Attend MVCC: open house on Nov. 17

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Mohawk Valley Community College will host its Fall Open House from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17, in the Jorgensen Athletic and Event Center Field House at the Utica Campus, 1101 Sherman Drive.

Open House is designed to give prospective students the opportunity to learn about the many academic opportunities available at MVCC and to provide information that students need to begin their path to academic and career success.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for local students of any age to see what MVCC has to offer in terms of academic programs, dedicated support services, athletics, and a vibrant campus life,” said Dan Ianno, director of Admissions at MVCC. “It’s a great chance to tour the campus and residence halls, ask questions, and meet the instructors, coaches, staff, and students who make MVCC such a great place to be.”
Visitors will have the chance to meet with MVCC faculty, staff, and students to talk about academic programs, see demonstrations, find out about our student support services and clubs, reach out to athletic coaches, and tour the Utica Campus, including the residence halls, dining halls, classrooms, and labs. There also will be a session on Residence Life for those interested in living on campus. MVCC’s Center for Corporate and Community Education also will be on hand to talk about noncredit courses for professional development, personal wellness, and leisure learning.
Check-in will begin at 9:45 a.m. in the lobby outside the Field House, but visitors are welcome to arrive any time during the Open House. Refreshments will be available. Registration is recommended, but not required to attend. To register, visit www.mvcc.edu/openhouse.
Mohawk Valley Community College provides opportunities for affordable education, with support from Oneida County and the State of New York, and offers career, transfer, and transitional education, programs for personal and cultural enrichment, and supports community and economic development. For more information on MVCC and its programs, visit www.mvcc.edu.