Season’s Greetings from MCC’s Middle States Self-Study
Shakespeare once wistfully observed, “At Christmas I no more desire a rose/
Than wish a snow in May's new-fangled mirth; / But like of each thing that in season grows.”
The great English dramatist was right; we know things better if we wait for their time. And while MCC’s Self-Study is steadily growing into fullness, it is important to celebrate the “seasonal milestones” that occur along the way. To this end, MCC’s Self-Study leadership sends its sincerest gratitude to all study team members and chairs who are keeping the reaccreditation process on track, and to all members of the College community who are providing our study teams with the support they need to accomplish their responsibilities. All your efforts, in time, will produce something greater than what we could ever imagine individually.
Best wishes for a happy holiday and a joyous new year!
Bill Dunning and Holly Preische
MCC’s Middle States Self-Study