Posted on May 16, 2012 by Sally Mesarosh
Albright College will begin offering classes in Mesa, Ariz., this fall, becoming the first out-of-state institution to open its doors as part of the city’s initiative to bring more higher education options to the region.
“We are eager to work with the Mesa Counts on College initiative to bring the unique benefits of an Albright education to the young adults of the region,” McMillan said. “We have also signed an articulation agreement with Maricopa Community Colleges to grant students easier access to the Albright Mesa program.”
For at least 2012-13, Albright-Mesa will be housed in the Mesa Financial Plaza, 1201 South Alma School Road. The program will be moved to the Mesa Center for Higher Education, 245 West Second St., with convenient access to downtown Mesa from Phoenix, Tempe and Scottsdale via highway and light rail, no later than the fall of 2014.
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