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Fort Omaha Campus Tour

Automotive students use the latest technology to find and diagnose problems.

Metro-Illustrative-Site-Plan-AUGUST-27th.jpgThis is what innovation looks like

Metropolitan Community College continues to move forward together with our community partners to expand our facilities and prepare students for the workforce by creating a place where business and education thrive together. These facilities focus on training students for today and tomorrow, providing them with tools for lifelong ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT FOR WORKFORCE AND IT INNOVATION, DEAN INFORMATTION TECHE-LEARNlearning. The Fort Omaha Campus is home to three new academic centers:

  • CAET — Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology
  • CEC — Construction Education Center
  • CASC — Career and Academic Skills Center

Get Involved

Visit the MCC Foundation and learn how you can become a contributing community partner.

For additional information, contact:

Dr. Tom Pensabene
AVP for Workforce and IT Innovation,
Dean of IT E-Learning
531-MCC-2676
tpensabene@mccneb.edu