Advising & Information

Advising & Information Sessions

Information session is cancelled Tuesday, March 5th 2024 and will resume as scheduled on Monday, March 11th 2024.

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 nursing.advising@mesacc.edu

Advising & Information Sessions Schedule (Arizona MST)

Information Session Times/Information session is cancelled Tuesday, March 5th 2024 and will resume as scheduled on Monday, March 11th 2024.

Information Sessions offered every Monday from 4PM to 5PM. Click here to enter Webex meeting.

Information Sessions offered every Tuesday from 10AM-11AM. Click here to enter Webex meeting.

The password for both sessions is Nursing

Fun Facts:

*Students can log in 10 minutes before the meeting starts.

*The meeting will automatically lock after it begins. Please be on time so you don't miss anything!

Nursing Refresher Information Sessions

  • Suspended until further notice.

Paramedic to RN Information

AFTER students have attended an Advising and Information session, they may see a Nursing Advisor for an in person, one-on-one using the code provided in the Information Session. Students MUST have the code to be seen.

Advising Hours: No Appointments, Walk In ONLY (you must have the code from the virtual session above)

  • Wednesdays from 9:00am-4:00 pm. (Closed for lunch 1:00-2:00 pm)
  • Appointments for advanced placement applications (LPN to RN or Paramedic to RN) can be made by directly contacting Tuesdee Pfeiff at tuesdee.pfeiff@mesacc.edu.

Programs Offered

Location

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.

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