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Spring Flex-Start 2022

Classes Started January 15, 2022

Couldn't make it to the first week of classes? No problem. MCC offers almost 600 Spring Flex Start classes that start on various dates throughout the semester.

Spring Flex Start 2022 Classes

Registering for College

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Have a question? We’ve got answers! Use the button below to chat online with MCC staff.


Virtual Student Services

We've gone virtual to keep you safe. Services available online include financial aid, testing, paying for college, transcript requests, and more!

Virtual Student Services

New to MCC?

If this is your first time enrolling in college, let MCC get you started!

Apply for Admissions

Continuing with MCC?

If you have attended MCC within the past 3 semesters, note that we offer new online and on-campus class formats.

Find out more from your academic advisor.

Academic Advisement

Has it been awhile?

If you are a transfer student new to MCC or have not attended MCC within the past three semesters,
a lot has changed.

Complete or update your admissions application and plan to speak to an Academic Advisor for guidance with your schedule.

Apply for Admissions

Still in High School?

MCC welcomes all students! If you are still in high school, part of our home school community, or under the age of 18, you'll want to check out our exciting Early College opportunities!

Early College Programs

Mesa Community College President Search

Dr. Steven R. Gonzales, Interim Chancellor of the Maricopa County Community College District, has announced the search for a new President of Mesa Community College has begun. The schedule calls for the new President to be selected in May 2022. The Chancellor has hired Academic Search, a national search firm specializing in higher education, to assist with the presidential search process.

MCC President Search Details

Programs & Degrees

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Whether you’re interested in an associate’s degree, a certificate in your field, transferring to a four-year university, or you just want to take some classes for your own personal satisfaction, Mesa Community College has a program to suit your personal goals.

Programs by Name Degrees & Certificates Fields of Interest Career & Technical Education

Not Sure What You Want to Study?

Career Coach

You can discover majors and in-demand careers based on your interests by using Career Coach. This quick assessment helps you explore potential future jobs, which helps guide your educational journey.

Fields of Interest

Maricopa Community Colleges has organized the following Fields of Interest to help you clarify in which career path you are interested pursuing. Simply select a Field of Interest to explore the degree and certificate options available in your chosen field. Every Field of Interest represents a community of students, faculty, and staff who will share with you the information, assistance, and encouragement you need to find success.

Programs by Name

Resources for Students

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Looking for quick access to student resources here at Mesa Community College? Either click one of the buttons or choose from the listings below.

Virtual Student Resources

Thank you for your interest in Mesa Community College. Our Enrollment Services are committed to providing our Thunderbirds with the virtual support they need to enroll for college.

All of Mesa’s team members are diligently working to assist you both in-person and remotely. We are committed to providing you the same services in person, via chat, via phone, or via e-mail (during regular business hours).

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Financial Aid

FAFSA, scholarships, grants, and loans – we'll help you pay for college.

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Cashier Services

Online assistance from Student Business Services for things like payment options and the tuition payment plan.

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The Learning Enhancement Center continues tutoring students.

All Student Resources

Spring 2022 COVID-19 Updates

Masks required

MCC requires wearing masks when on our campuses. Faculty, staff, students, and visitors must wear facial coverings while indoors at any of our facilities, regardless of vaccination status.

Vaccine requirements

MCC does not require students or employees to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. However, we continue to strongly encourage all students, faculty, and staff to obtain a vaccine. If you have yet to be vaccinated, we encourage you to join the many faculty, staff, and students who have already been vaccinated.

Learn more about receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

In-person classes and services

More than 1,200 in-person classes are offered this spring. In addition, we offer hybrid and online classes to meet your needs.

Student services are available virtually and in our enrollment centers.

COVID-19 Information and Updates