Program Advising

NursingFire Science/EMTDental HygieneEducation Studies, and Music are advised via their respective departments. For all other programs of study, see options below.

New Student Advising

All new students are highly encouraged to meet with an advisor prior to starting at Mesa Community College. All new-to-college students - students with no prior or university credits - will be required to meet with an Academic Advisor in order to register for classes for most programs of study. You  can fulfill this requirement in two different ways:

  1. Attend a Thunderbird Experience: New Student Advising Session (Southern and Dobson Campus only)

  2. Individually meet with an Academic Advisor by visiting the Enrollment Center (Southern and Dobson Campus) or Enrollment Services (Red Mountain Campus)

Thunderbird Experience: New Student Advising

Available for Southern and Dobson campus students, this is a group advising session that allows you to meet with other students and discuss important aspects of college success. You will be introduced to the programs MCC offers, various resources available to you as a student, discuss important policies, and register for classes with the assistance of an advisor.

Explore upcoming group advising session dates and times for Fall 2016.

You can register for a session offered in the next two weeks by clicking here.

Please ensure you have completed your testing requirements prior to attending a session.

Thunderbird Experience

Continuing Student Advising

Red Mountain Campus

Learn more about academic advising options at the Red Mountain Campus.

Southern & Dobson Campus

Continuing and prospective students may walk-in during posted office hours at the Enrollment Center. Students will not have a scheduled appointment and should expect to wait to be seen in the order ​of their arrival/check-in.

Please note:  We will take the last walk-in student 30 minutes before close of business hours. For quick questions, Quick Advising is open until close of business.

Fall & Spring Hours
Monday through Thursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday closed

Quick Advising

Quick Advising is for students who have a quick question.

It is not designed for students who are on academic probation, need assistance with Satisfactory Progress Appeals,​ a Maximum Time Frame, or want to apply for graduation.​ For these concerns, please come in during regular business hours for In-Person advising.

Fall & Spring Hours
Monday through Thursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday closed

Email Advising

Please provide your student ID number (starts with a "3") and send your questions/concerns from your student email address to receive a reply.​ Due to the nature of email advising and the requirement for confidentiality, we will only respond to emails​ sent from the student's address.

Click here to view the Ask an Academic Advisor via email form

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