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Morton College’s Administrators selected for HACU’s 2nd Academia de Liderazgo/Leadership Academy

Morton College’s Dr. Lydia Falbo and Blanca Jara are among 26 fellows selected for the Hispanic Association of ...
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Morton College Announces 2020 Commencement Speaker–Riverside Brookfield High School Principal Dr. Hector Freytas will address graduates during virtual commencement ceremony

(Cicero, IL) Dr. Hector Freytas, a Cicero native and principal at neighboring Riverside Brookfield High School (RB), is ...
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Morton College Fall Semester Update

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MelissaConnelly

I was not sure what to expect when I began my journey at Morton College. I now understand that some of my skepticism was rooted in underestimating the role community colleges play in creating accessible and viable pathways. My World Geography class built a desire to travel. My nutrition class built an awareness of the connection between physical health and well-being and my Calculus for business gave me the basic financial skills I would need to eventually lead a multi-million dollar organization. Morton College did not just provide an education but helped me aspire to be the person I am today.

Melissa Connelly

Associate of Liberal Arts
Class of 2004
AshleyLee

Morton College made me fall in love with learning again and is now allowing me to pursue my dreams. Everyone can experience that at Morton College.

Ashley Lee

Associate in Applied Science Nursing Program
Class of 2019
DenisePedrozaSandoval

At Morton College I had the opportunity to not only receive a great education, I was also able to write for the Morton College Collegian newspaper, joined student clubs and successfully finished my degree that allowed me to continue my Psychology career.

Denise Pedroza Sandoval

Associate in Arts
Class of 2007
Chris Wido

Morton College opened so many doors for me and gave me the opportunity to achieve my goals. Student success is a priority on campus and is evident by the faculty and staff's passion for what they do.

Chris Wido

Associate of Arts
Class of 2014
Marisol Avila

As a first-generation student at Morton College, I was very intimidated by the college process. I never regretted my decision to enroll into community college as it prepared me for my transition and transfer to university. I was a Phi Theta Kappa member and I was still able to continue my community work while enrolled at Morton College. MC gave me the time and tools to figure out what I wanted to pursue in the real world being my first step towards higher education and I will always be grateful for that.

Marisol Avila

Marisol Avila Associate of Arts
Class of 2015
Manuel Becerra

Morton College afforded me the opportunity as an international student to grow, learn, and strive in an academic setting. Morton has given me the pathway to excel in life as an individual.

Manuel Becerra

Associate of Arts
Class of 2015
Mara Galeno

Morton College was a life-changing experience for me, especially as an undocumented Latina. I have substantially developed professionally and academically which has opened several opportunities as I continued to pursue a higher education and become an overall confident, diligent, and persevering woman.

Mara Galeno

Associate of Science
Class of 2019
Jesus Javier Ruan

From my experiences, I acknowledge Morton College to be the catalyst for personal, academic, and professional development. Much of this growth, I believe, can be attributed to the support network found on campus. In my enrollment, I discovered that Morton College had been bursting with genuinely caring individuals that were quick to lend a helping hand - especially during my student involvement. Even now, as I prepare my application to graduate school, I am knowledgeable of their continuous support and impact towards my scholarly ambitions.

Jesus Javier Ruan

Associate of Liberal Arts
Class of 2019
Melissa Avila

She remembered who she was, so the game changed.

Melissa Avila

Associate of Applied Science Nursing Program
Class of 2020
EugeniaOrtiz

Attending Morton College was one of the best decisions I ever made. Being a first-generation college student is scary enough and quite lonely, but I never felt alone here. My mentors helped me solve any confusion, worry or doubt I had. This transition from High School to college allowed me to become comfortable in my new environment and gave me the tools to facilitate my transition to a four year college. Even after completing my Bachelor’s degree, I find myself still going back to my mentors from 4 years ago. Morton College went from being just my local community college to my second home

Eugenia Ortiz

Associate of Arts
Class of 2017
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