• Distinguished guests of both Mitchell Community College and the Iredell-Statesville Schools attended a ribbon cutting ceremony of the Mitchell Community College - North Center (MCC-North Center)  on Thursday, September 13.

    MCC-North Center enables qualified students to take college classes on the North Iredell High School Campus.  In collaboration with the Iredell-Statesville Schools Agriculture and Science Early College. (ASEC) college courses are open to the general public along with Early College students.    During the Fall 2018 semester, Mitchell is offering eight courses at MCC - North Center. The courses offered include subjects like English, Music Appreciation, psychology, and Ag-O-Metrics.  For the Spring 2019 semester, MCC - North Center will offer Music Appreciation, American History II, Statistics, Biology, English 112, and several Agriculture courses. Mitchell Community College is eager to grow and expand offerings in North Iredell and, as the program grows, have a fully functioning campus that provides the same services to students as the Statesville and Mooresville Campuses. While the flagship program will ultimately be Agribusiness/Agriculture, MCC  plans to offer a wide variety of classes including transfer coursework to better serve students in the northern end of the county.

    Dr. Camille Reese, Vice President for Instruction at MCC is enthusiastic about the North Center.  "We are thankful to have the opportunity to access this facility on the campus of North Iredell High School.  We are excited to increase the College presence in this part of the county, to better serve the citizens in the citizens who live in North Iredell."

    Billy Wells, Principal at the Agriculture and Science Early College (ASEC), says that the MCC - North Center campus is,  “yet another way that the Iredell-Statesville School District and Mitchell Community College are partnering to bring more educational opportunities and value to the northern area of Iredell County.  The Agriculture and Science Early College currently has 153 students enrolled in the program.


    For course offering information at MMC - North Center, please contact admissions@mitchellcc.edu.  

Last Modified on September 14, 2018