers Bureau.� James Welch, Ruth McLaughlin, Kathleen Meyer and Dave Romtvedt, historians, authors, and musicians, will present this semester.��������


�         MCC�s and Rocky Mountain College�s first 2+2 Information Technology degree partnership began Fall 2001.� The 2+2 program allows MCC�s two-year Information Technology/Computer Science students to transition into Rocky�s four-year Informational Technology program.� Rocky offers this program on MCC�s campus.


�         Students have been extremely busy this semester. They provided a day for horseback riding for the international students.� Student Senate sponsored a BBQ and participated in Playfair, an opportunity for students to become acquainted with each other. The International Club created their favorite desserts in the annual �Dessert Party.�


�         Enrollment: Summer enrollment at MCC was up although fall numbers are down. MCC had a successful Kids� College during, the summer.� MCC graduated 50 GED students during FY200I


�         Tad Torgerson, MCC graduate and most recently a practicing CPA in North Dakota, has been appointed Financial Aid Director.


�         Mary Quintas, Nursingfaculty, is showing her� �Water, Water, Water Everywhere and Nary a Drop to Drink� watercolor collection at the Willow Gallery in Miles City.�������


�         MCC has initiated a Facilities Management Planning Group.� We should complete the plan by March 1, 2002.


�         MCC is sponsoring the MCC Educators Conference, October 18-19, 2002.



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