Please check back periodically for updates to the below information.
Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, MCC's campus is CLOSED to students currently. However, most services are still available by email and phone. Please see below for further information regarding specific points of contact:
If you are inquiring about registering for prereqs or coreqs, have questions about an application, questions about CEP, or any general advising questions please contact either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
CEP APPLICATIONS UPDATE
ATTENTION: Due to the COVID-19 situation the CEP application period has been changed please see updates below:
For the CEP intake period Friday, May 1st, 2020 – Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020:
- All advisors (Maricopa and university) will have until 6/18/20 to input/update CEP applications.
- Directors will meet the week of 6/22/20 to sort, review, and place CEP students.
- The first email acceptance letters will go out the week of 6/22/20 and emails will continue to be sent until all seats are filled. This can take a few weeks!
- An email to those not placed will go out no later than the week of July 16, 2020.
Please keep in mind that during the time email notifications are being sent for students to accept or decline, there may be several mailings so please be patient while all seats are being filled. Dates may fluctuate slightly due to unforeseen circumstances.
Advising & Information Sessions Schedule
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Nursing Refresher Information Sessions
Paramedic to RN Information Sessions
Interested students should attend one of the sessions specific to the Paramedic to RN Bridge Program. No Appointment is needed. Sessions will cover in-depth information related to the enrollment and the instructor is available to answer any questions.
Advising Hours are suspended until further notice.
Contact a nursing advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow 48-72 hours or up to one week during high activity, for a response to email or phone inquiries.
Southern & Dobson Campus
Our main campus is located at Southern & Dobson in Mesa, offering the benefit of a full-service campus.
Students who complete the nursing program of study achieve an Associate of Arts in Applied Science (AAS) degree, and are well prepared to take the National Council for Licensure Examination Registered Nurse exam, referred to as the NCEX-RN. Our graduates have had a long history of passing the NCLEX-RN exam on the first attempt at a percentage higher than the national average.