Update: As of May 24, 2020, the Tribal Council has moved into Phase 3 as part of the reopening process. BMCC is following the guidance set forth by the Tribal Council, and we are opening at limited capacity. Designated staff will be on campus beginning June 1. We will be developing policies and protocols for the safety of all faculty, staff, students, and guests. At this time, the campuses will remain closed to the public but may be available by phone or appointment. We thank you for your patience. A copy of the Phase policy can be found here.
Summer classes will continue online only. Fall classes are still planned as scheduled for on-campus and online instruction.
Family, friends, faculty, staff, and community members gathered for the grand opening of the newly completed administration building on Friday, October 19. President, Michael “Mickey” Parish discussed the collaborative effort that was involved in the planning and building process and thanked those who participated in bringing the vision to life. Bryan Newland, Chair for the BMCC Board of Regents and Chairman of the Bay Mills Indian Community, addressed the attendees with kind words of Mickey’s service and dedication to the College and the community. Bryan announced the name of the building and revealed a plaque to be displayed in the new building; The Michael C. Parish Administration Center. Mickey was surprised and humbled by the honor as the crowd stood in applause. The lower level conference center also received recognition being named Adikameg (Whitefish) Hall, which will host future graduation ceremonies and other events.
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