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Profiles
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2000s
2000
MCC Foundation purchases (and saves) Billerica's historic Stoker House
Celebrity Forum speaker: Colin Powell
2001
Celebrity Forum speakers: former President George H. Bush and Barbara Bush
Links Program for adult learners launched, funded by MCC/Massachusetts Department of Education
Journalist Ray Suarez and Robert Pinsky, former U.S. Poet Laureate, speak as part of One World
Series
MCC launches MiddleNet, new online registration/enrollment service
2002
Honors Program launched
Six faculty members travel to Cambodia on U.S. State Department
Fulbright-Hays Group Research Project
2003
Middlesex Meetinghouse restored and opened near Bedford Campus
MCC Leadership Management Institute launched
Middlesex & Salem State College partner to offer bachelor's degree-completion programs
Author Frank McCourt speaks as part of One World Series
2004
Grand Opening of Federal Building on Lowell campus
Lowell Police Academy moves to Lowell campus
2005
Central Administration Building on Bedford campus dedicated to Robert Cataldo
MCC Program on Homeland Security established
2006
MCC Foundation Annual Fund launched
MCC/Lahey Clinic Nursing Partnership Program begins
2007
Federal Building dedicated to Congressman F. Bradford Morse
Paul H. Sullivan Leadership Institute established
Center for Community Engagement opens
MCC selected to AAC&U's Core Commitments Leadership Consortium
2008
Boston & Maine Railroad Depot building in Lowell acquired
Lowell's Derby Park Culture Garden dedicated
Veterans Resource Center established
Celebrity Forum 10th anniversary speaker: comedian Jay Leno
2009
MCC Fitness Trail opens (connects to state-wide trail system)
Weekend College begins
International peace activist Padraig O'Malley speaks at MCC
Enrollment increases 24 percent over previous year
MCC students named national champions in Federal Reserve's FedChallenge Competition (second
year in a row)
2010
Middlesex turns 40 and celebrates with a Grand Gala, Parades and Special Events
MCC's Transition Program celebrates its 25th anniversary
Middlesex named a Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs