Community College Events in Illinois

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Illinois open-houses are listed below:

Wed., November 13, 2019  - Crystal Lake, IL

Open House
McHenry County College
8900 US Hwy 14, Crystal Lake, IL, 60012, USA
5:30am - 7:30pm

RSVP needed: No
Further information:

Join us November 13, 2019 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at MCC Night and get all your need-to-know information in just one visit! Event Location: Gym - Building A Commons - Building B, Who Should Attend: High school seniors and their families, High school juniors and their families, Adults interested in returning to school for a degree, Professionals in need of additional skills training/advancement, Individuals who want to take enrichment classes. Why You Should Attend: Free admission, No RSVP necessary - open house format, No application fee for high school seniors and adults, Attend free workshops on: financing your college education, scholarships, college classes for high school students (dual credit), how to transfer college credits, and services for students with disabilities. Meet MCC instructors at over 40 different program booths. Tasty treats provided by MCC Culinary Management. Demonstrations by various MCC departments including culinary and baking and pastry, art, and more.

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