Mesa Community College (MCC) is proud to have over 200 international students representing 48 countries from around the globe! We are here to assist you with all of your immigration, academic, and cultural adjustment needs. Stop by and see us!
The International Student Association was created to encourage and promote goodwill among international students to increase awareness and appreciation of other cultures, and to provide an opportunity to develop lifelong friendships.
ISA recognizes, honors, and learns from students who come from many countries. Activities and events include guest presenters, educational trips, leadership opportunities, social activities, and volunteer efforts.
As a member, you help create the International Student Association. Your support, participation, ideas and suggestions will determine the success of the club. You are encouraged to get involved and become a leader!
To join the ISA, please email Kathleen Lueppker.
The International Orientation Team is a group of F-1 international students that helps the staff in the International Orientation department to run our International Orientation every fall and spring semester. This group of students act as leaders in the F-1 community, and are our friendly welcoming committee! If you would like to join the I-Team, please email
If you are interested in being a part of the I-Team please contact Kathleen Lueppker.
Drop by the IE office to meet the Team. We are located on the Southern & Dobson campus in the NU-6 building.
Join students from your college and other Maricopa Community Colleges and AZ Western College
Transportation, lodging and meals will be provided. Participants will be required to pay a small registration fee of $20, which includes a commemorative event T-shirt. Any Maricopa Community College student in good academic standing with a GPA of 2.0, an open mind, and a willingness to share experiences is eligible to apply. Must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits. The scoring of applications is based on GPA, and the essay that is a part of the application.
All new F-1 students MUST attend the international orientation. Please make sure that you can attend and that you will be in the country by that time, at the latest! You will receive specific information regarding the orientation with your I-20.
Come by the office and get to know us! The International Education office is located on the Southern & Dobson campus in the NU-6 building.
The International Education Department is your home away from home! Want a place to check email and video chat with friends and family back home? No problem!
Want a place to watch a movie or an international soccer game with some friends on a flat screen TV? No problem!
Want a comfortable place to practice your English through the Conversation Partners Program? No problem!
The purpose of this program is to match an American student studying one of MCC's offered foreign language with an international student who is native to that country and would like to improve his/her English. In addition, there will be mutual benefits of cultural understanding.
If you would like to have a conversational partner in one of the following languages, please fill out the Conversation Participant form, sign, and mail it to:
International Education Office - NU-6
Mesa Community College
1833 West Southern Ave
Mesa, AZ 85202
If you prefer, you may come by the Office and drop off your form in person. We are located on the Southern & Dobson campus in the NU-6 building.
Please contact Trini Elsworth by email: email@example.com or by phone at 480-461-7778 if you have questions.
Languages that MCC offers and can be matched:
We will have an IE Student Lounge for your use very soon! We are in the process of developing an area for all of these wonderful activities, stay tuned!!! We're hoping to have everything set up for use during the Spring 2012 semester!
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