The MesaCC Legend reports on MCC receiving a Title V Federal Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program grant of $3 million over the next five years. Diversity and student success project receives $3 million grant – MesaCC Legend.pdf
Azfamily.com reports on MCC archaeology students finding 1000-year-old artifacts during an excavation in the Mesa Cemetary. College students uncovering 1,000-year-old artifacts in Mesa _ Arizona News _ azfamily.com_.pdf Note: MCC faculty Kirk Costion was interviewed for this story.
The State Press reports on Mesa Community College teaming up with Arizona State University and ROLFS Salon to develop a new beauty and wellness degree program. statepress.com-ASU partners to develop beauty and wellness degree program.pdf
The Mesa Legend reports on the mail-in ballot system in Arizona. Arizona is prepared to handle mail-in ballots – MesaCC Legend.pdf Note: MCC professor Dr. Brian Dille is referenced in this article.
Arizona Commerce Authority Announces Plan To Train and Certify 5,000 Arizona students For Cloud Careers by June 2022Published Thursday, October 29, 2020
Azcommerce.com reports on the Arizona Commerce Authority's latest initiative to increase access to cloud computing education in schools including Mesa Community College. azcommerce.com-Arizona Commerce Authority Announces Plan To Train And Certify 5000 Arizona Students For Cloud Career.pdf
The Mesa Legend reports on the Gilbert Town Council's new Business Resiliency Assistance contract created in collaboration with Mesa Community College and Gilbert Community College. Mesa Community College and Gilbert partner for COVID-19 grants in 2021 – MesaCC Legend.pdf
Insidehired.com reports on the challenges college presidents have faced in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Temporary college presidents face unique challenges leading through pandemic.pdf Note: MCC Interim President Dr. Lori Berquam is quoted in this article.
Behindthechair.com reports on the new Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Beauty and Wellness offered at Mesa Community College. behindthechair.com-Salon Pros Earn A First-Ever College Degree In Wellness amp Beauty (1).pdf
ROLFS Global CEO Francis Tesmer Announces First-Ever Higher Education Degree Pathway for Beauty ProfessionalsPublished Monday, October 26, 2020
Salontoday.com reports on the new Associate in Applied Science in Beauty and Wellness program offered by Mesa Community College, Arizona State University and ROLFS Global. ROLFS Global CEO Francis Tesmer Announces First-Ever Higher Education Degree Pathway for Beauty Professionals - News - Salon Today.pdf
Beautypackaging.com reports on the new Associate in Applied Science in Beauty and Wellness program offered at MCC. ROLFS Global Founder Develops Higher-Education Program For Beauty Professionals - Beauty Packaging.pdf