Tag Archive | MMCC Board of Trustees

MMCC board thanks 1965 Study Committee

Fifty years ago, through conversations across Clare and Gladwin counties, community members identified a need to expand the higher education offerings in the mid-Michigan area. As a result of those conversations, a Study Committee comprised of school administrators and citizens embarked on determining the feasibility of creating and sustaining a local community college. Today, Mid […]

Jacobson, Kreckman return as MMCC trustees

Douglas Jacobson and Eric Kreckman were reappointed as college trustees Dec. 2 at MMCC’s Board of Trustees meeting. Pam Mayfield, Clare County clerk, swore in the returning board members to serve for another six years. As a result of his reappointment, Jacobson will continue as the MMCC’s Board Chair. Jacobson has served on the Board of Trustees […]

MMCC selects Hammond as 6th president

MMCC selects Hammond as 6th president

After a national search and an intensive interview process, Mid Michigan Community College (MMCC) has named Christine M. Hammond its sixth president. Hammond is currently the Chief Academic Officer at North Central Michigan College, a community college in Petoskey, where she provides leadership in academic programming, faculty relations, corporate and community education, and library and […]

Board of Trustees names choice for new MMCC president

Christine Hammond, Dean of Instruction and Student Success at North Central Michigan College in Petoskey, is the Mid Michigan Community College Board of Trustees’ selection for the college’s next president. Doug Jacobson, chairman of the Board of Trustees, said that the board has authorized contract negotiations with Hammond, who was one of four finalists to […]

New smoke-free campus policies in effect for fall semester

New smoke-free campus policies in effect for fall semester

Laker Current staff report   As students return to campus this fall, small groups of smokers will no longer be seen congregating at entrances. Unsightly cigarette butts nestled between rocks and in shrubs also will be gone. And no clouds of smoke will be there for visitors and students to pass through. Starting Aug. 6, […]