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The pups have arrived! MCC's Vet Tech program picked up four dogs today from Maricopa County Animal Care and Control. Students and staff will provide diagnostic...
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Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation has two main scholarship cycles annually: February and September. Foundation Fall 2017 Scholarship Cycle will be...
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Posted on September 24, 2012 by Sally Mesarosh
A degree from a small liberal-arts college can be pricey.
Westminster College of Fulton, Mo., which is opening a branch in Mesa in the next year, can cost more than $15,000 annually. That compares with $2,280 a year for a full schedule at Mesa Community College.
So, four of the liberal-arts colleges that are in the process of opening branch campuses in Mesa have announced that they will each offer two full-tuition scholarships to local students at the start of the next school year.
Arizona Republic. September 24, 2012
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