Don’t forget, your professors can be your single greatest resource. Ask questions and participate in discussions online or in person, they are there to help. Specialized Support Services
The HelpCenter lives up to our name literally. Whether you need help with technology or a class, dedicated HelpCenter employees are here to solve your problems. Searching for your grade or course materials? Follow the Canvas link. Stumped on how to use a projector or how to connect your laptop to a TV? The Media and Classroom support link can teach you how. Need to connect your laptop to the internet? The Policies and Procedures link will instruct you on what to do. If all else fails, come visit us in the breezeway of AS4 or call us at (480) 461 7217. We are available Monday through Saturday to help you with your problems.
Tutoring services and computer labs are available at the Learning Enhancement Center. For more information, contact the Center at 480-461-7678 or online. The Center is located at the Paul A. Elsner Library.
Did you know that online tutoring is available? Go to the Learning Enhancement Center website and review the online tutoring services available.
The Disabilities Resources and Services office is available for all student requiring special accommodation. Visit their website to learn more.
Veteran Services offers enrollment, tutoring, counseling and support services to all active duty, reserve and discharged military students. Visit their website for more details.
Writing coaches are available for any writing assignments. The Writing Center is located on the ground floor of the library. For more information, call 480-461-7513 or visit their website.
Doing some research? Go to the Library website for a wide range of resources and services. Click on Online Students for information related to writing formats and other information.
Mesa Community College is committed to the success of all our students. Numerous campus support services are available throughout your academic journey to assist you in achieving your educational goals. MCC has adopted an Early Alert Referral System - EARS - as part of a student success initiative to aid students in their educational pursuits. Faculty and Staff participate by alerting and referring students to campus services for added support. Students may receive a follow up call from various campus services as a result of being referred to EARS. Students are encouraged to participate, but these services are optional. Visit the EARS website with Campus Resource Information or as a link on MyMCC.
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