College Corner

KINGMAN - The Mohave Community College Computer Club will hold an old computer and electronic equipment recycling drive from 8 a.m. to noon Oct. 25 on the Kingman campus. The drop-off point is the computer lab parking lot. All types of computer-related equipment are welcome, including computers, monitors and PC accessories. Small household appliances and televisions cannot be accepted. All donations are tax-deductible, and receipts will be available. The collected material will be trucked to Westech Recyclers of Phoenix, which donates 2 cents per pound back to MC4 for use toward club projects. More than 16,000 pounds of equipment was collected last year.

MC4 will also hold a local area network computer gaming competition between Henry Campus in Bullhead City and Neal Campus in Kingman on the same day at 5 p.m. in the computer labs. The featured games will be "Halo," "Unreal Tournament" and "Battlefield 2." Those taking part can bring their own XBox systems or computers to compete with the other players or use the college-owned computers in the computer labs. Participants under 18 years old need a signed parental permission slip, which may be obtained online at www.mohave.edu/pages/1128.asp. Entry fee is $6 a person to go toward pizza and drinks, or if a gamer brings two cans of food for the local food banks, the pizza and drinks are free. For more information about the club or events, contact MC4 co-adviser Andra Goldberg at (928) 692-3015 or e-mail her at agoldberg@mohave.edu.

KINGMAN - The Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education has honored Mohave Community College's dual-enrollment program. The program was awarded as one of the state's most outstanding efforts to guide and support youth through the transition to postsecondary education, a MCC release stated. High school juniors and seniors in Mohave County have the opportunity this spring to participate in the dual-enrollment program at MCC. Enrollment will be conducted at the high schools prior to the Christmas break. The program began in the spring of 2004 with 26 students, and this fall has 1,224 students. It allows academically qualified high school juniors and seniors to earn free college credits for courses that meet the standards of introductory college and advanced high school curricula. For more information and a complete list of available classes, students and parents should contact the advisor at the high school the student attends.