Links & Resources

Mental Health

Crisis Response

Soley for non-life-threatening urgent counseling support - call the Counseling Front Office at (480) 461-7588 or (480) 461-7587 AND be sure to state "Urgent Counseling Request" Monday through Thursday, 8am - 6pm; Friday, 8am - 4pm.
After hours - MCC Campus Police (480) 461-7046; MCCCD Emergency (480) 784-0911

Time & Stress Management

Finding it hard to juggle school, work, family and play.....and keep the stress level in balance?

  • Study Skills - A great collection of resources compiled by the Learning Enhancement Center.
  • Mind Tools gives great tips for study and test taking.
  • Health Central provides internet links to a wide variety of health topics including stress management

Career Information

  • Occupational Outlook Handout - information for hundreds of types of jobs: training and education needed, expected job prospects, what workers do, and working conditions.
  • America's Career Infonet provides a comprehensive source of occupational information including outlooks, wages and trends by state.
  • Mesa College Career Services can help research a career or find a job using the Maricopa Recruiter

Self Assessment

Evaluate or re-evaluate your interests, values, skills, goals & personality type.

  • Help Yourself is written by counseling professionals especially for college students on specific topics. Sponsored by The American College Personnel Association
  • Arizona Self-Help - Self-assess your interests, abilities and work values, then look at career information to find careers that could be a good fit for you.
  • The Keirsey Temperament Sorter -- On line personality questionnaire. Multiple language versions

Basic Needs and Community Resources

MCC Basic Needs Resources List

Learning Disabilities Information

  • Arizona Self Help - A directory of resources and programs for persons with disabilities.
  • HHH Disability Services - Information about books, pamphlets, magazines, newsletters, videos, databases, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, telephone hotlines and online services that provide free, inexpensive or hard-to-find information to help people with disabilities live independently
  • CHADD - Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder CHADD is a nonprofit parent-based organization formed to better the lives of individuals with attention deficit disorders and those who care for them.

Access To College Catalogs In United States

  • College Source is a good tool for checking college programs offered in the United States.

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