Kansas City lost one of its greatest treasures with the
loss of Malcolm T. Wilson on July 30, 2011. Malcolm’s tenure with the
Metropolitan Community College spanned twenty-five years during which he served
in a number of capacities, including Dean of Student Development at MCC-Penn
Valley, Vice Chancellor for Student Development, Officer Sponsor for District
Workplace Diversity and President of MCC-Blue River.
For fourteen of Malcolm’s years at MCC, he served as the Dean
of Students at the MCC- Penn Valley campus. Affectionately known as “Dean
Wilson,” he touched the lives of countless individuals. We would like for you
to consider being a part of recognizing Malcolm, his exemplary work, and his
commitment to students by making a contribution to the Malcolm T. Wilson
Enrollment Center at MCC-Penn Valley.
The Malcolm T. Wilson Enrollment Center is designed to
serve all of our students’ enrollment needs in one state-of-the-art facility.
This one-stop shop will provide students the guidance they expect and need to
develop and matriculate seamlessly through their academic programs. This
facility will serve as the new front door to MCC-Penn Valley that will solidify
our commitment to the ever-evolving needs of our community. We believe that
naming this facility in honor of Malcolm is the most appropriate way to
preserve his commitment to student success.
MCC’s goal is to raise $200,000 in order to memorialize Malcolm’s commitment to students. Please consider supporting Malcolm T. Wilson Enrollment Center. We would greatly appreciate your support.