If you are planning to transfer to one of our state universities please check out MCC's website on transfer information. We have some awesome partnerships....
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Our Tuesday classes are off and running. If you need a late start class please be sure to see our class schedule. We have classes that start at different...
The PIRC is a resource for students registered for psychology classes at MCC. Please come by and check it out. We have computers, tutors and more! https://www.mesacc.edu/departments/psychological-science/psychology-instructional-resource-center-pirc
Welcome to MCC! We hope you enjoyed your summer. We are very excited in the Psychological Science Department to have you on campus. Please come check out...
Good luck on finals this week. If you need help choosing the right music while studying here is an interesting article.
In Spring 2012, our department formed a faculty group to explore student needs related to success and persistence. We concluded that self-efficacy/regulatory behaviors contribute significantly to student success and persistence. The focus, thus far, has been on PSY 101 students.
Our goal is to: 1) develop an unobtrusive, yet valid and reliable method, of identifying students who are challenged in the areas of self-regulation and self-efficacy, and 2) provide meaningful support for these students.
Select the image to expand and learn more about this initiative and how it will benefit students, across all of their college courses and beyond.
Central to this initiative--a survey that can be used to identify and open dialogue with PSY 101 students whose survey responses suggest a lack of self-efficacy and self-regulation. Instructors who will be administering the survey to their PSY 101 classes will need the Survey Administration Guide and the Self-Efficacy/Regulation Survey.
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