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Student opinion of instruction

Surveys on class instruction will be made available depending on the end date of each class For classes that end on or after March 9, surveys will be available from March 25 to May 21.

Madison College goes mobile

Madison College has now released the MC Connect mobile app. The app has instant access to college information. The app has access to:

  • Madison College’s mobile athletics site
  • Campus events
  • Library information
  • Maps to each campus via Google Maps
  • The college’s new Blackboard mobile site
  • Campus social media
  • Campus emergency services

The college has also released an athletics app. It has updates, rosters, photo galleries and team rosters and schedules.

Career fair

There will be a career fair in the H. Douglass Redsten Gym on March 29. More than 40 employers will be on hand for the fair. Résumé reviews will be available. It will take place from 2:30 to 6:00 p.m. for students and alumni and 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. for the public.

Precious knowledge

United Common Ground will hold a showing of the documentary “Precious Knowledge” with producer Eren McGinnis. It will be on March 30 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The documentary looks at stories from students in the Mexican American Studies Program at Tucson High School. It also gives an insider perspective to a battle over civil rights as a recent bill that was passed threatens the status of their classes.

For questions, contact Susana Valtierra at 608-246-6495.

National Library Week

 As a part of National Library Week in April, the library is seeking the favorite books of students, staff and faculty. The librarians will select the two most popular books and will be added to the Kindle Fires and Nook Colors available via checkout in the library. During the week, the library’s Pinterest board will feature some of the books that people vote for, along with the reasons why.

For more information, contact the library at 608-246-6640.

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