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Academics at Three Rivers
Our Learning Community
Three Rivers Community College strives to meet the diverse educational needs of the community by creating a dynamic academic environment that stimulates learning in, and beyond, the classroom.
Knowing that the educational goals of our students are as diverse as their backgrounds, Three Rivers provides a broad range of credit and non-credit liberal arts and sciences, career, technical, associate degree and certificate programs.
In fulfilling its mission, Three Rivers Community College assists all learners in developing a greater capacity for critical thinking, an appreciation of the sciences and humanities, the ability to communicate effectively, and a better understanding of the technological nature of modern society.
Please use the links on this page to find out more about the degree and certificate programs offered at Three Rivers Community College.
Business - Ed Muenzner, Chair
English - Marcie Burch, Chair
Humanities - Terrence Delaney, Chair
Mathematics - Larisa Alikhanova, Chair
Nursing and Allied Health - Edith Ouellet, Director
Science - Leslie Samuelson, Chair
Social Science - Dov Kugelmass, Chair
Technologies - Allan Anderson, Chair
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