September 2013, Volume 17, Number 3

MDC News Bytes

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Roadmap to College Completion

A new pilot program is helping improve the success rates of incoming MDC students.


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‘Great’ Five Times Over

Miami Dade College once again makes the grade on the national list of ‘Great Colleges to Work For.’


The Heart of the Matter: The Humanities and Social Sciences report

Getting to the Heart of Higher Education

MDC emphasizes the importance of the humanities and social sciences as a cornerstone for U.S. education.


MDC's Honor College graduates

Dream Factory at Work

Multiple studies show that low-income and minority students are thriving at MDC.


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A Toast to Democracy’s College

MDC earns the Florida Campus Compact Democracy Cup for fostering civic engagement.


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Dollars and Cents

MDC has good news on student loans.


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Ready for College and Lifelong Success

A partnership with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute is helping develop the leaders of tomorrow.


MDC's new flag

Flying High

MDC campuses once again were at the center of the news as the College unveiled the new design of its flag.


MDC students at MDC Votes rally

Around Campus

Important cultural, business, academic and historical events light up the scene at MDC's seven campuses and two centers.


Tatyana Rivera

2 Million Strong

Miami Dade College admissions reach a major milestone.


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Leading the Nation in Associate Degrees

A recent report shows that MDC produces the most two-year graduates of any college in the country.



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