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BAKER COLLEGE LAUNCHES NEW WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

BAKER COLLEGE LAUNCHES NEW WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

MUSKEGON, Mich. – Muskegon-area residents interested in careers managing one of the world’s most precious resources—water—now have the opportunity to begin classes in Muskegon for the water quality management associate degree that is offered through Baker College of Cadillac.

Students will attend Baker College of Muskegon for three quarters, then transfer to the Cadillac campus for program-specific courses and the two required internships. Both campuses offer student housing. The first cohort begins fall quarter, with registration through Friday, Oct. 3.

“This is a great opportunity for students interested in careers in the areas of clean water distribution and wastewater sanitation but wish to stay close to home during a portion of their education,” said Lee Coggin, J.D., Baker College of Muskegon president. “This west-Michigan program will work well for a person who cares about the environment and has good science aptitude.”

MCC Selects Former Muskegon Chronicle Building for Downtown Site

MCC Selects Former Muskegon Chronicle Building for Downtown Site
source: Muskegon Community College website

Muskegon Community College has signed a purchase agreement with The Herald Publishing Co. LLC and the owners of the former Muskegon Chronicle building, 981 Third St., to buy the building and an adjacent parking lot.

The announcement was made during a special meeting of the MCC Board of Trustees on Thursday, Sept. 11.

The identification of a downtown campus is a component of the College’s 2010-15 Facility Master Plan and is one of four projects approved by the voters in the November 2013 election.

“The Board of Trustees has evaluated several locations for the Downtown campus,” said MCC Board of Trustees Chair Donald Crandall. “After much discussion, the Board feels that the Chronicle Building best fits our needs for housing the Applied Technology and Entrepreneurial Studies programs and, at this time, will have the greatest impact on downtown development.”

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BAKER COLLEGE OF MUSKEGON EARNS ACCREDITATION

BAKER COLLEGE OF MUSKEGON EARNS ACCREDITATION

MUSKEGON, Mich. – The baking and pastry certificate and associate degree programs at the Baker College of Muskegon Culinary Institute of Michigan (CIM) have received full accreditation from the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission (ACFEFAC).

The accreditation is valid for five years, the maximum time given to a program on its initial review.

“We were thrilled to receive this accreditation as soon as the programs became eligible, having met the five-year minimum requirement," said Lee Coggin, J.D., Baker College of Muskegon president. "This is truly a great accomplishment for Dean Bruce Konowalow, Program Director Luis Amado and the entire CIM staff. It is further evidence that our baking and pastry students get a high quality education that will strengthen their potential to succeed in their chosen field.”

Baker College of Muskegon enroll for fall quarter

Baker College of Muskegon enroll for fall quarter

MUSKEGON, Mich. – Baker College of Muskegon is enrolling students for fall quarter, with classes beginning Monday, Sept. 29. Registration continues through the first week of classes.

“Baker College offers more than 150 high-demand programs that provide career-ready knowledge and skills,” said Lee Coggin, J.D., Baker College of Muskegon president. “Our admissions advisors can help identify the programs that may be right for you and help set you on a path to a rewarding career.”  

There are three new programs this fall: the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), which replaces the associate degree in nursing; the revamped administrative professional associate program, with curriculum that better aligns with today’s employment opportunities; and the child development associate (CDA) academic foundations certificate program that helps preschool educators prepare for the CDA credential assessment process administered by the Council for Professional Recognition.

My Town: Start of school filled with photos and well-wishes

My Town: Start of school filled with photos and well-wishes

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.-- The 2014-2015 school year is officially underway for West Michigan students.

On Sept. 2, which was the official start of classes for most schools, State Superintendent Mike Flanagan released this statement: 

"It’s a great day to be Back to School in Michigan !

Let me take a moment to wish everyone a positive and successful school year.

Our team here at the Michigan Department of Education, the State Board of Education, and I appreciate the hard work and daily dedication teachers, administrators, school board members, and other school staff devote to our children in Michigan.

My Town: Start of school filled with photos and well-wishes

My Town: Start of school filled with photos and well-wishes

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.-- The 2014-2015 school year is officially underway for West Michigan students.

On Sept. 2, which was the official start of classes for most schools, State Superintendent Mike Flanagan released this statement: 

"It’s a great day to be Back to School in Michigan !

Let me take a moment to wish everyone a positive and successful school year.

Our team here at the Michigan Department of Education, the State Board of Education, and I appreciate the hard work and daily dedication teachers, administrators, school board members, and other school staff devote to our children in Michigan.