MCC Daily Tribune

Fall Community Ingathering

The Fall Community Ingathering will be held on Thursday, September 28, 2017 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m at the Downtown Campus in High Falls A.

This event is directly linked to the College's diversity plan to increase the yield and retention rates for students from diverse populations, specifically those who identify as Black or African American. The Ingathering is the first step toward supporting students academically, professionally, and socially to later provide coaching and leadership development opportunities.

Our hope is to create a community of scholars who will be more likely to successfully graduate from Monroe Community College. This initial exposure to faculty and staff will assist in establishing networks of support.

This event is invitation only and is geared towards first year students who identify as Black or African American. Be sure to check your email this week for additional details.


Sponsored by: Downtown Black Student Union, The African American Affinity Group, FYE at the Downtown Campus and Men of Excellence Program.

Contact Professor Tokeya C. Graham (ENG/PHL): tgraham@monroecc.edu or Professor Melany J. Silas (HED): msilas@monroecc.edu

Graham, Tokeya
English/Philosophy
09/19/2017