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 at MCC. MakeADiffDay.pdf
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 Holds Open House. virtual.pdf
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. The student credits Ajagbe with inspiring her to continue her education.
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
As the search gears up for replacing Henry Ford Community College President Gail Mee, her current contract guarantees she will receive an extra year’s pay after she finishes her work at the school. Mee is a former MCC employee. Mee to get year’s pay for severance from HFCC - News - Press and Guide.pdf
MCC's Dance program was recognized in the October 2012 edition of the national magazine, Dance Teacher. The article focuses on new dance programs in higher education and talks about the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts degree in dance (AAFA) available at MCC.
“Race to Nowhere” started as a parent movement, but has grown nationwide. It features the stories of children who, “have been pushed to the brink by over-scheduling, over-testing and the relentless pressure to achieve.” Mesa Community College to screen education film 'Race to Nowhere' - East Valley Tribune_ East Valley Education News.pdf