Academic Advisement

Contact Academic Advisement

Southern & Dobson Campus

Building: 39
P: 480-461-7222   F: 480-461-7858

Red Mountain Campus

Building: RDM-M
P: 480-654-7600   F: 480-654-7379

Hours

Fall & Spring Semesters:

Monday-Friday:
All Day Appointment Advising
8:15am - 5:15pm

Saturday and Sunday:
Closed

Summer Semester:

Mon-Thu: 7 am – 6 pm
Closed Fri, Sat and Sun

General Academic Advising

Enrollment Center (Southern and Dobson Campus) & Mesquite Building (Red Mountain Campus)

New Students receive Academic Advising at the Thunderbird Orientation and Registration session.

Continuing students can choose from the two options below:

Online Advising

Monday-Friday

8:00am - 5:00pm

Make an Appointment

Monday-Friday

8:15AM - 5:15PM

Once you have been admitted to MCC you must meet in person with an academic advisor. We practice a Shared Advising Model which means we offer general advising, support services advising, and specialized advisement for specific departments and support groups. Please contact the areas below if you identify with any of the following groups:

Support Services Department & Program Advising

Support Services Departments Programs of Study
American Indian Institute Dental Hygiene
Athletics Education Studies
Career Services Fire Science/EMT
Disability Resources Services Nursing
Foundations for Student Success Music
Honors  
International Education  
Multicultural Services  
Veterans Services  

What Can an Advisor Help Me With?

Advisors are available to help with a variety of areas to help you be successful as a Mesa Community College student.

Our expert academic advisors can assist you with:

  • Academic Advising Support - Create a success plan to improve your GPA, set goals, and learn about different campus support services
  • Apply for Graduation - Confirm all graduation requirements have been met
  • Consortium Agreements - Confirm course taken will apply to program
  • Create/Update Education Plan - Assistance with course selection
  • Degree Progress Check - Review what requirements need to be met in order to graduate
  • Explore and Select Major/Career Path - Help with picking a program or Field of Interest
  • Maximum Time Frame - Verify what courses need to be taken to fulfill program requirements when doing a Maximum Time Frame Appeal for financial aid
  • New Student Advising - New Students assigned to an Advisor will meet with assigned advisor for the first time to create a personalized plan
  • University Transfer Options - Explore transfer options include MAPPS at ASU, TAPs at NAU, and the U of A Bridget program

For Course Approval for Prerequisite Taken at Another College please submit a pre-requisite override form here. in order to be processed by Admissions and Records.