Flights of Fancy features
dazzling mega kite displays by
the Kansas City Kite Club on
the picturesque lawn of the
MCC-Longviewcampus. It is
the only event of its kind in the
region. Throughout Kansas City,
individuals and families alike
are making MCC-Longview
Flights of Fancy "a definite" on
their Spring calendar.
Metropolitan Community College-Longview (MCC-Longview) was founded in 1969 on the scenic and historic R.A. Long Farm on the southeast side of Lee’s Summit, Missouri. MCC-Longview has established a record of success in academics and athletics as well as in service to the surrounding community. In 2001, MCC-Longview was selected as the first community college to be nationally recognized as “College of the Year” by TIME magazine.
Each year, more than 11,000 credit students and 2,000 noncredit students choose MCC-Longview because of its quality programs, student-centered faculty, and affordable tuition. MCC-Longview’s academic programs, student organizations, and sports teams have repeatedly received regional and national recognition. MCC-Longview is proud to offer numerous community events and festivals each year with the support of the local community and businesses. For more information about MCC-Longview, visit www.mcckc.edu/Longview.
Metropolitan Community College
MCC-Longview is part of the Kansas City’s five campus Metropolitan Community College (MCC) system. MCC – with its Blue River, Longview, Maple Woods, Penn Valley, and Business & Technology campuses – serves 46,000 students annually through credit and noncredit courses and business services. MCC began in 1915 as the Kansas City Polytechnic Institute and enrolled 125 students the first semester. Today, MCC is one of the largest higher education institution in the metropolitan area. For more information about MCC, please visit www.mcckc.edu.