Mayors Work to Improve Arizona Dropout Rates, Negative Economic Impacts

In 2012, more than 18,000 students failed to finish high school. That will cost Arizona $7.6 billion over their lifetimes, according to a report by the Arizona Mayor’s Education Roundtable. But if...

Posted on Monday, April 11, 2016 by Sally Mesarosh

MCC's Red Mountain Campus Not Closing Now

Despite a one-two punch of declining enrollment and budget cuts, Mesa Community College has opted not to shutter its Red Mountain campus — for now. Red Mountain.pdf

Posted on Friday, April 8, 2016 by Sally Mesarosh

Westwood High School Informs Students About Hoop of Learning Program

MPS's Westwood High School newletter contained information on MCC's Hoop of Learning Program: Attention Native American students! Would you like to earn college credit for free? Then apply to the Hoop of...

Posted on Thursday, April 7, 2016 by Sally Mesarosh

Fitness: (by Craig Nolan) Why Can't I Lose Weight?

Craig Nolan, a member of the Exercise Science faculty at Mesa Community College, writes about weight loss for InMaricopa publication.Fitness_ Why can’t I lose weight_ _ InMaricopa.pdf Fitness_ Why can’t I...

Posted on Thursday, April 7, 2016 by Sally Mesarosh

What Cities are Doing to Help Students

Article lists a few examples of what Arizona cities and towns are doing to help students in their community. Mesa Counts on College, a partnership between the City of Mesa, Mesa Community College and Mesa...

Posted on Thursday, April 7, 2016 by Sally Mesarosh

Mesa Community College’s new website makes on-campus arts more accessible to the community

Mesa's Economic Reports announces that Mesa Community College (MCC) launched a new website, The Arts at MCC (www.mesacc.edu/arts), to make it easy for members of the community learn about and attend events...

Posted on Thursday, April 7, 2016 by Sally Mesarosh