Media Coverage

Could Your Prof Be a Zombie?

Published Wednesday, October 31, 2012

How would a Zombie Apocolypse impact our global economy?Scott Gustafson is convinced it would, however that’s not why he’s thinking about it. An Economics teacher at Mesa Community College, Gustafson can’t help but be aware of his students’ latest crazes, in this case a seeming fascination with the living dead. Could your prof be a zombie_ _ Wrangler News.pdf

College Pilot Program for Prep Dropouts Deserves Support

Published Tuesday, October 30, 2012

The Southeast Valley is most fortunate to be a beneficiary of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. With the help of the Gates’ $3 million grant, the program known as Mesa Counts on College is trying to persuade young adults who have dropped out of school to go back and complete their education. Mesa Countsl.pdf

Community College Transfer Program Helps Students Get Their 4-Year Degree (Channel 15 Video)

Published Tuesday, October 30, 2012

If you see a four-year degree in your future, MCCCD has transfer agreements with public and private colleges and universities that enable seamless transitions to four-year institutions. Read more:

Creativity Still Key as Smith Approaches 2nd Mayoral Term

Published Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Pat Esparza, partnership programs coordinator for Mesa Community College, has lived in the city most of her life; she was asked to serve on the mayor's group of advisors for Mesa Mayor's 2008 campaign. Esparza comments on Smith. Creativity still key as Smith approaches 2nd Mesa mayoral term - East Valley Tribune_ Mesa.pdf

Make a Difference Day

Published Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Make a difference day at MCC. MakeADiffDay.pdf

Food Day is Today

Published Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Coverage of Food Day at Rio, in partnership with MCC. Food Day 2012 is Today_ Why You Should Care and What's Happening in Metro Phoenix - Phoenix - Restaurants and Dining - Chow Bella.pdf

MCC Virtual Incident Command Center Open House

Published Friday, October 19, 2012

MCC Virtual Incident Command Center Holds Open House. virtual.pdf

Documentary at MCC Spurs Dialogue on School Stress, Over-Testing of Kids

Published Friday, October 19, 2012

Students, teachers, professors, administrators and parents came together Tuesday night at Mesa Community College to view a 2009 documentary on the stress and over-testing of K-12 students and participate in a panel discussion on the issues that schools, students and families face. Documentary at MCC spurs dialogue on school stress, over-testing of kids - East Valley Tribune_ East Valley Education News.pdf

MCC's Sylvester Ajagbe is Eden Jarman's One Professor

Published Wednesday, October 17, 2012

MCC's Sylvester Ajagbe is Eden Jarman's One Professor. The student credits Ajagbe with inspiring her to continue her education.

MCC Player Arrested in Homecoming Assault on Coach

Published Tuesday, October 16, 2012

A Mesa Community College football player was arrested Saturday on charges he assaulted a coach after Saturday's homecoming game against Snow College. MCC player arrested in homecoming assault on football coach.pdf