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The Higher Learning Commission Extends Morton College’s Fully Accredited-On Notice Status

The Higher Learning Commission Extends Morton College’s Fully Accredited-On Notice Status (Cicero, IL) Morton College announced today after an extensive evaluation process the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Board extended the College’s accreditation status of ‘Accredited-On Notice.’ The institution remains fully accredited and meets all Criteria for Accreditation. The designation of Notice indicates that the College …

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Morton College Introduces Panther Balance Forgiveness Grant

Morton College is introducing a new program for the Spring 2021 semester to help students in good academic standing, but who are facing financial difficulties. The Panther Balance Forgiveness Grant Initiative, a one-time program, will allow students to enroll for the Spring 2021 semester even if they have a previous balance from the Fall or …

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#MCTeaching&LearningSince1924 is part of an ongoing series…

#MCTeaching&LearningSince1924 is part of an ongoing series about how teaching and learning are taking place at Morton College during the pandemic. Responses are edited for clarity and length. Business Technologies Department chair and instructor Dr. Brian Gilligan shares how he’s adapting to teaching online classes at Morton College. This is his 13th year teaching at …

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#MCTeaching&LearningSince1924 is part of an ongoing series…

#MCTeaching&LearningSince1924 is part of an ongoing series about how teaching and learning are taking place at Morton College during the pandemic. Responses are edited for clarity and length. Speech communication instructor Jason Edgar shares how he’s adapting to teaching online classes at Morton College. This is his third year teaching at Morton College and 16th …

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Grant story CURES

Morton College’s Adult Education Department plans on using a $28,000 grant to provide technology services in assisting English as a Second Language and High School Equivalency students affected by the pandemic reduce barriers to remote learning. Funding came from the federal CURES Act through a partnership with the Illinois Community College Board and the Illinois …

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Morton College Introduces Panther Balance Forgiveness Grant

(Cicero, IL) Morton College is introducing a new program for the Spring 2021 semester to help students in good academic standing, but are facing financial difficulties.  The Panther Balance Forgiveness Grant Initiative, a one-time program, will allow students to enroll for the Spring 2021 semester even if they have a previous balance from the Fall …

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#MCTeaching&LearningSince1924 is part of an ongoing series…

#MCTeaching&LearningSince1924 is part of an ongoing series about how teaching and learning are taking place at Morton College during the pandemic. Responses are edited for clarity and length. Nursing instructor Julianne Herrmann shares how she’s adapting to teaching online classes at Morton College. This is her ninth year teaching at Morton College and ninth overall …

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#MCTeaching&LearningSince1924 is part of an ongoing series…

#MCTeaching&LearningSince1924 is part of an ongoing series about how teaching and learning are taking place at Morton College during the pandemic. Responses are edited for clarity and length. Mathematics instructor Ryan Tomchek shares how he’s adapting to teaching online classes at Morton College. This is his second year at Morton College and 10th overall in …

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#MCTeaching&LearningSince1924 is part of an ongoing series…

#MCTeaching&LearningSince1924 is part of an ongoing series about how teaching and learning are taking place at Morton College during the pandemic. Responses are edited for clarity and length. English instructor Nicole Selvaggio shares how she’s adapting to teaching online classes at Morton College. This is her fourth year teaching at Morton College and 10th overall …

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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 Colleges and Universities’ second cohort of its Leadership Academy/ La Academia de Liderazgo.  The program is designed to increase diverse representation in executive and senior-level positions in higher education. HACU announced the names of the fellows today, …

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