The MCC Difference
Mesa Community College offers an affordable, first-rate education, whether you plan to pursue a bachelor’s degree, train for a technical career, take classes to upgrade job skills or for personal enrichment.
MCC creates a welcoming and safe environment that ensures all students and employees have the support and knowledge to succeed. MCC is a Hispanic Serving Institution. Half of MCC students (50%) identify as students of color and almost half (49%) are first-generation college students. MCC also serves 170+ international students representing over 50 countries.Become a Student Request Information
Explore Our Programs
More than 300 Programs, Degrees, and Certificates
MCC offers you a wide range of academic choices. But just as importantly, we constantly refine and improve our course content to ensure you are prepared to move forward in today’s ever-evolving, competitive global economy.
Explore our Campuses
See what our campuses have to offer. Either schedule a time to take a tour in person or watch one of the videos below.Schedule a Tour
Southern & Dobson Campus Tour
Red Mountain Campus Tour
Take Your Next Step with MCC
Students are drawn to MCC for a number of reasons. But it’s the quality of our instruction that makes MCC a true value—and the best college experience no matter where you’re starting from or where you’re headed.
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Paying for College
ScholarshipsScholarships are a gift – they do not need to be paid back.
GrantsGrants are free aid you do not have to pay back.
Presidents’ Honor ScholarshipFunds covering in-county tuition up to 15-credit hours plus registration fees for four consecutive semesters are available to recent Maricopa County high school graduates with a minimum 3.0 GPA plus qualifying placement test scores.
Honors Achievement AwardAfter completing 12 credits (100+ level classes) at MCC, with a 3.25 GPA or better, plus other requirements, you may be eligible for an award of up to $500 per semester.
Assets to OpportunitySave money in an ATO and you will be matched with $8 for every dollar you save, up to $500.
Mesa College PromiseFor graduating Mesa high school seniors who qualify for FAFSA and other scholarships but not enough to cover all tuition and fees. Must demonstrate financial need and meet other criteria.
Student LoansLoans are a form of aid that must be repaid, with interest.
Work StudyWork study is self-help aid in the form of an on-campus job.
Grants, work study, scholarships and loans require you to fill out and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Financial aid based on FAFSA can take six weeks or longer. If you don’t receive funds when tuition is due, you need to sign up for a payment plan to avoid being dropped from classes. Check for funding in your Student Center at redirect.maricopa.edu/student-center.