Campus News

  • Life Skills and Work Skills Academy creating success
    Wanda King, co -owner of Western Sizzlin' Steakhouse in Spruce Pine, shares her support of the Mayland Community College Life Skills and Work Skills Academy programs by employing a graduate from those programs. The Life Skills and Work Skills Academy Programs offer FREE classes to adults with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities or similar barriers. Students participating in these programs are provided with the opportunity to develop and strengthen their independent life skills, employability skills, academic skills, and community involvement.
  • Career and College Promise Program helps high school students earn college credits
    Career and College Promise counselors are available at Mitchell, Avery, and Mountain Heritage High Schools. For more information on how this program benefits students visit
  • Human Services Technology graduates discuss their time at MCC
    Learn more about programs offered at Mayland Community College by visiting
  • Gateways 2017 edition now available
    Submit your artwork, poetry, fiction, essays, and any other creations for the 2018 publication by April 28. Learn more at
  • Weather announcements
    Know where to get the information in the event of inclement weather