MDC President Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón and actress Eva Longoria Parker were appointed to a presidential/congressional commission charged with preparing a report with recommendations on the establishment of a national museum of the American Latino.
The Honors College welcomed new students with a pinning ceremony at Gusman Center for the Performing Arts.
Fresh off his run on the hit Fox series 'So You Think You Can Dance,' former MDC dance student Brandon Bryant returned to Kendall Campus.
News outlets turn to Miami Dade College to illustrate issues facing the nation’s community colleges.
The White House chose MDC as the setting for two conversations on improving educational opportunities for Hispanic students.
Walmart Foundation awarded a coveted spot in its Brighter Futures Project and $336,500 to MDC to train displaced workers.
If Miami’s leading educational institutions can increase the number of college graduates with baccalaureate degrees by one percentage point, the result would be $1.7 billion.
If their reading goes uninterrupted for 10 days – 240 hours – the members of the International Solidarity for Human Rights will earn the Guinness World Record.
President Barack Obama recently signed into law a bill clearing the way for downtown land to be transferred to Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus. The property will provide for future growth of Wolfson Campus.
Marielena A. Villamil, a member of MDC’s District Board of Trustees, was elected chair of the Board of Directors of the American Red Cross Greater Miami & The Keys.
Every year, Miami Dade has consistently ranked No. 1 when it comes to the number of associate degrees awarded.