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MCC Statement in Response to No-Confidence Vote; MCC President Kress Available to Media Tomorrow (11/26/2018)

Note: This is an ARCHIVED news release. Information in this article may have changed since this was published.

We are disappointed in the results of the Faculty Senate/Faculty Association vote.

The vote is very clearly related to the College’s ongoing contract negotiations with its Faculty Association union—negotiations which are currently in mediation. MCC remains committed to negotiating at the table and looks forward to achieving an agreement that respects our talented employees and the current fiscal climate for higher education.

President Kress and her administration are dedicated to working with our shared governance partners and all employees for the benefit of our students—because our College is a model for our region, state and nation, and a great community asset. Moreover, it is a rewarding place to work, as evidenced by our employee retention rate of 95 percent and our teaching faculty retention rate of 97 percent.

Cynthia Cooper Mapes
MCC Spokesperson

Editor’s Note: President Kress will be available to the news media 10:00 am, Tuesday, November 27 in the Board Room at MCC’s Downtown Campus, 321 State Street. Parking is available in Lot AA.

Media Contact:
Cynthia Mapes
Marketing and Community Relations