As of next school year, Mt. Hood Community College will have been around for 50 years.
However, 41 years will have passed since MHCC last got a thumbs-up from local voters, in the form of a community general obligation (GO) bond measure. » Read more
According to lengthy descriptions in the notebook of architect Donald Lutes, acquired by current Mt. Hood President Debbie Derr this winter, the Gresham campus is structurally sound when it comes to seismic activity.
Lutes’ notebook includes meticulous details about how the college was built, including the construction materials used in his design of the college layout in 1966. » Read more
Against the walls of the room fell a soft darkness. A flickering of light touched the screen before the audience, as it watched the story unfold.
On Monday, Sean Gallagher, who directed the documentary “Brothers of the Black List,” was present for a question-and-answer session after his movie was screened in the Visual Arts Theatre. » Read more
Despite a nearly unanimous vote and quicker progress than a year ago in Student Finance Council budget negotiations, determining the funding allocations and reductions for the 2015-2016 academic year brought more than a bit of tension.
This year’s meetings totaled eight hours. » Read more
This spring, Mt. Hood students will have the opportunity to give input about ways the campus opperates. Feedback from the survey will be evaluated and considered when deciding what improvements to make on campus.
The bi-annual campus satisfaction survey normally reaches 30 percent of the college’s population, but this year researchers hope to achieve closer to 50 percent. » Read more
Mt. Hood’s People’s Strategies Council held another introductory session on Wednesday afternoon to tell MHCC employees about the college’s ongoing Culture of Excellence training.
The Council has set 12 such meetings this school year, trying to reach everyone who works at the college. » Read more