At this point, it’s important to connect with an academic advisor. Together, you’ll discuss your education goals and explore the options available to you at MCC. You’ll choose a program of study, determine what classes to take, and find the campus resources you need. In short, you and your advisor will chart a course for academic success.
All new-to-college students – students with no prior or university credits – are highly encouraged to attend the New to College Advisement Session. For session dates, times, and locations, call 480-461-7222.
Click the button below to learn more about advising and to connect with an academic advisor. When you’ve arranged for advisement, return to this page and proceed to the next step.
Please note that there are special advising instructions for certain programs, for athletes, and for international students. Click on an option below to see these instructions.
Students interested in any nursing program are required to attend an information session which provides in-depth information, enrollment guidance, and academic advising on the Nursing program. Only students who attend an Advising & Information session may see a Nursing Advisor one on one. Please visit the Nursing website for more information about these sessions.
Students interested in Music programs should contact the Music Department.
Students interested in Applied Sciences programs should contact the Applied Sciences & Technology Department.
Students interested in the Networking & Security program or the Network Academy should contact the Networking & Security Program Director.
All Athletic Students should contact a Student Support representative for athletic advising assistance.
The Office of International Education has been established to assist you in complying with all federal regulations. Keep in mind, however, that it is your personal responsibility to see that you comply with all regulations. Please call the International Education Office 480-461-7758 or International Admissions 480-461-7600 whenever you have questions related to immigration regulations.
Assistance for students who are veterans is available from Veteran Services.
The American Indian Institute is available to assist you with the advisement process.
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