Due to the impending inclement weather expected in the region, all campuses of MCC will close tonight (Monday, January 30) at 5:00 pm and reopen tomorrow (Tuesday, January 31) at 10:00 am.

Please check back here and at other college sites for more information or updates to the schedule. Stay safe MCC!


The Muhlenberg County Campus of Madisonville Community College is proud to announce the selection of Amy Douglas as this week s Martin Scholar Spotlight. Douglas, of Central City, is a 2012 graduate of Madisonville Community College (MCC), receiving her Associate of Arts degree. She was a Martin Scholar and continues to be a strong advocate of the program.

Douglas shared, When I stopped taking classes, I only needed one more class to graduate. With the scholarship and bonus from Martin Scholars, I was out nothing financially for the degree that I had always wanted to complete. In December 2012, I graduated with an Associate of Arts degree from MCC. I was finally able to say I graduated!

To be eligible for Martin Scholars, students must be full-time residents of Muhlenberg County, age 25 and older, who have yet to earn a college degree but have successfully completed at least 30 credit hours of regionally accredited college level coursework. Students accepted in the program will receive a $250 cash stipend each semester he/she is enrolled at MCC and makes satisfactory progress toward a degree. Satisfactory progress is shown by a signed form from the professor verifying that the student has at least a C average at the midpoint of the class. Satisfactory progress must be verified in all classes taken during the semester before a check will be mailed directly to the student. Additionally, each qualified student who completes his/her Associate Degree at MCC will receive an additional $400 Completion Bonus. The check will also come directly to the student. Martin Scholar funds can be used to offset any costs a student encounters, including books, supplies, equipment, transportation or child-care.

Madisonville Community College is ranked in the top 150 community colleges nationwide. To learn more about MCC and the Martin Scholar program, contact Penny Jessup at 270-757-9881. Fall 2015 classes begin August 17!