Utica’s Bosnians Urge People To Never Forget The Genocide

Yesterday marked the 26th anniversary of one of the worst moments in human history, the genocide that took place at Srebrenica in Bosnia. The Bosnians of Utica marched around the MVCC campus wearing black T-Shirts...

Center for Family Life and Recovery to Benefit from Mohawk Valley COVID-19 Response Fund

The Center for Family Life and Recovery (“CFLR”), a nonprofit organization headquartered in Utica that supports individuals struggling with mental health and behavioral issues, announced an award from the Mohawk Valley COVID-19 Response Fund. The...

MVCC plans to expand in-person instruction for the fall

Expecting an increase in COVID-19 vaccinations and continuously low number of positive cases across the region, Mohawk Valley Community College looks forward to safely returning to a more lively on-campus community this fall. With loosening...

MVCC Strategic Gaming Club to participate in 8th year of Extra Life fundraiser

The Mohawk Valley Community College Strategic Gaming Club is participating in its eighth year of Extra Life, a 24-hour gaming marathon to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network and the Mohawk Valley Health...

Election Night In Utica

Election day in Utica was something of an anxiety rollercoaster. In the days leading up, the fear in everyone’s mind was civil war 2. However, as the day progressed and calmness prevailed, the tension...

MVCC Cultural Series to show ‘Hacksaw Ridge’

MVCC Cultural Series to show ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ with lecture by Desmond Doss Jr. On Friday, Nov. 6, the Mohawk Valley Community College Cultural Series will host a screening of the film “Hacksaw Ridge,” which tells...

Utica Business Park Renamed to Honor LaPolla and Ford

On Thursday, Mayor Palmieri unveiled the new name of the Utica Business Park on Burrstone Rd. Various council members were there as well as NYS Assemblywoman Marriane Buttenschon. Most notably, former Mayor Louis LaPolla...

MVCC receives $1.1 million Job Corps Scholars grant

Mohawk Valley Community College was one of 20 institutions across the country to receive a $1.1 million Job Corps grant through the U.S. Department of Labor, allowing the College to offer free tech and...

MVCC Faculty SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence

Earlier this year, several Mohawk Valley Community College faculty and staff members received the prestigious SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence, system-wide recognition of their consistently exceptional professional achievement. Aaron Fried, associate professor and coordinator of...

Applications open for Young Entrepreneurs Academy at MVCC

The Young Entrepreneurs Academy at MVCC is seeking applicants for its 2020-2021 class As they face a very different and challenging school year, area students can take advantage of a silver lining and dive into...