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Longview - Student Success Center

This guide explores all the resources available to MCC students through the Longview Student Success Center.

Contact Us at the Student Success Center

Spring Hours:

Monday            8:30am to 6pm

Tuesday           8:30am to 6pm

Wednesday      8:30am to 6pm

Thursday          8:30am to 6pm

Friday               8:30am to 12pm

 

 

Website:

 

Zoom Information: 

Meeting ID: 995 6842 9730

Password: 574826

After-hours tutoring is available after 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday. To schedule an appointment for after-hours tutoring, please email us before 5:30 p.m. the workday before the requested date.

Scholar Day 2022

Winners

Jessie Nguyen won the Faculty Award for her presentation entitled: Shining a Light on Representation

     

Trin Carroll demonstrated how we can Fight Microplastics with Magnets to win the President's Award.

     

Amber Worder won the Staff Award for her work to answer the question: Can the Overexpression of PTEN Suppress Cancer Cell Growth?

     

The People's Choice Award went to Kitrina Green for her engaging presentation on The Importance of Creative Writing.

Scholar Day 2021

Winners

Faculty Award:

Debbie Atwood's #CivilityChallenge: How to Have Conversations with People Without Losing Your $#*&!

​mentored by Jennifer Fenton

President's Award:

Austyn Smith and Michael Englert's Remote Controlled Boat Project

mentored by Nicole Pflum

Staff Award:

Trin Carroll's Green Action Needed to Reverse Climate Change

 mentored by Dr. Shveta Chaudhary

People's Choice Award:

Charles Mulkey's Impact of Everyday Plastics on the Environment

mentored by Dr. Shveta Chaudhary

Scholar Day 2019

Winners

Joseph won the Faculty Award for his original research titled The Scientific Method and Variables of Interspecific Feeder Dominance in Birds. Joseph shared his passion for birds and learned more about the scientific method by applying it to his own research. He was sponsored by Keet Kopecky. 

     

 

Keegan won the President's Award for his research into the opinions of scholarly experts concerning the question: Will American Theater Literature Obtain a Place Among Classical Theater Literature? He was sponsored by Ryan Morehead. 

     

 

Tyler won the People's Choice Award by sharing the results of his passion to create: The Art of Stop Motion Animation. He was sponsored by Kimberlee Thomasson.