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The Rho Omicron Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International is pleased to present a showing of the inspirational film “The American Nurse” on Tuesday, September 9, at 5 p.m. in the MSB Auditorium.

August 20: Background checks (nursing clinical and master's students)

August 25: Background checks (nursing clinical and master’s students)

August 25: OU-L Fall Semester begins

August 27: Background checks (nursing clinical and master’s students)

September 1: Labor Day Holiday (College closed)

September 2: Background checks (nursing clinical and master’s students)

September 4: Background checks (nursing clinical and master’s students)

September 8: Background checks (nursing clinical and master’s students)

September 26: Last day to drop any Term 1 class

Thirteen students, along with Mary Gregg, MS, RN, CNM, and Kathy Fernandez, PhD, RN, and their families, traveled to Nicaragua on a mission trip May 24-31. The MCCN contingent — which also included students Kourtnee Baird, Martha Bowers, Shaakira Case, Alvie Gaiser, Paige Hadley, Jessica Householder, Rebekah Hunt, Jeni Joyce, Alisan Miller, Carolanne Pearson, Alison Quinlan, Stephanie Rienschield and Deven Riley — was among four large college and high school groups totaling 80 people that stayed at a mission called Amigos for Christ in the city of Chinandega, about a two-hour drive north of Managua, the capitol of Nicaragua. This was the fifth trip for MCCN to the Amigos for Christ mission.

Every sophomore, junior, senior and Master’s Program student is required to undergo an annual criminal background check. For the convenience of students, on-campus opportunities for fingerprinting are scheduled on the following dates in the Student Rec Room on the lower level of Marian Hall:


Eleven area students, including six MCCN students, traveled to Washington, D.C.. in May as part of a mission trip sponsored by MCCN Campus Ministry and the Downtowners Campus Ministry. Students were able to experience a wide range of activities including learning about issues, serving others, meeting legislators and even fit in a bit of sightseeing.

All courses in the MCCN curriculum are taught at MCCN. The only courses students are permitted to take elsewhere are options for humanities/social science electives. Please contact the Records and Registration office with questions.

Any student taking a Fall Semester humanities or social science elective at one of our affiliated institutions (Columbus State Community College or The Ohio State University) is required to submit a copy of his/her Fall Semester course schedule to the MCCN Records and Registration office (Marian Hall, Room 2C01). The deadline for submission is Friday, August 22.

This is a requirement every semester in which students take electives elsewhere Students who neglect to submit the required schedule by Friday of the first week of any MCCN semester risk not having credit hours at CSCC or OSU count toward calculation of their official total credit hour load. Delinquent students may find themselves at less than full-time hours for financial aid eligibility.

If you are taking an affiliated course, do not ignore this deadline.

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