Students are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor in our office, Building #38.
Visit the Academic Advisement website.
Whether you’re new to Mesa Community College or you’ve taken classes here before, preparing for college can be challenging, even confusing at times. That’s why we created this handy checklist. It’ll show you exactly what you need to do, provide you with critical information, and keep track of your progress as you go.
The MCC English department, in addition to its regular courses, also offers English classes for students whose primary language is other than English.
After taking the CELSA language placement test, students are advised about appropriate classes and program options. MCC's regular ESL program offers a variety of semester long (16-week) ESL classes at five different language levels for beginning, intermediate, and advanced students as well as an Intensive English program (8-week sessions) which meets five days a week.
Visit the English Department website.
Mesa Community College (MCC) is proud to have over 200 international students representing 48 countries from around the globe! We hope you will decide that MCC is the right place for you!
Visit the International Education website.
The Office was established to address and meet the needs of ethnic minority under-represented students. Staff members are committed to providing support services for all prospective and continuing students in the process of college, personal and career success.
Visit the Multicultural Services website.
Mesa Community College welcomes you and your family to visit our campus and learn about the many excellent programs and services available to our students. During the tour, you will have the opportunity to learn about our excellent programs and services, and get a glimpse of why 25,000+ students have made MCC their choice for higher education.
Visit the Campus Tours website.
Achieving a College Education is MCC's scholarship program designed to improve access to higher education and improve success once enrolled in college. Our goal is to support underrepresented high school students in completing a college education by facilitating their transition from high school to the community college and the university or the completion their educational goals.
Visit the Achieving a College Education (ACE) website.