Advising & Information

Begin your nursing pathway at MCC by attending a mandatory group advisement session.  Learn about what is required to apply to the Nurse Assisting (NA), Registered Nurse (RN), and Concurrent Enrollment Programs (CEP).

Advising & Information Sessions

Information Sessions

No appointment necessary - Information Sessions are held three times every week at the Southern and Dobson location.  Sessions take about 45 minutes to an hour.

Please be advised that students must show up on time (5-10 minutes early is preferred) in order to attend.

Students are required to attend one of these sessions which provide in-depth information, enrollment guidance, and academic advising on the Nursing program.

Advising & Information Sessions Schedule

Information Sessions Times             

Nursing Refresher Advising Session

Paramedic to RN Information Sessions

CEP Information Session             

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.


Students who have attended an Advising and Information session may see a Nursing Advisor one-on-one using the code provided in the Information Session.

Advising Hours:

  • Tuesdays from 11:00am-4:45pm
  • Thursdays from 8:30am-4:45pm

Contact a Nursing Advisor at Please allow up to one week for a response for all email or phone inquiries.


Completed applications may be submitted Monday-Thursday from 8:30am-4:30pm year round.

Programs Offered


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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