New Mequon Student Life Coordinator settles in
Rita Wood is the new, exciting Interim Student Coordinator at the Mequon Campus since July 1. A MATC graduate, Rita has two Associates Degrees. She also was a President of our Student Government Organzation. Rita has also earned a Bachelor's degree from Ottawa University and is now in process of completing her Master's degree. She also holds the Advisor position for the American Association of Community College Students www.asacc.org.
Rita holds her position very dear to her heart. Rita expressed that, "Meeting new students, assisting clubs on campus to achieve their goals, is what make the student life grow." She is now active in the Environmental, Information Security and the Horticultural Club.
The students are now preparing to implement a mass variety of diverse clubs that will start this semester, these include Gaming, Black Student Union, Nursing and the Criminal Justice clubs to name just a few. The Mequon Campus is expanding the students involvement in a variety of ways through organizations and events on campus.
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