Thanks to all who came to MCC's Performing Arts Center Grand Opening today! @MesaMayorOffice @MesaDistrict3 #mesa http://t.co/traxTuK7rB
RT @KerryLengel: Mesa Community College's @mesacc new Performing Arts Center opens this weekend. Details: http://t.co/qBg4G5zntE
Today City of Mesa Mayor John Giles joined MCC officials to cut the ribbon on MCC's new Performing Arts Center, followed by entertainment by MCC students....
This discussion is open to the public and explores how teaching and learning has been impacted by the Internet, online classes and smart phones. Oct. 28...
Posted on January 28, 2014 by Sally Mesarosh
Mesa Community College and Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) in Branchburg are two of seven community colleges nationally that has been awarded a Service Learning grant from the New York-based Teagle Foundation. The three-year, $8,500 annual grant will enable seven community colleges to work together on a national project, “Student Learning for Civic Capacity: Stimulating Moral, Ethical, and Civic Engagement for Learning that Lasts.”
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