Steps to Graduation

Contact Admissions & Records

Southern & Dobson Campus

Building: 39
P: 480-461-7600   F: 480-844-3117

Red Mountain Campus

Building: RDM-M
P: 480-654-7600   F: 480-654-7379

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MCC is offering student services remotely via email, chat, and phone.

Fall & Spring Semesters:
Mon-Thu: 8 am – 6 pm
Fri: 10 am – 5 pm
Closed Sat and Sun

Summer Semester:
Mon-Thu: 8 am – 6 pm
Closed Fri, Sat and Sun

Campuses are open for limited in-person classes and appointments

Congratulations!

The big day is drawing near. There are a few steps to take so you can graduate on time and participate in the commencement ceremony.

Application Deadlines:

  • Spring 2021 - March 1
  • Summer 2021 - June 1
  • Fall 2021- November 1

*Winter Intersession courses will be counted toward the spring graduation cycle.

Step 1 - Prepare Your Application

Review Application Eligibility Requirements.

Click here to fill out the graduation application (fillable PDF)

Insert program code on your application.

Complete the graduate exit survey and submit your confirmation number on the application.

Send your application to an Academic Advisor for review. You can email sa-onlineadvisors@mesacc.edu or make an appointment at mesacc.edu/advising.

Step 2 - Submit Your Application

Upload your application online with the checksheet provided to you by your advisor.

Applicants will receive a status notification in the mail from the Enrollment Services office.

Degrees and certificates will be mailed to the applicant's address on record and a confirmation will be sent to your Maricopa student email. Addresses can be verified at My.Maricopa.edu.

All outstanding balances owed to MCC must be paid before submitting your application.

Order your cap and gown here. MCC will provide a diploma cover and any honor cords (if applicable).

Applicants who are not eligible for a degree/certificate are required to re-apply when all coursework is completed. Our goal is to award and mail all degrees/certificates within sixty days from the end of the semester. Please understand this is not a hard deadline but a general timeline. Congratulations!