November 2014, Volume 18, Number 4

MDC News Bytes

Student voters

Rocking the Vote

MDC leads colleges around the nation in voter registration and engagement.

Plant growing out of money

Powerful Partnerships Build MDC Programs

Several significant grants will allow the College to expand new and existing programs and services.


Tuition Among Lowest in Nation

A degree from MDC remains an incredible educational value.

Health care for migrant workers

Improving Health of Migrant Workers

Physician Assistant students offer free health screenings as part of a new community outreach initiative.

Carlos Pintado

Paz Prize for Poetry Bestowed

Cuban-American writer Carlos Pintado earns this distinguished award from The Center for Writing and Literature @ MDC.

American Dream scholars convocation

Dreams of Higher Education Come True

Ninety-five students receive scholarships from a national organization committed to helping undocumented students fulfill their educational goals.


Communications Experts Convene at MDC

Social Media Week Miami draws professionals from various industries to an enlightening conference.

Windell 'Wink' Smith

Seeing Life From a Different Point of View

A comedian uses American Sign Language to explore challenges faced by the hearing-impaired community.

Dr. Carmen Lopez

Around Campus

Exciting events abound at MDC campuses.

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